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Lovely Lemon Cheesecake is here (again)!

13th June 2019

For some Lovely Lemon Cheesecake´s return will come as a surprise, others noticed it was missing in our poll last January and were patiently waiting for this moment to arrive. Either way, it’s here now: the return of our beloved Limited Edition Lovely Lemon Cheesecake. Curious what it tastes like? Then read on!

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From flavour idea to a new Limited Edition, the process explained.

25th May 2019

The current Limited Edition process is one we have from around the beginning of 2016 when we shifted from our previous production location to the current one. In this blog post, we’d like to talk you through the journey a Limited Edition makes, from the idea for a flavour to the end product.

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The whole production process of Queal STEADY.

17th May 2019

Curious about how all of the natural ingredients end up in our STEADY pouches? In this new blog post, we'll explain about the production process of our shake powders from A to Z.

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A new (vegan!) Limited Edition is here: Mighty Mango & Sweet Potato!

30th April 2019

99% chance you've never heard of this flavour combination before, but we promise it's a winner. The mildly sweet and slightly nutty flavour of real sweet potato powder perfectly pairs with the fruity taste of mango. Here at the office, we think Mighty Mango and Sweet Potato tastes like a smoothie, a nutritionally complete smoothie to be exact!

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All you need to know about maltodextrin and isomaltulose in Queal.

19th April 2019

After telling you all about the vitamins and minerals used in Queal meals the past two months, it’s now time to shift to the macronutrients again. More specifically, (part of) the complex carbohydrates present in your Steady shakes and Go bars. Since we shifted to our 5.0 recipe, the carbohydrates in Queal Steady come from a combination of oat flour, soy flour, isomaltulose and maltodextrin. The first two are covered in an ingredients post already, so now it’s time to cover all the what’s, how’s, why’s and where’s of the last two.

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