cinnamon & banana split


3 crushed bananas (29%)


¾ of a crushed pear (15%)


1 crushed fig (5%)


3½ pressed apples

12 peeled acai berries

a squeeze of lemon juice


some chai spices infusion

Nutrition information

  per 100ml per serving (250ml)
Energy 260kJ (62.1kcal) 650kJ (155.4kcal)
Fat 0g 0g
 of which saturates 0g 0g
Carbohydrate 14g 35g
 of which sugars 12g 30g
Fibre 1.1g 2.8g
Protein 0.7g 1.8g
Salt 0g 0g
Vitamin C 22mg (28% NRV) 55mg (69% NRV)

NRV = Nutrient Reference Value

Energy Sugars
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155.4kcal 30g
8% 33%

250ml as a % of the reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/ 2 000 kcal)
Have a look at the backs of our bottles for full nutritional information.

cinnamon & banana split

There are some strange rules around what you can and can’t eat together. Take peanut butter. It’s great on bread but a bit weird on a breadstick. Then there’s cranberry sauce. Socially acceptable with a Christmas dinner but not much else. Thankfully our team of blenders know exactly what’s what. They’ve taken creamy bananas, sticky figs, sweet pears and fruity acai, then blended them with warming cinnamon to create this tasty little treat. Rule blenders.

  • a delicious blend of fruit and cinnamon
  • 1 of your 5 a day
  • a source of vitamin C