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Quest is making good on its promise that it’s not just a protein bar company. They kicked off 2016 by releasing one of their most popular protein powders to date, Cookies & Cream. After that the company went into overdrive, launching Quest Labs and introducing the world to three new flavors of Quest Bars (two of which are already out, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip and Blueberry Muffin), a line of high-fat, low-carb Keto products, and the almost-too-good-to-be-true Protein Tortilla Chips. Rumor has it they don’t plan on slowing down any time soon.
Here’s a list of what we know is coming from Quest through their advance taste-testing hub and excitement generator, Quest Labs. Will all of these make it out before the end of the year? Let us know your thoughts below:
This was one of the first products introduced to Quest Labs, so it’s a pretty safe bet that this is the third bar coming by the end of the year from Quest. If they keep with their same release schedule between Oatmeal Chocolate Chip and Blueberry Muffin, expect to see this in your favorite fitness food joints sometime in November.
These tasty little bites of protein snuck their way into Quest Labs with better taste, texture and crunch than the previous formula. Feedback from members of Quest Labs was strong, so you can probably bet you’ll see this new recipe hitting store shelves in the near future.
This was in Quest Labs as Protein Crunch, but after a name change, it looks like we’ll be getting this sweet, crunchy breakfast bar soon! In Quest Labs there were five flavors to choose from, but rumor has it, only three of those will be making their way to store shelves. These bars are totally different from Quest Bars, but still have the same high protein, low sugar nutritional profile as the flagship protein bar with half the calories. The secret star here is the sweetener Allulose, it’s a sweetener that occurs in nature in figs, raisins and syrup, but only has a fraction of the caloric content of actual sugar. Seriously, though, when you bite into a Beyond Cereal Bar, you’ll think it’s junk food – and it’s not!
This one is a long shot for a release anytime soon, but don’t count it out! It was introduced to Quest Labs in the middle of September and sold out on the same day. This is one of the “natural” Quest Bars that uses no artificial sweeteners, only stevia and erythritol. The bar tastes like a mocha latte with a cookie crunch and chocolate chunks. It’s a taste that should complement the growing line of Quest Bars nicely since it’s a flavor fans have been asking for years.
This is another mystery release date, but it looks like Quest developed a protein powder that tastes like the milk at the bottom of your cereal bowl – perfect for your pre and post morning workout. Expect excellent taste and equally impressive macros.
If you aren’t in Quest Labs and haven’t tried these, you’re missing out. These little triangle masterpieces have the same crunch, texture and flavor of leading tortilla snack chips, but are made of protein…seriously, they’re a game-changer and the sooner we get them in our cabinets the better.
Quest is dedicated to creating a full-on line of ketogenic meals and snacks – the good news? They’re winning. Hits like the Keto Snaps (think Cheesy Cracker bites), Keto Cups, Keto Chocolate and Keto Crackers are just the tip of the fat iceberg. They recently launched QuestKeto.com – there you can buy frozen meals, desserts and keto foods making it the perfect time to adopt a ketogenic diet.
This is everything we know of so far, but keep in mind, some of these products may make it out sooner than others and some may go back to the labs to perfect the recipe. But the fact is, it’s a great time to eat toward you goals with Quest.
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