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Where Can You Buy Think Thin Bars


Rock Climb Stronger. Volunteer Stronger. Teach Stronger. Play Drums Stronger. Everything you do, you can do stronger with think!. Because we bring you portable protein to fuel your life and power your body. We stand for physical and mental strength. We stand for doing what you love stronger.




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thinkThin has a leading range of protein enriched bars targeted at lifestyle consumers looking for wholesome, convenient and delicious snacks. thinkThin primarily distributes its products in food, natural and mass retail channels in the US. Net sales for the twelve months to the end of September 2015 were $84 million, with a compound average growth rate for the previous three years of 31%.


Six weeks ago former fashion model Lizanne Falsetto, 52, who never went to college, sold her high-protein energy bar business, thinkThin, to an Irish company corporation, Glanbia, for $217 million. Falsetto had founded the company and she ran it for two decades, making her thinkThin bars early entrants in a now-crowded market. In this edited and condensed interview, she talks about how she built the business, why she sold it and how she feels about walking away from her creation.


Falsetto: That was 1994 and there were only three bars on the market, Power Bar, Balance Bar and Clif Bar. One was for triathletes, one was for climbers and the other was for someone on a diet. There was nothing that had protein and no sugar, which is what I ate as a model. I started researching all kinds of different stores and production facilities and I found a consultant named Ivette Morales. She helped me research how much protein a person can have in a meal, which is why we went with 20 grams of protein.


Falsetto: I think the biggest emotion we women CEOs have is guilt. But I hope my kids know I did all of this for a reason. It was to help them thrive. Also you make a lot of people a lot of money when you start a business like this.


Each thinkThin bar blends delicious, crave-worthy flavors with the hunger-fighting protein you need to accomplish your goals. So, whether you are on the go, need a snack halfway up the trail, or crave a pick-me-up before your workout, grab a thinkThin bar. *All ingredients have been produced without genetic engineering. Does not contain sucralose, saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, neotame or advantame.


Sometimes you just need a little something to sustain you until the next meal. Few things can fill that need as well as a protein bar. Tucking discreetly into a laptop bag or purse, protein bars are not only filling, but they can also ensure you get the extra protein you need as you head to the gym to build muscle. Some prefer a protein boost after a workout to enhance muscle recovery.


So often, consumers need a quick pick-me-up snack during their busy day, and for them, Lean Fiber & Protein bars from thinkThin really fill the bill. thinkThin Chunky Chocolate Peanut bars are chock full of rich roasted peanuts enrobed in smooth dark chocolate. And with 10 grams of protein, your patrons get an energy boost to go with all the great flavor.


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