Primal Kitchen® Introduces Collagen Fuel Drink at Expo West 2017
Primal Kitchen® is thrilled to introduce our Chocolate and Vanilla Collagen Fuel protein drinks, the perfect solution to flavorfully add collagen to your diet and enhance your body’s natural ability to repair joints, tendons, and muscles, and to support healthy skin, hair, and nails.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, found in skin, hair, nails, connective tissue, muscles, cartilage, and tendons. Unfortunately, as we age our natural collagen production declines, and in the process our skin starts to sag, our joints start to ache, and our ability to recover from injury starts to slow. Supplementing with a tasty collagen-fueled protein drink can help boost your body’s production of collagen.
CEO Mark Sisson explains, “Until very recently, the only decent sources of collagen protein were bone broth and a handful of unflavored, powdered collagen or gelatin supplements. I was consuming so much of it that I wanted to find a way to make it taste really great. So once again, I headed to the Primal Kitchen R&D lab (my own kitchen where the first versions of just about everything we make are created) with my team to design a collagen delivery system that would not only taste amazing, but also meet my strict ingredient requirements. We set out to create a fabulous tasting powdered collagen drink mix that would deliver 20 grams per serving of collagen protein from grass-fed, pasture-raised cows. And we succeeded!”
Primal Kitchen Collagen Fuel is a finalist in New Hope’s NEXTY Award, up for best new animal-based product. The NEXTY Awards from New Hope highlight brands that are the most progressive, innovative, inspiring and trustworthy products in the natural products industry. And, Primal Kitchen Collagen Fuel has that, and then some. In addition to the 20 grams of collagen per serving, Primal Kitchen Collagen Fuel nourishes with healthy fat from coconut oil, beneficial prebiotic fiber for digestive health, and is free of sugar, dairy, whey, and gluten.