(Local??) Quest Bars?
1st support group/seminar - 8/03 (has it been that long?)
Wife's DS - 5/05 w Dr. Robert Rabkin VSG on 5/9/11 by Dr. John Rabkin
HW: 249 SW: 229 GW: 149 Age: 63 - Body by Sauceda - 12/2011
on 3/31/14 4:09 am
Most GNC stores sell them, but they can be expensive.
If you look online you can find websites that are much cheaper, even with delivery included.
I regularly look for online sites that offer the best value; you can try here: http://www.healthynotion.com/quest-bars/
on 5/14/14 2:55 am
I buy mine online as I found the pricing in store is too expensive for me.
Best price I have found is via: www.healthynotion.com
Go to http://www.questproteinbar.com/ and put in your location to see the stores near you that sell them. I order from Quest because the boxes and bars (and carb-free pasta) are the best price and they always include a free sample bar or two. Plus, there are tons of free shipping codes online that will work. Try ONAQUEST or HERO for free shipping. If you order 12 or 6 single bars, you get a discount price.
GNC by me carries them in a variety of flavors-however,they are always a bit melted or old tasting. In my opinion, order directly from Quest for the freshest bars. I don't think other stores know how to keep them fresh.
Our Smoothie King sells them and they have almost all of the flavors that you can buy individually. It's pricier but it keeps me from stocking up and having too many around. I use them when I'm working and don't want to start them as a habit.