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1.Chocolate Hazelnut Butter CLIF Nut Butter Filled Energy Bars Recalled (12/07/2016)
2.Nutrition Bars Recalled Due To Undeclared Milk Allergen (06/07/2013)
3.Recall of Nutrition Bars Containing Peanut Butter Due To Salmonella Risk (10/15/2012)
4.Many Brands of Nutrition Bars Recalled Due to Potential Salmonella Contamination (01/24/2009)


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2001 Sixty percent of nutrition bars fail to meet claims in ConsumerLab.com tests — "Low Carb" bars often loaded with carbohydrates; excess sodium and saturated fat also found (10/30/2001)
 Many herbal sleep products lack key claimed ingredient — Results of ConsumerLab.com's testing of valerian products released on web today (07/09/2001)
 ConsumerLab.com reports test results of arthritis supplement — MSM; Quality found higher than for most supplements, but room for improvement remains (06/04/2001)
 Over forty percent of Echinacea products fail ConsumerLab.com review; Inadequate labeling and missing ingredients found common for popular herbal cold remedy (05/07/2001)
 Quality of popular herbal anti-depressant found to vary; certain types of St. John's Wort supplements more likely to pass testing (04/10/2001)
 ConsumerLab.com expands testing of health products; success of dietary supplement evaluations leads company into broader nutrition field, beginning with popular nutrition bars (03/27/2001)


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