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News Of The Week: Grenade does a brownie and Animal goes without a pack

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It’s that time of the week again where we bring together some of the biggest stories from the past seven days to make sure you don’t miss anything. We saw a number of interesting products this week, including the first-ever, non-pack pill product from the hardcore company behind Animal Pak.

Primeval Labs reveals details for Isolit, its new protein flavor king

Primeval Labs has launched its first ever protein powder with the high-quality, whey isolate powered Isolit. It claims to be the new king of flavor and comes in five flavor options with Coco Mint, Chocolate Milk, Diner Vanilla, Orange Creamsicle, and Caramel Latte.

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Grenade makes its Carb Killa Brownie available worldwide

Grenade has unleashed its incredibly delicious looking Carb Killa Brownie. The product is true to its name, being a protein-packed, brownie style bar. If it’s anything like the brand’s legendary Carb Killa bars, the Carb Killa Brownie will likely taste quite amazing.

MHP completely unveils its pre-workout rush Hyper Crush

The veteran supplement company MHP, is coming out with an all-new pre-workout competitor called Hyper Crush. To build some hype, the brand has revealed the formula behind the product including 1.5g of α-ketoglutaric acid to help increase training volume.

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Animal Energy built for anytime energy, focus and mood for only $10

Animal Energy is the latest supplement from the brand behind the iconic multi-vitamin, Animal Pak. Animal Energy is its first non-pack pill product designed to deliver increased energy, focus, and mood, all in just a single capsule serving and at a very strong price point.

All-new Real Good Pizza featuring a crust made of cauliflower

The maker of the delicious, chicken crust Real Good Pizza, has launched a new protein pizza that uses a very different ingredient. The latest creation from the company is a pizza that uses cauliflower for its crust, providing a massive 68g to 80g of protein per pizza.

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