Is there any update on Soylent Bar?


#1

It’s been over three months since the last update on Soylent Bar was released (link). Has any progress been made in the past three months?

-Concerned customer who has eaten a good number of Soylent Bars.


#2

I would like an update too I’m also curious if they solved the vitamin deficiencies in coffiest or if they have decided to just leave it as is. I noticed on all the new Soylent 2.0 boxes they mark them 20% nutrition. However Coffiest is labeled engineerd nutrition…


#3

They are being reformulated.


#4

Are you referring to Soylent Bar or Soylent Coffiest? Details are welcomed.


#5

Coffiest has been fixed and the fix will be entering production soon. Bars are also almost done with reformulation.


#6

How does the fix affect the taste?


#7

No :yum: The fix was complicated and required working with several top food labs around the country.


#8

I’m not a customer of yours (being based in the U.K.) but it’s really great you guys are taking such steps to improve the product - best of luck with it.


#9

Looks like Bars are shipping now.


#10

I got excited. Then I checked my Soylent page. I got sad.

What gives??


#11

That is a glitch. There are ZERO bars in our warehouse.


#12

You sure?

It looks like I’m being charged for Bars.


#13

Even though I don’t like the name, I like the label design of the Soylent Bar package. If they could get a place on the store shelve or by the grocery store checkout, it would really stand out. The thought of being able to grab a true meal replacement bar instead of a candy bar would probably cause all the Soylent Bars to be sold out long before the M&M’s, Doritos and junk foods that people had to grab when they were hungry.


#14

There are multiple changes coming with the bar relaunch. I think you’ll be happy with the changes.


#15

I better be :angry:


#16

Please make it 400 calories


#17

I can confirm it won’t be 400 kcal.


#18

Do the changes include a lower price tag?


#19

I am going to guess multiple flavors and the removal of the offending ingredient that caused the gastric distress. Same price, same calories.


#20

That would be correct.