Mornings are busy, chaotic, and rushed, so it’s no wonder that eating a hearty breakfast ends up being a low priority in most homes. The appearance of breakfast in bar form sought to address the challenge of the hectic morning, and some people now tout breakfast bars as one of the best food inventions ever. But are these bars really a good way to start the day? We dove into GoodGuide data and created the infographic below to give you some answers. To find the healthiest cereal and granola bars, check out our ratings.
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