INTRODUCING: THE NEW KIND PROTEIN RANGE THE TASTIEST PROTEIN BARS TO HIT THE HIGH STREET
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If you’re looking to power your workout with a snack that packs a punch of flavour as well as protein, then look no further than the delicious new KIND PROTEIN range. Featuring premium whole ingredients, a creamy, crunchy texture plus 12 grams of plant-protein, these new bars mean you can have your treat and protein hit all in one go!
Arguably the tastiest protein range to hit the supermarket shelves, it comprises three fab flavours, and true to the KIND ethos, each is all-natural, full of fibre, lower sugar and gluten- free. Choose between:
Crunchy Peanut Butter – The perfect blend of smooth peanut butter with the added crunch of whole peanuts for a tasty plant-based protein hit.
Double Dark Chocolate – Double up on taste with this rich blend of delicious dark chocolate, crunchy whole nuts and 12g of protein for a satisfying boost of energy.
Toasted Caramel Nut – This bar has all the goodness of crunchy whole almonds and peanut, drizzled with rich toasted caramel that makes this a protein bar like no other.
With the trend for protein products and snacks continuing to boom, and health and exercise higher on everyone’s agenda than ever, this all-natural tasty trio make a great swap for the artificial-ingredient packed alternatives that have traditionally dominated the market.
John McManus, KIND Marketing Manager, says , “Our KIND bars have been flying from the shelves since we launched them here in the UK and we now wanted to take our flavour-first focus into the booming protein sector. Research shows that shoppers in this space are looking for on-the-go, convenient products, that deliver on taste, functionality and have whole food ingredients, so we’re excited to launch a range that ticks each and every box. We believe it’s the protein launch of the year!”
The new KIND PROTEIN range has an RRP. of £1.69 / 50gram bar, 24g of protein / 100grams. Available from retailers including Sainsbury’s and independents from mid September.