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MultiPower Protein Layer (18 x 50g)


Multipower Protein Layer - The powerful protein snack with four delicious layers

30% protein bar in a coating of maltitol milk chocolate. With sweeteners and sugars.

Four different layers and milk chocolate make the Power Layer a delicious protein bar and a tasty alternative to meet the daily protein requirements. In addition to its extraordinary taste, it has a high protein content of 30% and is also low in sugar.

The protein content supports your muscle build-up. This makes the Power Layer the perfect protein snack for between.

Highlights of the Multipower Protein Layer

  • 30% protein

  • Low in sugar

  • Flavour Chocolate-Peanut-Caramel without collagen

  • Less than 200 kcal per bar

  • Four tasty layers wrapped in tender chocolate

  • Suitable for vegetarians

  • Aspartame-free


1 - 2 portions before and during exercise or during the day.

This product should be taken as part of a varied and balanced diet and in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool, dry place. Not exposed to direct sunlight, odours and high-temperature fluctuations. Storage and transport between 15 - 25° C.


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