Do you drink coffee? Here in Portland everyone drinks coffee. We have a Latte Lounge in the break room you can get your coffee how ever you want it – my favorite way is coffee with a bit of milk. I also found VitaPerk to add to mine. VitaPerk is just a small package that you add to your coffee. The package has a lot of good for you vitamins. Made entirely in the USA, VitaPerk features a proprietary blend of 15 vitamins and minerals that provides consumers up to 50% of the recommended dietary allowance of vitamins A, B1, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D, E, Folic Acid, and Biotin in each serving.
- Supporting memory, heart health, energy and nutrition, VitaPerk is all-natural, gluten-free, kosher, and only 5 calories per package.
- VitaPerk is currently offered in four unique varieties: Original, Vanilla, Hazelnut and Energy (enhanced with guarana and increased B6 and B12 vitamins).
What an easy way to get your vitamins. I was able to try the the Orginal, Vanilla and Hazelnut. I liked them all. So along with my normal cup of coffee I was getting my 50% of my daily recommended vitamins.
I like that you can add it to hot or cold coffee. All you do is add the package to your coffee stir and drink. What could be easier?
The VitaPerk Story
Sharing a deep passion for coffee, health and people of good humor, two friends pondered an easy and convenient solution to this worldwide problem.
What if, they wondered, that rich and steaming cup of coffee not only woke us up, but provided a substantial serving of vitamins and minerals as well?
Years of research, testing and caffeine consumption yielded an answer: VitaPerk. Offering a blend of vitamins, minerals and natural flavors, it turns average joe into something brilliant!
You can find out more about VitaPerk at their IndieGoGo Campaign.
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