FX Excursions

FX Excursions offers the chance for once-in-a-lifetime experiences in destinations around the world.


by Holly Riddle

Oct 28, 2019

Ollantaytambo, Inca Fortress of the Andes’ Sacred Valley in Peru © Eduardo Huelin | Dreamstime

Products / Food/Drink

Plant-based foods are big, whether for trend or health reasons. So, Huel is making the plant-based lifestyle more attainable, thanks to its balanced and nutritional meals that can be prepared in less than a minute. Huel offers health-conscious travelers on the go ready-to-drink meals in handy bottles and in delicious flavors, while giving consumers 27 essential vitamins and minerals.


Huel currently sells in more than 80 countries and offers a variety of ready-to-drink meals and powders, including gluten-free options. Huel products contain no lactose, soy or GMOs, and start at $2.35 for 400 calories of fuel. Huel results in no food waste and counts as a full meal.


Huel’s primary concerns are expert nutrition, zero food waste, affordability, high standards and environmental friendliness. In fact, Huel was created from founder Julian Hearn’s passion to provide his clients with the tools they need to perform at their best athletically. Unfortunately, he knew these individuals needed to put a lot of time and effort into their diet in order to get the results they wanted. So, when he had a lot of clients come back to him and say they just didn’t have that much time to put in that much effort, he created Huel — a substance that would give them the results they wantedwith no prep time needed.


Currently, Huel offers its ready-to-drink meals, powders and flavor boosters. The ready-to-drink meals start at $3.71 per bottle — but you have to purchase them in bulk in order to get this price. This means your cost could go up significantly per bottle if you purchase a small quantity. A single purchase of 24 bottles comes out to $99, or $4.13 per bottle.


Currently, Huel ready-to-drink meals are available in three flavors — chocolate, vanilla and berry.


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