Vegan Nutrition Brand Launches 'World's First' Clear Protein Drink

Vegan Nutrition Brand Launches ‘World’s First’ Clear Protein Drink


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The shake is available in two different flavors (Photo: My Vegan) - Media Credit:
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Sports nutrition brand MyVegan has launched what it describes as the ‘world’s first’ clear protein drink.

Made using hydrolyzed pea protein, the new products ‘provide an alternative to the usual, milky protein shakes’ and offer a ‘light, juicy drink’.

‘Bursting with vitamins’

Each shake contains 10g of protein, 57 calories, 1g of sugar, and 0.1g of fat. They are also ‘bursting’ with vitamins and minerals such as B6, B12, and Folic Acid.

Currently available in two flavors, Lemon & Lime and Strawberry, the clear protein retails at £24.99 (20 servings).

‘Incredibly proud’

Speaking to Plant Based News, MyVegan said: “We are incredibly proud to launch Clear Vegan, a world-first, to the market. It’s clear to see that plant-based alternatives are becoming increasingly popular, and consumers are keen to source these alternatives to supplement their nutrition. 

“Our incredible in-house product development team really know how to create innovative products to meet the needs of the consumer and Clear Vegan Protein is a prime example of this, fully selling out in just five days – a record for MyVegan.”

You’d pea-nuts to miss out: get 35 percent off all MyVegan products with code PBN35.

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