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Following the huge success of its renowned range of high protein bars, flapjacks and supplements, the leading sports nutrition brand, Warrior®, is expanding its portfolio to include the new Warrior® Protein Cookie.

This latest addition is a delicious, soft-baked cookie, packed with 15g of high-quality protein and only 2.8g of sugar, enjoyed either as a pre or post workout treat or just us a healthy sweet snack.

A great option for those with a sweet tooth, the Warrior Protein Cookies are suitable for vegetarians and available in three mouth-watering flavours: Double Chocolate, Raspberry and White Chocolate and Salted Caramel. Bursting with delicious crispy pieces to give an irresistible crunch, each Warrior® Protein Cookie contains 221 calories, making it the go-to snack for health-conscious individuals.

Warrior® Protein Cookies will be listed in ASDA stores across the UK as they continue to expand their Warrior offering; yet another achievement for KBF Enterprises, owner of Warrior, who are on track to achieve £35m in sales in 2023.

Kieran Fisher, Founder of Warrior and KBF Enterprises®, comments; “We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of product innovation and we’re excited to introduce Warrior Protein Cookies to the market, making healthy snacking accessible to more and more people throughout the UK.”

“We are confident this new addition will excite new and existing customers and further solidify our position as leaders in the healthy snacking market, reaching an ever-growing demographic of customers looking for healthy and convenient snacks that offer something unique.”

Warrior® is owned by KBF Enterprises® and was created with a single purpose in mind – to improve the athletic performance and mental focus of those who consume them. Their aim is to help those from all walks of life with any challenge they may have, whether it be a hardcore training session, workplace meeting or student assignment.

may have, whether it be a hardcore training session, workplace meeting or student assignment.

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