You’ve taken a great step forward by choosing for a complete meal product. Feed and Queal are both great options when it comes to meal replacements. Here we will help you choose which one fits best with you on price, nutrition, and variation.


By reading this page we hope you’ll be interested in giving Queal a try. But if it ends up being the case that Feed is the better option for you, then we’re still glad we were able to help you come to the right decision for yourself.

Queal offers more variations at a much lower price


10 Flavours (from Strawberry to Chocolate)

from €1.35 per 500 kcal

vegetarian (with whey protein)

400kcal bar (from €2.00)


6 Flavours (from Coffee to Chocolate)

from €2.31 per 500 kcal

vegan (with soy protein)

400kcal bar (from €3.00)

Comparison to Feed

Queal and Feed are two of the very first companies that offer complete meals to everyone in Europe. They are both good options and nutritionally they are both complete. Each company has made their own choices regarding specific ingredients and nutritional composition. These are the differences you should consider when choosing which product to go with.


Let’s take a look at an overview of the nutritional differences of Queal Standard (2100kcal) and Feed (2000kcal).

Queal 4.0 Standard

FAT - 55 gr0


FAT - 76 GR0

FIBRE - 43 GR0

FIBRE - 29 GR0




SUGARS - 28.5 GR0

Both Feed and Queal are based on EU nutrition guidelines (EFSA). Feed it doesn’t contain gluten and lactose, Queal does contains gluten and is 100% vegetarian. Feed use soy protein instead of whey protein, is 100% vegan as well. Besides lactose and gluten, Queal also contains soy.



Feed and Queal are not very similar in nutrients. There are some differences in fibres and fats, Queal is high in fibre which is good for the intestine and has chosen to provide you with more than the recommended daily amounts of protein. Feed is higher in fat and sugar.


The main source of carbs in Queal is evenly balanced between the complex carbohydrate Maltodextrin (made from corn) and finely cut Scottish Oats. The Maltodextrin has a high Glycemic Index (GI, how fast carbs are processed), and the Oats a low GI. This balance ensures a quick release of energy, but also a sustained continuous release of energy for several hours, resulting in a balanced energy level.


Feed uses isomaltulose and is slightly higher in sugars than Queal.


The protein used in Queal is whey protein. This is derived from the cheese-making process. It provides you with a full amino acid profile (building blocks of protein). The protein in Feed comes from soy protein. 



Both Queal and Feed are made from real food. They use different ingredients, both make a complete meal. And both have their own vitamin & mineral mix that tops up the micronutrients where needed.


Ingredients Feed: Gluten-free Oatmeal, Vegetable fat, Isomaltulose, Soy protein, Minerals, Flavour (6 variations), Acacia Fibre.


Ingredients Queal: Scottish Oats, Whey Protein, Soy Flour, Vegetable Oil, Inulin, Vitamin & Mineral Mix, Flavour (10 variations) & Sweetener


Notably, Queal has chosen to use Maltodextrin as a source of carbohydrates. And Feed has chosen Isomaltulose. Queal uses a little bit of flavouring and sweetener for an optimal taste experience.

Non-nutritional considerations

Queal and Feed are in friendly competition for selling the most amounts of meals to people all over the world. But the real competitor is malnutrition and the bad food habits that have taken over western countries.


Although everyone wants to eat a healthy meal, time constraints, knowledge or just plain laziness were barriers for people to change their habits. With Queal and Feed you know that you can have a complete meal at any time.

Queal 4.0 Standard  Feed 
Made in NL Made in FR
Delivery throughout EU & US Delivery in EU
Offers a variety of flavours and diets Offers variety of flavours and one diet
from €1.35 per 500 kcal from €2.31 per 500 kcal

We believe a great strength of Queal is the variety of products we offer. Not only can you choose from a wide range of flavours, you can also choose from 3 diet types. Queal recognises not everybody is the same, and different people have different dietary needs. This is why Queal offers three different variations of their recipe. Standard (2100kcal), Lite (1800kcal), and Athletic (2300kcal with higher % protein).

To Summarise

We are, of course, fans of Queal and its great products. We truly believe it offers an excellent choice in quick, complete, and affordable nutrition. After all, that’s a reason we created it in the first place!


But in the end, it’s your choice and responsibility to pick the best option out there for you. We’d love for you to try Queal, and even compare it with the other options in the market. Find out for yourself which you’d prefer. We’re betting you’ll come back to us soon enough.