Wonder how some of the Scotland Men’s players set themselves up for the day? Wonder no more!
Ryan Porteous loved our high-in-fibre pecan pie-flavour porridge, while Greg Taylor’s favourite is our high-protein peanut and oat granola. Anthony Ralston is a huge fan of our high-protein choco crunch, which is suitable for vegans.
Scotland legend James McFadden loves our Plant Kitchen tikka masala curry, which packs in one of your five a day and is a source of fibre. The best bit? It’s 100% plant-based and 100% delicious.
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Our pineapple crisps are high in vitamin C and fibre, and are Lizzie Arnot’s Eat Well favourite. They’re air-dried, not fried, and made purely from pineapple!
Great for lunch on the go, Sam Kerr’s go-to falafel salad packs in lots of veggie goodness and is filled with Middle Eastern-inspired flavours.
Last but not least, Sophie Howard loves our Collection medjool dates – they’re hand-selected and exceptionally succulent, and carry our Eat Well flower. Try them as a pre-workout snack or in your favourite smoothie.
Our raspberry and almond butter bars are a big hit with Lyndon Dykes. These pressed fruit and nut snacks are a source of fibre, gluten free, vegan and totally delicious!
Lewis Ferguson loves our tutti frutti grapes, which carry our Eat Well flower and are bursting with exotic fruity flavours. They’re perfect for on-the-go snacking, fruit salads and yogurt bowls.
Finally, defender Stephen O’Donnell has chosen our Eat Well gut health smoothie as his favourite. It’s high in fibre and features live cultures.
Abi Harrison loves our sweet and juicy easy peelers. They’re naturally high in vitamin C – plus, they count as one of your five a day.
Our smoky BBQ flavour popped potato chips are a hit with Nicola Docherty. This super snack is high in vitamin D, a source of fibre and gluten free, too.
Lana Clelland is a big fan of our Eat Well nuts, oats and honey bars. Not only do they taste great, but they’re high in protein and a source of fibre – perfect for post-match munching.