Kaged Protein Bar is Coming: 176 Versions and Counting

Kaged Protein Bar

Kaged is on version 176 of their protein bar… with a final product on the horizon.

We recently had Kaged co-founder and product development expert Brian Rand on episode #081 of the PricePlow Podcast to talk about the much-awaited release of Kaged Mindset, a unique nootropic formula containing Cereboost, a novel new brain-boosting ingredient derived from American ginseng.

One of the most interesting tidbits we picked up from Brian is the ongoing initiative over at Kaged to come out with a protein bar, which is a sorely-missed gap in the Kaged product line. They take development seriously: by current count, they’re on version 176 of the protein bar over a 2-year period.

The most important problem they’re trying to solve is keeping their bars tasting fresh. Brian won’t even taste test bars that have been sitting on the shelf for a month. Kaged’s goal: a protein bar that will last for 6 months on the shelves. See this clip from the podcast episode for yourself:

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There’s no set date for its release yet, but we could not be any more amped for this one. It’s shaping up to be an exciting year at Kaged.

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PricePlow is a team of supplement industry veterans that include medical students, competitive strength athletes, and scientific researchers who all became involved with dieting and supplements out of personal need.

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