Quantcast

November 16, 2018

It’s finally here! The newest flavor in our Collagen Creamer lineup has made its debut. Add our Mocha Collagen Creamer to coffee for a sweet addition to your morning routine or mix it into granola or cereal for a unique spin on your favorite breakfast staples.

This versatility runs true for our fan-favorite Coconut Collagen Creamer, but there is a key difference that sets it apart from Mocha. Our new offering includes natural flavors, unlike our Coconut Collagen Creamer, which contains coconut milk powder. 

Explain Natural Flavors to Me.

For some people, products that contain “natural flavors” are synonymous with artificially generated ingredients. But this isn’t the case with our Mocha Collagen Creamer. According to the FDA, a natural flavor is one that’s derived from a “spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant material, seafood, poultry, eggs or dairy products.”

In short, natural flavors are derived from a plant or animal. Artificial flavors, on the other hand, are generated synthetically.

Where Do These Natural Flavors Come From?

While we’re unable to share where we source our natural flavors since their ingredients – like great-grandma’s spaghetti sauce recipe — are proprietary, we can confirm that the formulation is non-GMO; it also contains no artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners. Just like with the rest of our Vital Proteins products, we expect all our suppliers to comply with certain health and safety, social, environmental and business integrity requirements.

If you’re still not ready to hop on the “natural flavors” train, consider some of our other top-selling products, like Collagen Peptides, Marine Collagen and Beef Gelatin. They’re each made with one ingredient: bovine hide collagen peptides (Collagen Peptides), sustainably-sourced snapper scale collagen peptides (Marine Collagen) and bovine hide gelatin (Beef Gelatin).