I haven't tried meal replacements bars from any other company yet, but I thought the concept of these is great. Less fuss and mess than a shaker and powder. You don't look weird eating them and you don't end up needing to pee all the time because you drank loads of liquid. I spend too much time in my car, and I can even eat a bar driving along. I can't do that with a shaker. These bars tasted great too. My favourite was the chocolate one, a sort of fudgy middle coated in a layer of chocolate. It's hard to believe that they're vegan and that they're nutritionally balanced. The lemon one was less crumbly - more like a regular snack bar with a texture quite like a nakd bar. Each of the big ones is around 400kcal and 20g of protein. It was really handy to have one in my bag just in case - like going to an unplanned concert in the evening after work. It saved me buying unhealthy and expensive sandwiches at the posh cafe.
The smaller 'light' ones are around 250kcal so better for a snack rather than an entire meal. They tasted great too. They were especially handy for when I knew I was going to eat really late but still had to cycle to another job.
I really liked the bars for convenience and taste. However, I probably wouldn't buy them. Priced at £3 per meal (the drinks are more), that's more than double the cost of Huel bars which are currently just £1.30 if you sign up for their subscription service. In a rather competitive industry, I think all of the Feed products are priced a bit high. I'd happily make them part of my life if it weren't for this.
Are you a meal replacement fan? What other products should I try? Comment below and I'll give them a go.