Rosa Foods, the makers of Soylent, today announced a 100,000 meal donation to New York partners, Island Harvest Food Bank and City Harvest, as part of their #SoylentForGood initiative. Soylent's mission is to eliminate unhealthy, unsustainable, and expensive food voids. This donation marks a significant step in Soylent's campaign to raise awareness about food insecurity and to address the issues surrounding our food supply throughout the country and across the world.
Soylent Donates 100,000 Meals to Local New York Food Charities as Part of #SoylentForGood
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Soylent Re-Enters Bar Market With Soylent Squared
Soylent now sells solid snack bars
Soylent is leaving liquids behind as it journeys deeper into the packaged food business with a selection of snack-sized bars.
The 100-calorie bar has 5 grams of plant protein, 36 nutrients and probiotics for digestive health. Snack bars come in three flavors — chocolate brownie, citrus berry and salted caramel.