Sanitarium releases limited-edition peanut butter flavoured ‘Up & Go’ drink
Up & Go is marketed as a breakfast alternative for those who do not have the time to sit down and eat. The beverage usually comes in several standard flavours including chocolate, strawberry, vanilla and caramel. Low sugar and gluten-free options are available and Sanitarium says Up & Go has “the protein, energy and fibre of 2 Weet-Bix and milk in every 250ml serve”.
The new peanut butter flavour has a 4.5 health star rating on the Federal Government’s Health Star Rating System. Up & Go’s other flavours have also be given a 4.5 star rating.
The peanut butter flavoured Up & Go is available now through Coles supermarkets Australia wide for packs of three 250ml servings.
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