Frequently asked questions

How much sugar is in Delight bars?

Delight protein bars contain 3,1 – 4,6 g of sugar per 100 g. Delight 40 g bar contains less than 2 g of sugar per bar. There are only few bars on the market that reach the same level of sugar per 100 g, but the vast majority of protein bars exceed these values. Our research among 252 protein bars shows that on average they contain 18 g of sugar per 100 g. We recommend you to compare it for yourself.

What is the recommended amount of bars I can eat per day?

The package of Delight bars does not have a daily recommended consumption for adults.

Are Delight bars gluten free?

Yes, Delight protein bars are now gluten-free. We made an improvement to our initial range of Delight bars, so now you can enjoy them as gluten-free.

Do Delight bars contain any preservatives or additives?

Delight bars do not contain any perservatives. They contain aditives such as sucralose, Steviol Glycosides and Polydextrose.

Do Delight bars contain lactose?

Delight protein bars contain 0,5 – 0,7 g of lactose per bar, depending on flavour.

Are Delight bars good for diabetics?

Our protein bars contain isomalto-oligosaccharides. Isomalto-oligosaccharides are a source of glucose.

What is the source of fiber in Delight bars?

Isomalto-oligosaccharide and oligofructose are the main sources of fiber in Delight protein bars.

Do Delight bars contain any allergens?

All our Delight protein bars contain milk. All bars are manufactured in a production facility that is working with a big variety of different raw materials including egg-, soy-, nut-, peanut- and sesame seed products.

Are Delight bars good for kids?

Delight bars are designed and meant for adults. Kids have different recommended reference intakes and upper tolerable level of nutrients, thus we do not recommend kids to consume Delight protein bars.

Why is protein good for me? How much protein should I consume per day?

Protein has a lot of benefits and it’s not just for athletes. Protein is an important component of every cell in the body. Like fats and carbohydrates, protein is a macronutrient, meaning that the body needs relatively large amounts of it. The recommended amount of protein for adults is 1,1-1,3 g of protein per kg of body weight, or 10-20% of daily intake of calories. Based on reference intake of 2000 kcal for an average adult, this means the recommended daily intake of protein is 50-100 g. • For 60 kg adult the recommendation is 66 – 78 g of protein per day. • For 80 kg adult the recommendation is 88 – 104 g of protein per day.

How much sugar is in Delight protein bars?

Delight protein bars contain 3,1 – 4,6 g of sugar per 100 g. Delight 40 g bar contains less than 2 g of sugar per bar. There are only few bars on the market that reach the same level of sugar per 100 g, but the vast majority of protein bars exceed these values. Our research among 252 protein bars shows that on average they contain 18 g of sugar per 100 g. We recommend you to compare it for yourself.

What are the bars sweetened with?

Our products are sweetened with Steviol Glycosides and Sucralose. Delight Vanilla Raspberry is sweetened only with Steviol Glycosides.

Can I bake or microwave the bars?

You can use your favorite protein bars for baking or simply to microwave it. Bars can withstand light heating in the microwave or oven. Use the  bars to make guilt free delightful treats and don’t forget to share your healthy creations with us with hashtag #FeelDelighted.

Are Delight bars good for weight management or weight loss?

We think the most important contribution of Delight protein bars for weight loss and weight management is that they may create a feeling of satiety and cause a spontaneous reduction in calorie intake. Besides, compared to majority of other protein bars and snacks, these protein bars are low in sugar. We recommend you to compare calories, protein and sugar amounts in your favorite snacks and see for yourself.

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