- The product follows in the footsteps of Soylent, which was launched last year. Comparatively the two are priced at a similar level with Soylent priced at under $10 for a day’s worth of meals and the British product Huel costing £6.50 (or around $10.26).
- According to the manufacturer the powder contains “rice and peas for protein, oats for carbohydrates and flaxseed, sunflower and coconut for fat, along with a vitamin blend to balance the powder completely”, as well as being free from dairy, animal products, soy, eggs, or added sugar.
- “Huel has been optimised for nutrition rather than flavour. Its flavour is best described as ‘neutral’ with a hint of vanilla. This is intentional, so it’s not so delicious that you want to consume too much,” the Huel website explains.
Huel powder rivals Soylent and aims to provide 100% of an adult’s daily nutrients
6. 24. 15 by Kevin Woods