Glad to see Black Edition getting some love in terms of variety. I can see them on the storefront, but can’t add them to the existing subscription, so I guess it’s still going to be a bit of a wait for me.
While it is nice to see more flavours in general, is there a reason that the Caramel flavours are only available in the Black Edition? I tried one bag of Coffee Caramel and I liked it but I don’t really like the macro split of Black so I order Coffee flavour in the White edition instead.
I’d love to be able to get either or both Caramel flavours in White edition (I suspect I would love Salted Caramel).
so many reasons. I’m not saying we definitely have those in the pipeline for v3.0, but if we did launching all flavours on one day is not just very hard technically and operationally, it also doesn’t make sense from a marketing perspective either.
We don’t have taster packs no, but you can add a single pouch to your subscription or next order
We’ve explained this, we show per serving everywhere and 2000kcal. But on the labels in EU we have to include 100g. We think it makes more sense to use just per serving as this is what most people have.
Would it be helpful though if I made a spreadsheet of the different values per 100g and per serving v3.0 vs Black? Although don’t you have the pouches?
Thanks @Peas glad you’re excited Merry Christmas too
That would be useful for comparing products from several manufacturers, as @airiartev says. Having it on the pouch is only useful if you’re standing in a supermarket with competing products in each hand.
There’s no good reason not to have it on the website. It’s not like you’re going to run out of space.
It would be very helpful. Yes I have it on the bags, but I don’t have all the different bags.
For example, I have Black UU, but I dont have Black Vainilla and the macros are different.
Adding the already in use 100gr macro label to web would make much easier to compare to other products. The only way I have to find the 100 gr label is by buying it or try to find the label online, which is a pain in th…
Also, in order to adjust a diet food in general, having the 100gr label makes everything much easier.
So much, yes. The per-portion figure is useless to me as I have larger portions, and the per-2000kcal figure is useless because I don’t eat 2000kcals of a single product per day. Per 100g makes calculations very easy.
Per portion makes far more sense on products like bars and RTD where people almost always eat the entire thing at once. For powders, we can make (literally) granular adjustments to portion size, and many of us do.
I’m trying to decide what to get for Christmas dinner. We’re having a sad empty house (Boris can shove his bubbles up his arse) and my dad is the only meat eater, so he’ll have to make do with a chicken leg or something.
It is really amazing how much you invest in new products, you are a really innovative company.
The only bad thing now is brexit and its consequences…I hope your business won’t be affected too bad by it…on the other hand there is not much that a single company can do, it mainly depends on politics and trade agreements…