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Multipower 50g High Protein Shake 12X 500ml

£20.00

MARCH / APRIL DATES 

 

Multipower 50g High Protein Shake 12 x 500ml bottle pack 

Intake: Shake the bottle before opening.

Recommended intake: 
1 serving (1 bottle) after training and/or between meals.

Content: 12 x 500ml = 6000ml (12 servings)

Country of origin: Germany

Manufacturer's address: Atlantic Multipower Germany GmbH & Co.OHG, Moorfuhrtweg 17, D-22301 Hamburg.

Ingredients of each taste:

Ingredients:
90% Skimmed milk, 8th% Milk protein, Water, aroma, stabilizers (cellulose, carboxymethyl cellulose, carrageenan), sweeteners (sucralose), colour (riboflavin).

Allergy notice:
Contains milk.

Nutritional values:

Per 100g

Pro Protion (500ml)

Calorific value

245 kJ

1225 kJ

58 kcal

290 kcal

fat

0.2 g

1 g

- Saturated of it

0.1 g

0.5 g

carbohydrates

4 g

20 g

- Of which sugars

4 g

20 g

protein

10 g

50 g

salt

0.18 g

0.9 g

 

Also available from Multipower is the Multipower Protein Bars packed with flavour and goodness.

Build muscle mass with the amazing multipower 50g shake.

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