Soylent 2.0 flavors


#1

Got some of the “original” flavor 2.0 today…


#2

So ugly. It’s bad all around, but if you’re going down this route, don’t put the RTD text too high like that.


#3

Just noticed in the ingredients… natural coffee flavor, coffee powder, alkalized cocoa powder…

Uhm. Oops. Sounds like a different product.


#4

Nutrition label doesn’t match Coffiest, though. Friggin’ amateurs.


#5

Coffiest sells for a premium… Will other flavors of 2.0 also cost more? I don’t believe any of the competing products charge a premium for flavors.


#6

Yes, that is the trend.


#7

Just tried my first bottle of my new “Original” flavor shipment (Expiration Date of 10/20/2017). It seems thicker with a more pronounced Graham Cracker taste.


#8

As someone else already pointed out… Natural Coffee Flavor? WTH!? Are they just putting a generic ingredient list on the back for all of the Soylent Drink product lines?


#9

This means a pause on 2.0 shipments while they fix their labels. Oi.


#10

I hope the poor sap that does Q&A for RL reads this and knows we feel your pain!


#11

Interesting. Original now comes with L-theanne?


#12

No, they (mis-)labeled original with Coffiest ingredients.


#13

are you sure the above photo isn’t a photoshop?
Mislabelled food requires a recall.


#14

We are correcting the issue on our end. There won’t be any recall.


#15

They will just slap a new label with the correct ingredients over the incorrect labeling.


#16

Hey Conor - is customer safety really your number one priority?
You are judged by your actions not your words.


#17

This is the step we are taking.


#18

Yeah. Wonder why they didn’t do that with Coffiest though.


#19

For product which hasn’t left the warehouse re-labelling is fine.
Not recalling product which has been sent to customers and is incorrectly labelled seems negligent.


#20

I could see this if the error was that of omission (an ingredient not listed). But that’s not the case. I doubt anyone will be harmed by the lack of coffee flavorings.