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Where do the ingredients come from?

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Oats

Origin: Grown in Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia.

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Oat base

Produced by Oatly in Landskrona, Sweden.

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Potato protein

Origin: the Netherlands, Germany.
Supplier: Solanic

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Spirulina

Origin: Greece.
Supplier: Spirulina Nigrita

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Pineapple juice

Origin: Costa Rica, India, South Africa.
Supplier: Dairy fruit

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Apple juice

Origin: Ukraine, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Poland.
Supplier: Einar Willumsen

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Beetroot juice from concentrate

: Origin: Supplier: Einar Willumsen.
Origin: Poland.
Supplier: Einar Willumsen

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Lemon juice from concentrate

Origin: Italy, Spain (Argentine is an alternative when off-season).
Supplier: Einar Willumsen

Natural aroma

Origin: Denmark.
Supplier: Einar Willumsen

Recovery Apple, Beetroot & Ginger

Recovery Apple, Beetroot & Ginger

It’s the post-workout recovery drink for the post-milk generation.

We aren’t usually about slogans.You’ve probably picked up on that if you’ve clicked around this website at all. We prefer to be straightforward and transparent about our products, including our amazing and delicious Apple, Beetroot & Ginger Recovery drink with 11 grams of pure veggie protein. But once in a while, an idea rings true even though it happens to sound like marketing, and there it sits at the top of this paragraph. Love it or think it’s meh, please send us your honest thoughts. After all, maybe we can be about both honesty and slogans at the same time. You know, the way our plant-based Recovery drink is about both tasting really good and being a replenishing, precise balance of veggie protein and carbs.

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What’s amazing

Bullet points provide a nice overview and are especially effective when you have a lot of good things you want to describe. Please enjoy:

* 11 grams of protein.

* 100% plant-based. Absolutely nothing from the animal kingdom. Or even the soy or almond or nut kingdoms.

* It’s rich in protein, which as part of a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle, helps maintain / increase muscle mass.

* The protein we’ve added is (of course) vegetable - potato protein. And that, together with the natural protein found in oats has a composition of amino acids that closely resembles the composition of animal protein. The proportion of branched chain amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, valine) is around 23% of the total protein, which is comparable to animal protein sources.

* After training, eating a good balance of both carbohydrates and protein is recommended by experts who know these things. And Recovery has a good balance of both, which is no coincidence, of course.

* Stylish and convenient packaging. Advantageously placed in training bag.

What might be less amazing

Though we make it ourselves in Sweden, Recovery is packaged over in Austria. It may seem unnecessary to keep sending things back and forth, but the simple truth is that this cylinder-shaped cardboard package, which we are very fond of because it means Recovery can be stored at room temperature and keeps a little longer ... where were we? Yeah, right. It’s packaged in Austria.

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Ingredients

Oat base (water, oats 11%), apple juice 33%, beetroot juice 23%, potato protein, lemon juice, natural aroma, ginger extract.
Juice from concentrate.

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Nutritional value

Nutrition information per 100 ml:
Energy 330 kJ/80 kcal
Fat 0.6 g
of which saturated 0.1 g
Carbohydrates 13 g
of which sugars 10 g*
Fiber 1.1 g
Protein 4.6 g
Salt 0.03 g
* Natural sugars from oats (4 g) and fruit juice (6 g).

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