In this day and age, getting both breakfast and coffee in before getting to work isn’t always possible, and if you’re like us, you’re probably opting for caffeine over food most of the time. That’s one of the reasons why Soylent has become so popular: since they started serving their breakfast blend Coffiest, which combines coffee with the vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates, and protein that the body craves first thing in the morning, customers can get both their caffeine boost and breakfast simultaneously, in one, easy to drink bottle.

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Soylent Re-Enters Bar Market With Soylent Squared

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Soylent now sells solid snack bars

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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.

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