The upcoming shake brand Soylent 2.0 is said to provide you with a generous amount of daily required calories and nutrients in one easy drink. The best part is that it is premixed and it doesn’t require to be kept in a fridge, unlike its powdery predecessors.
Soylent was created as a simpler food source by Rob Rhinehart, of Rosa Labs, who had realized people invest a lot of time and money to have nutritiously complete meals, spending a lot of time on buying supplies from grocery stores and then cooking.
The powder was an instant hit, with the company shipping about 1.5 million bags of their powdery mix. You don’t have to find a source of water, since it’s stored and ready to drink in a recyclable bottle and it cannot spoil for a year.
Unlike other meal-replacement drinks, Soylent 2.0 is made with a mix of soy, algae and natural sweetener found in honey, and also vitamins and minerals that provide you with 1/5 of your daily intake requirements. And it supposedly has a very pleasant taste as well. The drinks are to go on sale in October, but you can pre-order now.
According to the company’s blog, Soylent 2.0 helps its consumers by providing the optimal amount of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, proteins and fat they need from meals, but also by enabling the general public to avoid effects of an insufficiently-nutritious breakfast and feelings of distress caused by hunger.
Rob Rhinehart, Soylent’s co-founder and CEO, thinks that it has been an exciting year for him and his team at Rosa Labs, who have managed to build the foundations of a flourishing, solid business.
He added that the latest version of their product was the starting point of the company’s goal to expand their business, as they enhanced their abilities via thorough research. The company’s objective is to make food widely available and its manner of production open for all.
As Soylent 2.0 does not require refrigeration, Rhinehart thought of the efficiency and energy-saving strategy that enabled their product to save more resources, compared to other food systems.
The Rosa Labs team claimed that consumers would get all the benefits derived from an all-vegan shake, 50 per cent of its fat source being algae. They also reported that innovative technology in the agricultural sector might allow the development of food production to have decreased consequences on the ecological system.
As a conclusion, Soylent 2.0 is claimed to debut as a nutritionally-complete compound, having ingredients that would play a specific role in whole-body nutrition, such as: soy protein, algal oil, isomaltulose (a sweetener found in honey) and essential vitamins and minerals.
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