Keto Snacks and Treats Brand Launches New Product on Amazon

Noted manufacturer of keto snacks and treats, GoalFoods has recently introduced its dark chocolate mocha snack bites on Amazon. With healthy fats, low carbs, and low sugar, the product powers a busy day while satisfying those with a sweet tooth.

Houston, Texas, United States - April 7, 2020 —

GoalFoods is pleased to announce that its dark chocolate mocha keto snack bites are now available for sale on Amazon. A husband and wife team driven by fitness and performance, GoalFoods delivers healthy keto snacks and treats that are also insanely delicious. The just-launched product from the company has a total sugar content of one gram, net carb content of three grams, and seven grams of protein. While fueling workouts and powering a busy day, it also satisfies those with a sweet tooth.

“Take the guilt out of satisfying your sweet tooth and keep the keto dream alive with this ridiculously rich dark chocolate indulgence, powered by cacao, almond butter and coffee to elevate your mood and slay your cravings,” said Craig Romero, the senior spokesperson for GoalFoods.

Ketosis is a metabolic process where the body starts burning stored fats in the absence of enough glucose for energy. This results in a buildup of acids called ketones within the body. Because ketosis breaks down fat stores in the body, some keto diets aim to facilitate weight loss by putting the body into this metabolic state. Keto diets are usually high in fat.

The dark chocolate keto snack from GoalFoods has been formulated using a wide range of gluten-free and non-GMO ingredients including almond butter, protein blend, non-GMO soluble tapioca fiber, chicory root fiber, cacao butter, organic cocoa, coconut oil, 100% cacao chocolate chips, sunflower lecithin, coffee, natural flavors, sea salt, and stevia. All these ingredients are clinically proven to help elevate energy levels, repair challenged muscles, and support healthy weight loss.

According to a very impressed user, “The bars are delicious and definitely do not taste like your typical protein bar, and wow on the amount of protein. They taste like a candy bar!”

To find out more about GoalFoods keto snack bars, please visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.




About Us: Our fitness fueled our origins. We're not the first to begin with our passion. We're a husband and wife team, driven by fitness and performance, building a lifestyle of extraordinary health under all the pressures of a busy life.

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