Quest Snacks Feed Your Cravings Without All the Net Carbs

At Quest we believe the foods you crave should work for you, not against you. That’s why every Quest snack has 6 g or less of net carbs. What does that mean? Net Carbs represent the total carbohydrate content of the food minus the fiber content and sugar alcohols* (if in the product). The calculation looks like this:

Sugar Alcohols
Every Quest snack has 6g or less of net carbs!
*Stevia and sucralose used in some products in trace amounts and not part of the calculation to determine net carbs. Quest Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Protein Bar Quest Hero Chocolate Peanut Butter
Ketogenic Friendly Protein Cookies
Blueberry Ketogenic Friendly Protein Bars

The equation for a product which uses allulose, like the Blueberry Cobbler Hero Bar would look like this:

28g Total CARBS
11g Allulose
4g Erythritol
10g Fiber
3g Net CARBS
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Why Sugar and Sweeteners Matter When Counting Net Carbs

The amount of sugar in our snacks matters when calculating net carbs. Controlling the things that the human body turns into sugar is the single biggest factor in eating right. When there is too much sugar in the bloodstream, your body stores it as fat. “Glycemic” means “relating to the sugar or glucose in the blood.” The glycemic load simply estimates how much food will raise a person’s blood glucose level after eating it. The greater the glycemic impact of a food, the greater and more rapid its impact is on your blood sugar level—and that may cause your body to produce greater levels of insulin to return your blood sugar to a normal level. That’s why our foods and snacks use the sweeteners and sugar substitutes below:

Stevia Sweeteners

A zero-calorie sweetener derived from the plant Stevia rebaudiana. Does not metabolize in the body and does not spike blood sugar.


A zero-calorie sugar alcohol that occurs in nature in small amounts and is made through fermentation. Does not metabolize in the body and does not spike blood sugar


A low-calorie sweetener with 1/10th the calories of table sugar. Used in Quest Hero Bars and occurs naturally in certain foods like figs and raisins.


A zero-calorie sweetener and sugar substitute. Up to 600 times the sweetness of table sugar, so used in very low quantities in Quest products.

Fiber and Net Carbs

Not all fiber is created equal. We use FDA-recognized fiber sources in all our products

Carbs in the Body

Your body’s preferred method of generating energy is from carbohydrates. When there are too many carbohydrates in the diet, your body stores them for future use as fat or glycogen. This is one contributing factor for fat buildup.

Quest Snack Bar

Freedom to enjoy the foods you crave

Every Quest product has 9g net carbs or less per serving, including our Thin Crust Pizzas!

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Quest Protein Bars

Craveable protein bars with 2g of sugar or less.

  • 20-21g Protein*
  • 4-5g Net Carbs*
  • ≤2g Sugar*
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Quest Protein Chips

Savory cravings with 4g net carbs per bag.

  • 18-20g Protein*
  • 4g Net Carbs*
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Quest Protein Cookies

Sweet cookies with 3g of sugar or less

  • 15-16g Protein*
  • 4-9g Net Carbs*
  • ≤3g Sugar*
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Quest Snack Bars

Sweet & salty snacks with 2g of sugar or less.

  • 10g Protein*
  • 5g Net Carbs*
  • 1-2g Sugar*
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Quest Protein Shakes

Naturally sweetened shakes with 1g of sugar.

  • 30g Protein*
  • 3-4g Net Carbs*
  • 1g Sugar*
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Quest Thin Crust Pizza

Savory thin crust pizzas with 6g net carbs or less.

  • 20-28g Protein*
  • 5-6g Net Carbs*
  • 1-3g Sugar*
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