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Nutritech Protein Hot Chocolate

Nutritech Protein Hot Chocolate

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R99.00
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Product Info

Indulge and satisfy your cravings, instantly, with the NEW Protein Hot-Chocolate from NUTRITECH.

This new high protein instant decadent hot chocolate offers an on-the-go, easy and delicious solution to satisfy your cravings without compromising on quality and health benefits. Sugar free, guilt free, low fat, high protein indulgence!

Sugar free, guilt free, low fat, high protein indulgence!

• HIGH PROTEIN DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE DRINK

• NO SUGAR ADDED

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 20 g (approx. 2 scoops)
Servings per Container: 10

 Amount Per Serving %NRV*
Energy (kJ)347
Energy (kcal)83
Protein (g)814%
Glycaemic carbohydrate (g)8
of which total sugar (g)5,6
of which sucrose (g)0
of which lactose (g)3
of which mono-and disaccharides2
of which fructose (g)0,6
Total Fat (g)2,3
of which saturated fat (g)1,7
of which monounsaturated fat (g)0,4
of which polyunsaturated fat (g)0,1
of which cholesterol (mg)7,3
Dietary fibre (g)3,4
Total sodium (mg)124
Calcium (mg)1088%
Magnesium (mg)4210%
Phosphorous (mg)3783%
 
*NRV: South African nutrient reference values for individuals 4 years and older
Ingredients

Protein blend (milk protein, whey protein concentrate), cocoa powder, vegetable fat powder (glucose syrup, palmkernel oil), thickener (xanthan gum), sea salt and non-nutritive sweetener (sucralose)

ALLERGEN INFORMATION

Contains: Milk, Whey and Lactose

Manufactured in a facility that uses eggs, cow’s milk, soy, wheat (gluten), peanuts and tree nuts.

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Directions

• Mix 2 scoops (±20 g) with 250ml cold or hot milk.

• Stir well till powder is fully dissolved and drink.

• Hot or cold water can be used as alternative to milk.

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