Protein powder brand Chike Nutrition announces launch of new line of Naturally Sweetened Protein Iced Coffee sweetened with Reb M and organic cane sugar; product comes in three flavors: Caramel Macchiato, Caffè Mocha and Vanilla Latte

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October 17, 2023 (press release) –

The initial release features the brand’s three top flavors, Caramel Macchiato, Caffè Mocha, and Vanilla Latte, for better-for-you beverages sweetened with Reb M and organic cane sugar.

Chike Nutrition introduces its new line of Naturally Sweetened Protein Iced Coffee sweetened with Reb M and organic cane sugar, delivering a delicious taste with zero artificial ingredients. Since 2015, Chike Nutrition has been making their delicious protein iced coffee that makes the perfect breakfast booster, pre-or post-workout snack, or anytime pick-me-up.

Chike Nutrition is the #2 fastest-growing company in protein powder brands in grocery stores, known for being the original protein coffee and first to market in 2015. Since the beginning, Chike Nutrition’s goal has always been to meet the customer where they are at in their health journey while providing something that tastes just as good, if not better, than the alternative. With now over 10 core flavors, customers can find the perfect flavor profile that they are looking for.

“Enjoying protein iced coffee this fall has gotten a whole lot sweeter, yet still healthy!” said Chike Director of Marketing Mac Mascorro. “Coffee lovers can easily make a better-for-you beverage from our natural line without compromising taste. Simply add two scoops to 10 ounces of water or milk, shake or blend, then pour over ice for the best overall flavor.”

Chike's natural line is non-GMO and ideal for people sensitive to artificial sweeteners while providing a healthy and flavorful alternative to sugary coffeehouse drinks. The initial launch includes a new take on the brand's top three flavors: Caramel Macchiato, Caffè Mocha, and Vanilla Latte, featuring 20 grams of non-GMO whey protein and two shots of real espresso. . Each serving is less than 130 calories with only three grams of sugar.

“Chike Nutrition helps people make one healthy decision they can feel good about in their daily routines,” added Mascorro. “The single-serve packets are perfect for taking their favorite flavor with them wherever they go - vacation, gym, work - and making a fresh iced coffee when the urge to re-energize strikes.”

Each flavor of Chike Natural Protein Iced Coffee is available in 14-serving bags and single-serve packets. You can try all three flavors with their Sampler Pack that sells for only $10.95. For more information, visit


About Chike Nutrition:

Chike Nutrition is coffee’s favorite protein with your health in mind. The brand creates 10 customer-favorite flavors for iced protein coffee that take less than a minute to make for a delicious boost of protein and espresso! Follow them on Instagram @ilikechike.

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