Vitasoy USA Introduces Vitasoy Complete

Vitasoy Complete is low in fat and low in carbs

Mar 1, 2005

Vitasoy USA of Ayer, Massachusetts, is offering what it calls “the first fiber-smart, calcium-smart, calorie-smart and carb-smart soymilk.”

Vitasoy Complete offers lower carbs, calories and fat than other soymilks and is fortified with fiber, calcium and vitamins A, D and B12.

“Not only is Vitasoy Complete nutritionally balanced, but with its low glycemic index it helps manage fluctuations in blood glucose levels,” says a recent news release from the company.

Vitasoy Complete is available in stores throughout the United States and Canada in both original and vanilla flavors.


Nutrition Facts

  Vitasoy Complete Original Soymilk Vitasoy Complete Vanilla Soymilk
Calories 70 70
Fat 2 g 2 g
Saturated fat 0 g 0 g
Carbohydrate 6 g 8 g
Protein 6 g 4 g
Calcium 30% daily value 30% daily value

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