We’re making some changes to Complete Protein v1.0. We’ve listened to Hueligan feedback and refined our recipe, whilst making changes that are also better for the planet
Enter…Complete Protein v2.0, which we will start switching to from early July 2023.
What are the changes?
IMPROVED TASTE - We have made subtle improvements to all flavours with minimal changes to the nutritional profile.
IMPROVED SUSTAINABILITY - By switching from a tub to a recyclable pouch we are using loads less plastic and will reduce the packaging carbon footprint by 86.8%*
THE PRODUCT YOU LOVE- Each serving is still 105kcal and contains 20g of plant-based protein, including 9g of essential amino acids (EAAs) and 5g of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs).
Vegan and Kosher certified, with a snazzy new recyclable label.
Transparency is important between us and you all: we made the decision to remove probiotics, piperine and curcumin. We’re sorry if this isn’t the news you wanted to hear. Our intention is to consistently provide products that are aligned with our mission to offer affordable and sustainable nutrition. We made a conscious decision not to raise the price, which led to certain choices. By taking out ingredients that contributed little, we were able to maintain affordability without compromising nutritional quality.
(The full nutritional information page will be available prior to launch and we’ll add the link then.)
*Carbon calculations utilise the UK Government GHG Conversion Factors for Company
Really? - It’s £3.30 / 100 gm so seems to be pretty much middle range for vegan protein and certainly cheaper than brands like Form, PhD, Naturya, Amazing Grass, Applied Nutrition, USN, Pulsin, Foodspring etc.
Ha - Now we’re getting somewhere. I understand what you mean.
I thought your comment meant that you think Huel’s number one priority should be affordability, when I think reading your reply there you meant that affordability is your number one concern when considering the purchase.
I just don’t understand what everybody seems to find wrong about sucralose. It’s sweet and calorie-free.
And according to all the “news” we are confronted with on the web, especially social media, almost everything causes cancer and is toxic. So I would not worry too much about it.