Mixture of organic plant-based protein powders with delicious natural vanilla flavour. The plant-based protein powders consist of pea protein, hemp protein and rice protein and are a source of high-quality protein. It contains a full spectrum of essential amino acids.* Ideal for vegetarians and vegans.
Protein is important for the growth and maintenance of muscle mass and helps maintain normal bones.
Contains: 450 grams
Allergens: May contain traces of nuts.
|Organic pea protein
|Organic coconut sugar
|Organic hemp protein
|Organic rice protein
|Natural vanilla flavour
|per 100 g
|per 30 g
|*R.I. in 30 g
|1602 kJ / 383 kcal
|481 kJ / 115 kcal
|- of which saturates
|- of which sugar
*R.I. = Reference Intake of an average adult
|Per 100 g
|Protein is important for the growth and maintenance of muscle mass and helps maintain normal bones.
|Mix about 30 g of powder in 300 ml of water or milk. You can use the mixture as a healthy and nutritionally rich snack at any time during the day. Do not heat up.
|Keep in a cool 15 - 25 °C dark place, sealed and out of the reach of young children.
Allergen list according to EC Directives 2000/13, 2003/89, 2005/26, 2005/63, 2006/142, 2007/68 and updates.
|Cereals containing gluten and products thereof
|Crustaceans and products thereof
|Eggs and products thereof
|Fish and products thereof
|Peanuts and products thereof
|Milk and products thereof, including lactose
|Nuts and products thereof
|Celery and products thereof
|Mustard and products thereof
|Sesame seeds and products thereof
|Sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10 mg/l, expressed as SO
|Lupin and products thereof
|Molluscs and products thereof
*May contain traces of nuts.
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