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Protein Drink - Vanilla Strawberry Organic, 550g

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Protein Drink - Vanilla Strawberry Organic, 550g

Purya Protein Drink - Vanilla Strawberry it's of course vegan and rich in proteins - a chocolaty treat!

The tasty protein drink with valuable organic ingredients! Ideal before and after exercises. The delicious meal replacement blocks hunger and provides your body with essential nutrients.

» Rich in proteins and high fiber content
» Without Lactose and for vegetarians and vegans a treat
» The powder mix can be used for a nutrient protein drink
» also be added to cereals or smoothies


53.3% protein mix (hemp protein powder, pumpkin protein powder, sunflower protein powder), strawberry powder (11.3%), sprouted quinoa, sprouted flax seed, coconut blossom sugar, Agave powder, natural vanilla flavor (2%) *certified organic agriculture

May contain traces of gluten-containing grains, lupine, soybeans, nuts and sesame seeds.
Nutritional values per
Energy value 1,604 kJ / 384 kcal
Total Fat 9,1 g
Carbohydrates 35,8 g
- of which sugar 22,9 g
Fibre 11,7 g
Protein 34,2 g
Salt 1,3 g


(translated by google The mission: We only sell what we ourselves like to eat! Specializing in vegan proteins and high-quality organic products we develop mixtures for athletes, active and healthy, organic food. Together we will track innovative as possible locally based agricultural company with sustainable methods provide our raw materials. Together with experts produces mixtures, it has never been seen and do the people well. Manufactured and tested in Germany and Austria is PUR YA! for the highest quality organic and claim. The criteria for the selection of our products BIO Vegan lactose Free Gluten Free Raw, if possible Without additives and sweeteners Review

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.