Soylent, a company all about innovation, nutrition, and functionality, will now be sold at over 1,850 Kroger stores! This expansion is the largest to date from Soylent.

Back in 2013, Soylent was founded by CEO Rob Rhinehart, who wished to develop an efficient food source that provided access to substantial nutrition throughout the entire nation. They also use science and technology to solve current issues within the food system. Some of their plant-based products include Soylent Drinks, coffee products, and nutritional protein powder.

This company has been making big moves over the last year. It is being sold in over 10,000 stores across the U.S. including Walmart, 7-Eleven, and now Amazon.

Melody Connor, responsible for Soylent sales, says that they have devised strategic retail partnerships to provide the growing need for complete nutrition at an affordable price.

Kroger, the largest retailer in the country, is upping their plant-based offerings by providing their consumers with access to a niche product that checks both convenient and nutrient boxes. Kroger may be looking to further dip their toes into the plant-based market because currently 17% of American consumers are adhering to a mostly plant-based diet.

The hopes of this retailer is to provide their customers with more plant-based options, while marketing a product like Soylent that offers 20% of your daily nutritional requirements of vitamins and minerals, and also packs 20 grams of plant-fueled protein.

With the success of the 7-Eleven launch already blooming, we hope that Soylent meal replacements do just as well at Kroger retailers!

Are you looking for a quick, make ahead vegan meal replacement?

If you are on the go and do not have access to Soylent products, we have you covered with fast meal replacements. Try some of these recipes from our Food Monster App to maintain your nutritional profile even when you’re extra busy.

Chewy Good-For-You Granola Bars

These granola bars are loaded with fiber, protein, and other vitamins from rolled oats, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, cacao nibs, Medjool dates, almonds, peanuts, and chia seeds. They will keep you satiated all day long and can easily be made ahead so you can grab one and go!

Superpower Protein Balls

These protein balls come together in the food processor in minutes, and are an excellent high protein snack to take to work or school. They are chalk full of nuts, seeds, and vanilla protein powder.

Chocolate Strawberry Almond Protein Smoothie 

This smoothie is an amazing option for a filling, high-protein breakfast when you have very limited time. Chocolate protein powder bulks it up, while maca powder and hemp seeds offer more complex nutritional benefits.

For more high protein meal ideas, check out this article. We also recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 10,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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