Food that frees you.

We fuel our bodies every day, and often it feels like hard work. That seemed wrong, so we created Soylent.

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Eating isn't easy.

It's hard to maintain a healthy diet. Everyone eats, but everyone feels like they could be eating better. If you’ve ever wasted time and energy trying to decide what to eat for lunch, or have been too busy to eat a proper meal - Soylent is for you.

Each Soylent product contains a complete blend of protein, carbohydrates, lipids, and micronutrients: everything the body needs to thrive. We know your life is busy enough already, but we're here to make things a little less complicated.

Engineered nutrition.

You've got enough on your plate. Here's how we can help:

Soylent Drink bottles with different flavors.

Soylent Drink

20% daily nutrition. Three great flavors. Get rid of hunger and get on with your day.

Coffiest bottle

Soylent Coffiest

An on-the-go breakfast you can feel good about. Did we mention it's coffee, too?

Powder bag

Soylent Powder

Maximum nutrition, value, and customizability.

Soylent Bar

Soylent Bar

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Our Mission.

Our mission is to expand access to quality nutrition through food system innovation. We strive to create a world where access to affordable, complete nutrition - one of the most basic human needs - is no longer a challenge, but a means of empowerment. To help achieve this vision, we are proud to support World Food Program USA in their work to help make hunger history.

Learn more about our commitment to action.

Food 2.0

Over the past century, the latest technological innovations have been squandered on the production of brightly colored foodstuffs packed with fat, salt, and sugar. We use science and technology to create foods engineered for function, not excess.

Many of our products use bioengineered algae as a source of lipids and essential omega fatty acids. Produced efficiently in bioreactors, rather than on farmland, these single-celled organisms require far less resources than traditional agriculture.