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We thought about your food so you wouldn't have to.

Soylent is a complete meal — affordable, sustainable, and satisfying. We engineer our ever-evolving products to deliver convenient nutrition when you need it. If you’ve ever missed a meal, eaten something regrettable in the throes of hangry, or had no time to eat, Soylent is for you.

In a world with a rapidly growing population, and rapidly diminishing resources, we all need access to nutrition that is cost-effective and easy to consume. We’re pro-GMO, pro-sustainability, and ready to change how the world thinks about food. Read more about our mission and vision here.

What's in Soylent?

Soylent is engineered nutrition. We carefully and purposefully choose each ingredient to offer a complete meal in every bottle of Ready-to-Drink Soylent and each scoop of Soylent Powder. So what do you get?

20 grams of protein

Soy protein isolate provides a smooth texture and robust amino acid profile.

Slow-burning carbs

A slow-metabolizing disaccharide synthesized from beets offers sustained energy without the spikes of refined sugar.

21 grams of fats

High oleic sunflower oil is a high-quality source of monounsaturated fats and contains 0g of trans fat per serving.

28 vitamins + minerals

Each serving of Soylent provides an array of micronutrients.

You may have guessed, but the plant-based protein in Soylent is from soy. After extensive research, we chose soy because of its bioavailability (i.e. it’s easily absorbed by the digestive system) and because soy takes fewer resources to produce than other proteins. Additionally, soy protein isolate’s smooth texture creates an optimal flavor profile.

Isomaltulose is one of our main carbohydrate sources because it offers sustained energy without the energy spikes associated with refined sugar.

The fats in Soylent help maintain a low glycemic index, create a more satisfying mouthfeel in our drinks, and keep you feeling full until your next mealtime — plus, they provide 500mg of omega-3s.

If that’s still not enough nutritional info for you, we’ve got more details in our FAQ. We believe in transparency, so if you’ve got any questions about Soylent, don’t hesitate to contact us at info@soylent.com. Please direct any press inquiries to press@soylent.com.

Why drink Soylent?

If you’ve ever skipped a meal, made a compromised nutritional choice, or forgotten your lunch at home, you’ve been in a food void. “Food Void” is our way of describing the place where you’re stuck eating something you’ll likely regret or when you don’t eat at all. Soylent is the easy, affordable, delicious solution to help you avoid food voids.

And Soylent is better for the planet. Unlike other meal replacement drinks, Soylent offers a comprehensive nutritional makeup and our protein is plant-based! Meaning it takes fewer resources to produce than drinks with animal-based proteins like whey or casein.

How do I use Soylent?

Have Soylent on hand whenever you’re about to miss a meal or need a snack between meals. With our flexible subscription plans, you’ll save money and get Soylent shipped to your door every month. Or grab Soylent on the go from a participating retailer.

Get involved with the Soylent community! Show us how you use Soylent by posting to social with #FueledBySoylent and #SoylentPioneer.

Our Stance on Sustainability

Soylent was born out of the desire to use science and technology to offer sustainable and nutrient dense products that could be accessible to everyone.  Researchers have shown that one way to reduce the impact of global warming is to restrict the consumption of animal products. We are committed to being a plant-based company that does not compromise sustainability in our effort to provide accessible, appealing, and affordable nutrition to all.

Learn more about our recent in-depth Life Cycle Analysis here.

Where Can I Get Soylent?

Pick up Soylent right here at Soylent.ca — either as a one-time purchase or with a subscription. 

*Source: Abundance: The Future Is Better than You Think, Peter Diamandis & Steve Kotler

**Source: National Geographic, “Feed the World”