We’re real picky at GoodBrew HQ. We don’t believe in compromising on indulgent taste or optimum nutrition, and you shouldn't have to either. That’s why every ingredient that goes into our drinks has been thoughtfully selected. Let’s give you a rundown of the magic inside every can of GoodBrew.

1. Oats: The Fiber-Rich Champion
Oats are more than just a breakfast staple; they're a nutritional powerhouse. Packed with soluble fibre, oats help lower cholesterol levels, regulate blood sugar, and promote a healthy digestive system. They also make the perfect sweet and creamy base for our lattes and mochas.

2. Cashews: Nutrient-Rich Energy Boosters
Cashews are not only a tasty snack but also a nutrient-dense source of essential minerals. Rich in healthy fats, protein, and vitamins, cashews support heart health, aid in weight management, and contribute to strong bones. We use them in our coffees to give a creamy texture you just won’t find in other plant based drinks.

3. Inulin: Gut Health's Secret Weapon
Inulin, a prebiotic fibre found in certain plants, works wonders for your gut health. It nourishes beneficial bacteria in the digestive system, promoting a balanced and thriving gut microbiome. Incorporating inulin into your diet can lead to improved digestion and enhanced overall wellness. It’s also naturally sweet which means our drinks have way less sugar than the competition.

4. Vitamin E: The Antioxidant Shield
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that plays a crucial role in protecting cells from oxidative stress. Found in various nuts, seeds, and oils, Vitamin E supports skin health, immune function, and may even have anti-aging benefits. GoodBrew’s vitamin E boost gives you a little extra radiance and resilience in every sip.

5. Vitamin A: Essential for Vision and Immunity
Vitamin A is essential for maintaining healthy vision, promoting skin health and supporting a robust immune system. Ensuring an adequate intake of Vitamin A contributes to overall well-rounded health. Each can of GoodBrew contains 75% of your recommended daily intake of Vitamin A (this goes for Vitamins E & D too!).

6. Vitamin D: The Sunshine Vitamin
Vitamin D, often called the sunshine vitamin, is crucial for bone health, immune function and overall well-being. Sunlight is a natural source, which means many Irish people are deficient in this essential vitamin through our dreary winters. You should try to incorporate Vitamin D-rich foods like fatty fish and eggs into your diet - and also top up with a daily GoodBrew 😉