E-hydrate's Portable Protein On-the-Go Pouches Only Need Water

By: Laura McQuarrie - May 16, 2016
References: e-hydrate & packagingdigest
Protein powder is often sold in either cost-effective tubs or single-serve packets, but a new innovation from E-hydrate makes it even easier to get protein on the go.

While single-serve packets are handy, the powdered formula typically requires that a consumer have their own drinking vessel at the ready. As a solution to this, E-hydrate developed a packaging system that can be sold off the shelf like a water bottle or a can. The pouches contain dry powders that must be combined with water before they are ready to drink. As such, the packaging is extremely convenient and lightweight.

In addition to producing regular Protein On-the-Go pouches, E-hydrate also introduced Kids Protein On-the-Go to fill a void in the market for nutritional products for kids. Reportedly, these new protein powders are able to supply more electrolytes than most sports drinks.