Native American Natural Foods and Onnit have forged a strong relationship by sharing the same principle: customers deserve high-quality, responsibly produced products, at reasonable prices. Onnit is proud to partner with Native American Natural Foods, makers of the original Tanka Bar, to create The Warrior Bar, a delicious Buffalo meat bar with 14 grams of protein based on a recipe that has fueled the Lakota Sioux Warriors for centuries.
In addition to 14 grams of protein, the Warrior Bar also features 140 calories and 4 grams of fat per 2-ounce serving, and is free of gluten, nitrites, antibiotics, and added hormones. All natural and made from prairie-fed buffalo, cranberries, and a spicy pepper blend, the bar is designed to provide the protein and calories that triathletes, runners, climbers, and other high-energy and endurance athletes require.
Bison vs Beef
Which Red Meat Reigns Supreme?
Both bison and beef can be part of a healthy diet. But if you had to pick one big animal to take a bite out of, which one should you choose?
We compared beef and buffalo in every important category to determine the alpha protein on the range.
Bison vs. Beef
- No Msg
- No Soy
- No Lactose
- Gluten Free
- No Nitrites*
- No Antibiotics Or Added Hormones**
"@Onnit's new #WarriorBar is the best damn snack I've ever had."
- Joe DeFranco - @DefrancosGym
"Seriously delicious. Buffalo meat and cranberries coming together in a beautiful harmony."
- Dave "Caveman" Rickels - @thecaveman316
"Wow. That was good!"
- Kevin Estrada - @sturgeonslayers
"The Warrior jerky bars are AWESOME! I loved them."
- Seth Rollins - @WWESethRollins
Buffalo, dried cranberries (cranberries, sugar), sea salt, encapsulated lactic acid, celery juice, black pepper, habanero pepper, jalapeno pepper, spices, garlic, onion powder, red pepper.
Minimally processed, sustainably raised Buffalo eat an exclusively vegetarian diet.
*No added nitrites or nitrates except for those naturally occurring in sea salt and celery juice.
**Buffalo used raised with no antibiotics or added hormones. Federal regulations prohibit use of hormones in Buffalo.