Has anyone had the Unflavoured to compare the new flavours to?
I've only had unflavoured and find it fine.
They certainly have a very healthy profit margin when competitors can sell near identical products for less than half the price, though most of it probably goes into their advertising budget.Their customer services really are good and it makes you wonder just how much money they make on their products when they can give £60 worth of them away for free.
They will all have some minor differences in ingredients and flavours but one isn't better than the other. They can sell them much cheaper for two main reasons - they don't spend a fortune on marketing, and they are huge companies that sell lots of other products, so they have better economy of scale and can target lower profit margins.So what’s the difference between Huel and MyProtein/The protein works meal replacement offering?
Last I checked Huel was far more expensive? (Never buy the others at full price as they are regularly 40-60% off )
I've tried the cookies and cream black edition this month....meh, it's pretty bland. May try the cinnamon swirl, but I'll probably stick to Chocolate, Coffee Caramel, and Salted Caramel.
I've got some cinnamon swirl now....it's better than cookies and cream imo. Still fairly bland. Chocolate, and salted caramel are more interesting, I'll probably stick to them.The cinnamon swirl, which I thought would be the best flavour yet, is strangely a bit bland. But the cookies and cream is just amazing. I could live on that alone.