Chewable Nutrition Bar – Soylent’s New Invention
The company Soylent which is famous by its liquid-based diet based on ready-to-drink meals, is joining a bussines of actual eating now. Less than a month ago Soylent added a nutrition bar to product list. The bar is vegan, animal-free, nut-free, lactose-free and uses soy protein, algal flour, beet sugar, and other vitamins and minerals.
The product should fill 12,5 % of your nutritional requirements. "Plant-based and protein-rich, Soylent Bar makes the afternoon slump a thing of the past."
The first note about this bar appeared in April, this year and due to now the founder of the company Rob Rhinehart earned on it more then $20 million.
The bar is exstrimely nutritious and has enough calories for avoding packing snacks with you to work. The company wrote in release announcment that 250 calories bar has the same nutrition as Soylent beverages, but in more partable form.
It's worth to say that the previous Soylent's innovation was a beverage called Coffiest that married breakfast and coffee in the same bottle. A taste test revealed that it was surprisingly passable.
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