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Some reviews from loving customers and bloggers:
"All of us loved all the Huda bars. Quality is terrific. The box is classy and everything in it is arranged tastefully. And the focus on sustainability is awesome. Couldn't think of anything we would change or do differently!" - Rashmi
"We are enjoying the tea variants one at a time in the night. To just say that the experience is exquisite would be an understatement." - Anindo Sircar
"Huda Bar – totally unrelated to Huda Beauty before you ask. However each of the Huda Bars are little beauties on their own. The lady in charge, Huda Masood makes each of these flavourful nutrient rich bars in fresh batches on order and uses only organically farmed ingredients. Totally devoid of artificial sugar or sweeteners, they make the perfect pick-me-up-snack." - Divya from Cage your Age
"I think it's safe to say that my peaceful mornings enjoying a Huda Bar are over. Xena loves it. Sits and begs, drools copiously, whines for good measure. As I was about to take this picture, she was about to jump and swipe the bar straight out of my hand! And this is a dog who sits around nonchalantly even when I am enjoying my mutton biryani! 😂 " - Santosh Kumar
"That moment when you realise nothing lasts forever... #justpeanutbutter #withdrawal #thehudabar ... but you can always order more!!!"
"Met Huda and sampled these wonderful bars at the Bengaluru Bouldering Championships... Perfect combination of taste, texture and consistency I must say; I think I've finally found Mukthi from all the flavoured cardboards that pass off as energy bars. An added bonus is that these bars require very little water on the side since they hardly dry your throat."
"The bars have a very “home-made” feel to them, which I guess is obvious since they are literally home-made. They also have a very textured feel to them, like those Chikkis you find in Lonavala. They are, however, not as dry as the Chikkis, so it’s much easier to chew and swallow them without that urge to stick your head under a lake. All in all, it feels like something your mom made for you to eat during school recess, and you end up finishing the whole thing off before the second period. Delicious." - AK