Up&Go Frequently Asked Questions
What is Up&Go?
Up&Go is a smooth, delicious and nutritious breakfast drink, designed for people who have better things to do than sit down for breakfast! Check out our Drinks page to find out more.
What flavours does Up&Go come in?
There are three delicious flavours for you to get your hands on: Chocolate, Vanilla, Banana & Honey and Strawberry & Banana. Here at Up&Go HQ, we’re pretty split on which is our favourite, so weigh in! Check out our Drinks page to find out more.
Where can I buy Up&Go?
Up&Go can be found in the chiller or cereal aisle in major supermarkets and retailers. Check out our stockists page to find your nearest retailer. Having trouble finding Up&Go? Pop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll see what we can do to help!
What allergens are there in Up&Go?
Great question, Up&Go contains the allergens Milk, Oats and Soy.
Is Up&Go Gluten Free and suitable for people with coeliac disease?
Up&Go is made with oats, which contain a very low level of gluten and avenin (which can trigger a reaction in some coeliacs), and may also contain barley. Although these levels are really very very low our elves are still working on making Up&Go totally gluten free.
Is Up&Go suitable for kids?
Absolutely! Up&Go is perfect for kids and teenagers when they don’t have time to sit down and eat breakfast. It’s also great between school or sports activities, when a nutritious top up is needed.
However, as it is low in fat, it isn’t recommended for little ones less than 2 years of age, as they need the extra energy that full cream products provide.
Is Up&Go suitable for pregnant women?
Yes, Up&Go is safe for pregnant women to consume, in moderation as part of a balanced diet.
Is Up&Go suitable for vegetarians?
Are you a herbivore? Well we’ve got great news! Up&Go Chocolate, Vanilla and Banana & Honey flavours are suitable for vegetarians who consume dairy.
On our latest cartons you’ll see ‘Veggie Friendly’ on the side.
How much protein is there in Up&Go?
Up&Go is a great source of protein! If you smash through one 330ml carton of Up&Go you’ll get 12.8 grams of protein. Punchy!
For comparison an egg contains around 6 grams of protein and a rasher of bacon 3 to 4 grams of protein.
Can I recycle Up&Go cartons?
Yes of course!
Our suppliers, Tetra Pak®, have worked hard to make sure cartons are widely recyclable across the UK & Ireland, with over 90% of Local Authorities now collecting cartons for recycling.
To find for recycling facilities, visit www.tetrapakrecycling.co.uk
Where is Up&Go made?
Up&Go is made in Britain with recipes designed specifically for our brilliant British taste buds!