It’s nothing like Huel at all.
It’s simply a plant-milk similar to many others.
Lots of vegan milk substitutes use various plants as a base: Coconut, Oat, Soya, Hemp, Almond. This one simply uses pea protein and oat as well as the usual water and oil.
As for the black and white packaging / branding - it doesn’t look that similar in my opinion. Loads of brands use a combination of black and white as their brand colours.
I like the stripes
I found some Sproud pea milk in my local Co-Op this morning. I bought a carton of the Barista one for my coffee (I normally have it black but occasionally fancy a latte and normally use Oatly Barista for that).
Not used it yet…I had my usual black coffee today.
When I do have it…won’t be today…I will let you know. Similar price to Oatly Barista. Didn’t realise but it is Swedish too. There is another brand for sale in Sainsbury’s called Mighty Society. I like the packaging, it is UK based and a small start up company…alas as it cost about 60p a litre more I didn’t get it.
To me the barista version tastes better than the regular if heated or steamed.
When added cold they both taste very similar. The barista one is perhaps slightly creamier but I like both equally if I’m just adding it to coffee or to huel.
In my shop they both come in that same size carton and cost the same
Oh ok. I’ve actually not tried it completely on its own. I’m not really one to drink plant milk in a glass and don’t eat cereal so I’ve only used it in coffee, hot chocolate and huel.
The regular one foams up really well for hot chocolate / latte but tastes a bit odd when heated