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Alpro Go On Strawberry Raspberry

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Enjoy a pick-me-up any time during your busy day with Alpro Go On strawberry raspberry; the new plant-based alternative to strained yogurt. A delicious thick, smooth texture layered on top of tasty strawberries and raspberries 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 strawberry and raspberry
  • Naturally low in fat


Water, Hulled SOYA beans (13.5%), Fruits (10%) (Strawberries (5%), Raspberries (5%)), Sugar, Stabilisers (Pectin, Guar gum), Starch, Calcium (Tri-calciumcitrate), Acidity regulators (Sodium citrate, Citric acid), Natural flavourings, Sea salt, Beetroot juice out of concentrated juice, Carrot concentrate, Antioxidants (Tocopherol-rich extract, Fatty acid esters of ascorbic acid), Vitamins (B12, D2), Yogurt cultures (S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus)


energy 359 kJ / 85 kcal
fat 2.8g
of which saturates 0.5g
mono-unsaturates 0.6g
polyunsaturates 1.7g
carbohydrate 8.8g
of which sugars 8.2g
fibre 1.2g
protein 5.1g
salt 0.31g
vitamin D 0.75 µg15%*
vitamin B12 0.38 µg15%*
vitamin E 1.0 mg8%*
calcium 96 mg15%*

(*) = 15% of the nutrient reference values (NRVs)

lactose: nil

RI table (150g)

energy 128kcal 6%*
fat 4.2g 6%*
saturates 0.8g 4%*
sugars 12.3g 14%*
salt 0.47g 8%*

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


May contain traces of nuts (no peanuts). Contains soy. Free from dairy and gluten.

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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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