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Snack bars are convenient, portable, and often better for you than chips or cookies as meal replacements or go-betweens. But not all snack bars are created equal. Some are laden with sugar and additives, while others contain as many calories as a candy bar. Here are some of the best and the worst on the market. [Full Story]
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