Powdered food brand Huel has launched a new range of bars to offer consumers a nutritious snack option between meals.
The vegan line is available in four flavours: salted caramel, chocolate, chocolate orange and coffee caramel.
Huel V3.1 Bars are made using oat flour and rolled oats, pea and brown rice protein, cocoa powder, coconut, date syrup and flaxseed. The brand adds a blend of 26 essential vitamins and minerals to deliver a “balanced and nutritionally complete snack”.
Each gluten-free bar contains 200 calories and 12g of plant-based protein.
“As Huel continues it’s rapid growth globally, we wanted to put a strong focus into developing our solid food range,” said Julian Hearn, CEO and co-founder of Huel.
“We have created a truly unique bar that not only tastes great but provides the important nutrition you need between meals or on the go.”
The V3.1 Bars are now available on the Huel website.
UK-based Huel was co-founded in 2015 by entrepreneur Julian Hearn and nutritionist James Collier.
Last year, the brand released a ready-to-drink meal alternative range, aimed at time-conscious consumers.
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