BREAKFAST PRODUCTS

  • High wholegrain content
  • High fiber
  • Perfect as breakfast, snack and dessert!
  • No wheatUTZ cocoa from sustainable crops

QUBS, PILLOWS AND GRANOLA – super crispy, wholegrain squares, really fruiyt pillows and a crunchy mix of flakes, nuts and fruits. They can be served in many ways – as an energetic breakfast with yogurt and fruit, for dessert, accompanied by favorite ice cream or simply as a tasty snack at any time of the day. Rich in nutritional values, they are a source of fiber, vitamins and many valuable minerals.

ENERGY GRANOLA

coconut, hazelnuts, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, bananas

Perfect combination of cereal, coconut, hazelnust, peanuts, bananas and pumpkin seeds. No wheat added. This crispy snack for any time of the day will provide your body with valuable substances such as phosphorus, iron, magnesium and copper.



PROTEIN QUBS

rye wholegrain

Wholegrain rye flakes are a good source of protein which is an extremely important nutrient. Protein has many functions in the body and contributes to the development and maintenance of muscle mass. Perfect for breakfast and as a quick snack at work. The product is suitable for vegans.



MAGNESIUM QUBS

cocoa wholegrain

High fiber content, 94% whole grain and UTZ-certified cocoa, which is a confirmation of compliance with good agricultural practices on plantations. Small squares of great power will provide the body not only with energy but also with many valuable minerals and vitamins.



ENERGY CEREAL PILLOWS WITH FRUIT FILLING

strawberry

For breakfast, for dessert, as a snack. Strawberry pillows with  high content of manganese, which helps maintain normal metabolism and healthy bones.



PROTEIN BAR

raspberry and goji

A unique bar for active people. Like other FREEYU protein bars, it contains 25% of protein, inulin and vitamin B12. It is a rich source of fiber. The addition of raspberries and dried goji berries determines the extremely original, fruity taste. The whole is complemented by a delicious, milk chocolate, which covers the protein mass.