Mark Dain Apparently Joylent ( ) is a thing for us Europeans. Have you seen this?
Martijn Joylent was brought to my attention on Facebook before. I have now translated the answer I gave there into English for public posting:
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Mark Dain I think some of the immaturity has since gone away as the company has grown but I can understand people avoiding them for the lack of professionalism. I did notice that in some of their early videos. People on /r/Soylent seem to vouch for them so I took a gamble and bought some. I'll make a vlog when it arrives. It would be really nice to have Soylent/similar in Europe.
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Martijn If they can get their nutrition worked out, and get regulators to actually test and evaluate their product, then I am in. But I would like to go 100% Soylent if I am to make the switch, and switching to something untested is not an option for me. I don't feel like being a guinea pig that way. I found another one in Finland, Ambronite, and they "strongly discourage anybody to eat only Ambronite for a prolonged period of time". Soylent is well tested and approved, hard to beat.
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