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Alpro Go On Blackcurrant

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Enjoy a pick-me-up any time during your busy day with Alpro Go On Blackcurrant; the new plant-based alternative to strained yogurt. A delicious thick, smooth texture layered on top of tart blackcurrant and packed with soya protein to keep you going throughout the day!


  • High in plant protein
  • Thick smooth texture
  • Refreshing taste
  • 100% plant based
  • Sitting on a layer of delicious blackcurrant
  • A source of calcium, just like strained yogurt. Contains vitamins B12 and D.


Water, Hulled soya beans (13,9%), Blackcurrant (9.7%), Sugar, Stabilisers (Pectin, Guar gum), Acidity regulators (Sodium citrate, Citric acid, Malic acid), Maize starch, Beetroot juice out of concentrated juice, Calcium (Tri-calciumcitrate), Natural flavouring, Sea salt, Carrot concentrate, Antioxidants (Tocopherol-rich extract, Fatty acid esters of ascorbic acid), Vitamins (B12, D2), Yogurt cultures (S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus)


energy 342 kJ / 81 kcal
fat 2.8 g
of which saturates 0.5 g
mono-unsaturates 0.6 g
polyunsaturates 1.7 g
carbohydrate 7.5 g
of which sugars 7.5 g
fibre 2.0 g
protein 5.1 g
salt 0.28 g
vitamin D 0.75 μg 15%*
vitamin B12 0.38 μg 15%*
vitamin E 1.0 mg 8%*
calcium 96 mg 12%*

% of the nutrient reference values (NRVs)

lactose: nil

RI table (150 g)

energy 122 kcal 6%*
fat 4.2 g 6%*
saturates 0.8 g 4%*
sugars 11.3 g 13%*
salt 0.42 g 7%*

*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)


May contain traces of almonds and hazelnuts. Contains soya. Free from dairy and gluten.

Where to buy


from the pack with fruit with cereal

Our body needs protein.. and quite a lot of it!

Alpro Go On is packed with high quality plant protein, because soya naturally contains high levels of protein. Proteins help maintain a healthy muscle mass and contribute to muscle maintenance.

Our body needs protein.. and quite a lot of it!

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Alpro plant based alternative to yogurt