Whole Food Nutrition Powder with Sweetener 04/2021
Organic All in one nutrition powder
20g complete protein
7 nutritious greens
9 fruits & veggies
Daily plant-based nutrition
One scoop, stir, smile
No added sugar
All flavours used by Amazing Grass are Organic Compliant, GMO-Free, All Natural, Kosher Pareve and Vegan
Amazing Grass Protein Superfood™
This organic, all-in-one nutritional powder thoughtfully combines our farm fresh greens with fruits and veggies plus 20g of plant-based protein. With a rich chocolate flavour and satisfying texture, this superfood combo is a convenient way to get the nutrition your body needs with an amazing flavour your taste buds will love.
Nutrition Made Easy
7 Nutritious Greens - Wheat Grass, Barley Grass, Alfalfa, Spirulina, Chlorella, Broccoli, Spinach
Protein - Pea, Chia, Quinoa, Hemp
Fruits & Veggies - Beet, Carrot, Sweet Potato, Goji, Açai, Banana and more...
Protein contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.
Farm Family Roots
We organically grow & harvest nutrient-rich greens on our family farm in Kansas & craft them with the highest quality plant-based ingredients curated from around the world.
Table of Nutritional Information
- Protein Blend (Organic Pea Protein, Organic Hemp Protein, Organic Chia Seed, Organic Quinoa),
- Green Food Blend (Organic Wheat Grass, Organic Alfalfa, Organic Barley Grass, Organic Spinach, Organic Spirulina, Organic Chlorella (Cracked Cell-Wall), Organic Broccoli),
- Natural Flavour (Organic Flavour, Natural Flavour),
- Organic Cocoa,
- Thickener (Xanthan Gum),
- Organic Sweetener (Steviol Glycosides),
- Sodium Chloride,
- Fruit & Vegetable Blend (Organic Acai, Organic Banana, Organic Beet, Organic Carrot, Organic Goji, Organic Pineapple, Organic Sweet Potato, Organic Raspberry, Organic Rose Hips)
No Added Sugar
Suitable for Vegans
Free From Genetically Modified Ingredients
Simply add one scoop to 350ml water. Also, enjoy non-dairy milk.
Blend with other ingredients and enjoy.
Supercharge your favourite recipes including oatmeal.
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