Clak Cereal Bars 6 x 21 g - Mixed Berries

Ref :
Users reviews
1 / 5 1 rating
Key feature
You can open this cereal bar with just one hand, making it perfect for your bike rides.
£13.41 / Kg


Approved by
The Aptonia cereal bar has been approved by our dietician and panel of testers.
All Aptonia products are tested at each stage of their development by our technical partners and by consumers in order to best meet their needs.
Designed to :
providing energy during medium-intensity exercise.


Storage Tips
Store in a cool, dry place.
Drink plenty of fluids.

Additional information

Nutritional values: 100 g | 21 g
Energy: 388 kcal - 1637 kJ | 81 kcal - 343 kJ Fat: 6.8 g | 1.4 g of which saturates: 3 g | 0.6 g Carbohydrates: 74.0 g | 16.0 g of which sugars: 28.0 g | 5.8 g Protein: 5.2 g | 1.1 g Dietary fibre: 4.2 g | 0.9 g Salt: 0.48 g | 0.10 g
Vitamin B1: 100 g | 21 g *% of the Reference Daily Intakes
0.79 mg (71%)* | 0.17 mg (15%)*
Recommendations for use
Eat one bar for the desired effect. Drink regularly. As well as doing physical activity, it is important to eat a varied and balanced diet and to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Made in Spain

Products benefits

Energy values
88 kcal and 16 g of carbohydrates per bar.
Vitamin and mineral content
Vitamin B1 helps normal energy metabolism.
Easy opening / closing
The CLAK system makes the cereal bar easier to open.
Easy transport
Can be stored in your pocket.

Users reviews

Distribution of ratings
  • Man
    40-49 years old
    09 September 2016
    Use since 1 week or less
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Warning: contains glucose fructose syrup

    I wouldn't touch these with a disinfected barge pole. Contains glucose-fructose syrup. Enough said...

    Brand's answer :

    Hello Mark,

    Thank you for your feedback on the Aptonia Cereal Bars.

    Firstly I would like to reassure you that the main carbohydrate is pure glucose syrup and at 81 calories per bar with a mix of cereals and sugars the bar gives a quick energy boost with slower release.

    It is true that the fruits are sweetened with glucose fructose syrup. I need to do some further research into the topic of glucose-fructose syrup as some of the information shows that the term can be used for corn syrup but also for other sweetners. I see that some evidence from the US that shows that high fructose corn syrup can suppress feeling full there is some confusion to the term being used in the UK where glucose-fructose syrup can be used for corn syrup but if I quote from an article in the Independent "And GlaxoSmithKline's Lucozade, which includes 24 per cent glucose-fructose syrup in its ingredients, said it "does not contain high-fructose corn syrup"". I will endeavour to check the details of the syrup that is used with our product manager.

    Our cereal bars are designed for use in hiking and cycling and as such are not recommended for someone on a sedentary lifestyle. We take very seriously the case of obesity and I am constantly challenging our product managers for lower sugar, slower release carbs in our product that are adapted to the use by sports people.

    Kind regards,

    David Daker Commercial Director DECATHLON

You may also be interested in these products