Hunter & Gather, a health food company, has expanded its line of supplements by introducing two new products aimed at promoting health: Collagen Creamers and MCT ‘Thrive’ Powder.
The pair of Collagen Creamers, available in raw cacao and vanilla flavors, are crafted using the brand’s bovine collagen peptides and a blend of natural ingredients. These creamers are intended to be mixed into coffee, offering a enhancement for skin, hair, and nails, while also contributing to the support of joint, bone, and gut health.
The company has introduced MCT ‘Thrive’ Powder as well. MCTs, known as medium-chain triglycerides, are a form of fat present in sources such as coconut and palm oil, believed to aid in weight loss and the management of various health conditions.
The ‘Thrive’ powder from Hunter & Gather is derived from its Organic Certified C8 and C10 MCT, which promotes brain health and energy. It is conveniently presented in a powder format that easily dissolves and can be stirred into beverages.
Amy Moring, CEO and co-founder of Hunter & Gather, said, “In the health and wellness space right now, we’re seeing a growing trend for animal-based products that pack a punch when it comes to integrity, nutrition, and health.”
She continued, “Our new Collagen Creamers, featuring our award-winning bovine collagen peptides, have all the benefits of collagen but in a tasty format that can be stirred into your morning coffee for a delicious and nourishing boost. Made using organic coconut milk, the natural sweetness comes from glycine, one of the primary amino acids in collagen, which enhances the natural flavours of vanilla and cacao with absolutely no added sugar or sweeteners. Plus, the raw organic cacao is rich in flavonoids and antioxidants and low cadmium.”
“With our new MCT Powder, made using organic certified coconuts, we wanted to deliver all the benefits of our C8 and C10 MCT Oil (a brilliant natural support for brain health, energy and cognition) in an easy-to-dissolve powder format that can stirred into drinks or smoothies, with no oily consistency. To do this we used acacia fibre (a natural prebiotic) and absolutely no sugar, maltodextrin or palm oil.”