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What we've accomplished in February 2019.

15th March 2019

A short month doesn't mean fewer things happened. Among other things, we have been able to launch our #quickie campaign, improve the Quealbot and lower the shipping costs for a few countries. Curious about all of our improvements in this month and the things we'll keep on working on in March? Then continue reading!

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Our newest Limited Edition Walnut Wonder is now available!

6th March 2019

Great, a brand new Limited Edition is now available in our webshop. Walnut Wonder is sweetish, delicate and well... nutty!

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Our newest Limited Edition Bombastic Bounty is now available!

28th January 2019

It's been 2019 for a few weeks now, and you might struggle a bit with holding on to your new-year-new-me healthy eating habits. Therefore - and also just because we like introducing amazingly flavourful Limited Editions - we thought it would be cool to make a nutritionally complete meal shake taste like a candy bar. So here it is: Bombastic Bounty!

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Let's talk about whey protein!

18th January 2019

Whey protein is an animal-based source of protein and is derived from milk. It is most easily derived by separating it from casein - another protein present in milk - and is usually done so as a “leftover” in the cheese-making process. In this blog, we'll tell you a little bit more about its benefits and the reason we (still) use it in our Steady shakes.

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Queal Ready is now available

20th December 2018

After a successful period of pre-orders, and an amazing Ready Ride this morning, we're happy to announce that Ready “Berry Good” and “Carrot Break” are now both available in our webshop! We hope Ready will be a great, warm alternative if you were previously used to nutritionally complete shakes and bars, or that it will help you get introduced to the concept of complete foods in an easier and more low-threshold way.

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