Nutrimuscle pays particular attention to its aromas. It is for this reason that we wanted to tell you more and present them to you in detail.
All about Nutrimuscle aromas
Nutrimuscle uses only plant flavors. This unlike others who use chemicals to provide a candy flavor to their proteins. Indeed, many uninformed consumers think that if their protein tastes good, it's because it's high quality.
The truth is quite different: a protein that is outrageously reminiscent of the good desserts normally forbidden to athletes only means one thing: it contains many chemicals.
No exaggerated flavors in our proteins
At Nutrimuscle, there are no exaggerated aromas reminiscent of the taste of children's chewing gum. We rely on the taste value of our aromas rather than on an excess of perfume hiding a lack of quality.
On the other hand, none of the raw materials used by Nutrimuscle has undergone ionizing treatment. This of course includes aromas.
The different Nutrimuscle flavors
Nutrimuscle plays on transparency, here is how each of the flavors is made:
Organic chocolate flavor
It comes from a real lean organic defatted cocoa, produced by NEDERLAND, a renowned chocolatier who has been making chocolate since 1935. Thanks to cocoa, the brown color is natural, so it does not come from artificial coloring.
Since 2019 we only use organic cocoa in the development of our chocolate flavored recipes.
It contains a double source of aroma from ROBERTET, a French company created in 1850, which is today one of the world leaders in aromatic products.
One aroma is composed of vanilla cream, the other of vanilla bean. These are also the pods that explain the presence of tiny black dots on the white vanilla background.
The strawberry taste is obtained thanks to concentrated strawberry juice from ROBERTET. The pink color comes from beet juice concentrate.
The banana taste comes from a mixture of aromatic substances from ROBERTET, identical to natural aromatic banana extracts. The yellow color is obtained thanks to the extract of a plant widely used in cooking: turmeric.
Nutrimuscle relies on the taste value of its aromas rather than on an excess of perfume hiding a lack of quality.