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Quest Bars have the best nutritional profile of any protein bar on the market! Every Quest Bar has at least 20g of protein, only 4-7g active carbs, no added sugars, and zero junk ingredients. Most importantly, the bars taste great!

But Quest doesn’t stop there. Now you can also savor the guilt-free crunch of fresh potato chip goodness. These crispy classics have 20g of milk protein and only 5g total carbs... so go ahead and eat the whole bag!

And don’t forget about noodles. It's universal; we all love pasta. But it's long been off limits due to the empty carbohydrates, gluten, and other junk. Quest PASTA changes all that with no active carbs, gluten free, and totally guilt free!Made from Konjac root, also known as Glucomannan, this stuff is pure fiber and has been eaten for hundreds of years in Japan and other Asian countries. Because it contains virtually zero calories, they often refer to it as diet pasta.

 Quest actually believes that you are what you eat. That’s why Quest has always invested in cutting-edge ingredients to create products with clean nutritional profiles that taste like you’re eating something unhealthy. They like to eat. And they want it to be fun! Cheat meals without the cheating.

To accomplish this, they make sure to use the highest quality ingredients available. Sugar, for instance, doesn’t even exist at their facility. The only sugar in their bars comes from things like the nuts and freeze-dried fruit.  They even manufacture the inclusions that they put in their bars. The chocolate crumbles in Cookies & Cream and the white chocolate chunks in the White Chocolate Raspberry… Quest makes those from scratch. It’s the only way to get the perfect taste and nutritional profile you come to expect from them.

Quest Nutrition is committed to producing delicious functional foods that make no nutritional compromises. Founded to deliver the highest quality products that help active, health-conscious consumers achieve their goals, Quest has established itself as a premier brand that people trust.

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