Premier mobile coffee franchise, Cafe2U Rockhampton, is driving Australia’s first mobile Protein Shakes for on-the-go coffee and protein lovers alike.
Premier mobile coffee franchise, Cafe2U Rockhampton, is driving Australia’s first mobile Protein Shakes for on-the-go coffee and protein lovers alike. Contributed

New product shakes up the health market

IF YOU love coffee as much as you love fitness, these new caffeinated protein shakes are sure to give you the boost you need.

Premier mobile coffee franchise, Cafe2U Rockhampton, is driving Australia's first mobile Protein Shakes for on-the-go coffee and protein lovers alike.

Cafe2U's caffeine infused protein shakes are made with their own signature award-winning coffee roast and boast over 25 grams of wholesome whey protein concentrate per serve.

The unique blend is available in three flavours, Mocha Pro for coffee lovers and Choc Rip or Mango Tango for those after a protein hit alone.

Cafe2U Rockhampton franchise partner Michelle Lacey said they are excited to be launching this innovative formula of protein and coffee to their customers.

"We're thrilled to be serving this exciting and innovative beverage in our menu offering,” said Michelle.

"Health is trending and coffee culture is dominating the market, so why not combine both and get it delivered directly to your workplace.”

The protein shakes have taken off and are available for delivery through Cafe2U Rockhampton as the newest menu offering for customers.

For more information on Cafe2U and locations, visit www.cafe2u.com/au/



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