Aloha Protein Bar Review 2023: An In-Depth Look At These Popular Plant-Based Protein Bars
Author: Amanda Capritto, CPT, CNC, CES, CF-L1
Our Aloha Protein Bar review looks in detail at this very popular vegan protein bar. Is it healthy? Read the full review.
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
Variety packs available
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Large variety of flavors, plus seasonal flavors
Soy, gluten, and dairy free
What needs improvement ...
Manufactured in a facility that also processes many allergens
Mixed reviews on taste and consistency
Customer report the bars are very dry
Aloha plant-based protein bars have 14 grams of brown rice and pumpkin seed protein per bar. They are made with whole food ingredients and are USDA certified organic, vegan, non-GMO, and kosher. The bars are advertised as gluten-free, however the bars are made in a facility that also processes wheat.
Customer reviews for the Aloha bars are positive. Customers shared that the bars taste great and that they make a filling snack. Negative reviews disliked the bar’s texture, describing it as chalky, crumbly, and dry. Customers with celiac disease shared that they had stomach issues after trying the bars despite them being advertised as gluten-free.
Brown rice, pumpkin seed
Protein per bar
Price per bar
$2.75 (one-time purchase), $2.47 (subscribe and save)
Aloha bars are available in a large variety of flavors, including seasonal options, and have 14 grams of protein per bar. Some reviewers with celiac disease warn that they might not be as gluten-free as advertised, however.