Fuel 10K, our new Protein Product Range @ Starbucks
Often mistaken for a running distance, the “10K” is actually linked to the theory of practice by Dr Malcolm Gladwell from his book “Outliers”. The brand name is shortened from FUEL your 10k hours. The theory goes that it takes 10,000 hours of quality practice, 10K hours of dedication, to become brilliant at any given pursuit. Whether you’re just starting out on the path, or looking to bag an Olympic gold, FUEL10K is here for the journey
Wondering what all the Hype around the product is about? We were too!
- High in Protein
Helps you feel fuller for longer, with an added benefit of supporting you in an effort to manage your weight by filling you up; proven to improve your mood and stabilise blood sugar levels, promotes healthy brain function and learning (always good when you're studying for a big exam!), helps to maintain strong bones and muscles (for all those sports societies you're inovlved in!) and promotes a healthy heart
- Vegetarian / Vegan
All of the Fuel 10k products are suitable for vegetarians, along with a number of vegan friendly options which are registered with the Vegan Society!
Vegan Approved - All granolas, peanut butters, double chocolate oat cookies and granola pots.
For more detail please check out the Fuel 10K website - www.fuel10k.com
Or better yet, why not pop in to Starbucks, try them yourselves and let us know what you think!
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