Jimmy Joy vs YFood Comparison

Both Jimmy Joy and Yfood provide nutritionally complete meals. This comparison will help you to inform yourself about the contents of each product to support your lifestyle and goals. Ultimately, you decide what the best meal shake, bar, or drink is.

What are you looking for in a complete meal? Maybe you’re thinking about replacing one meal with a ready-to-drink beverage. Or maybe you’re looking for an afternoon snack and consider a healthy meal bar. It may be that meal shakes could support your weight gain goals.

Whatever the case, this honest side by side comparison will inform you which is best for you personally.

 

Plenny Shake vs YFood meal replacement shake

Let’s compare our longest standing, our nutritionally complete meal shakes, side by side.

There are various points on which we think Jimmy Joy offers a similar experience to YFood, but at a much better price point.

The average person uses our product in a varied diet, but for equal comparison we’ve based it on a 2000kcal per day measure.

 

Plenny Shake 

Complete meal shake, €1.19 per serving

YFood shake

Complete meal shake, €1,50 per serving

1. Most eye-catching aspect
100% Vegan
16,5 grams of sugar per 2000 kcal

    1. Most eye-catching aspect
    Not vegan
    75,2 grams of sugar per 2000 kcal

      2. Macronutrient aspects
      • 75 grams of fats
      • 175grams of carbohydrates
      • 135 grams of protein
      2. Macronutrient aspects
      • 88,50 grams of fats
      • 150,44 grams of carbohydrates
      • 128,32 grams of protein

      3. Micronutrient aspects

      All the vitamins and minerals are added

      3. Micronutrient aspects

      All the vitamins and minerals are added

      4. Production / Company factors

      Vegan

      4. Production / Company factors

      Not vegan

       

      Remarks on this meal shake comparison

      • Jimmy Joy uses only plant-based ingredients because to sustain our health and the planet. YFood does use animal sources instead.  
      • Jimmy Joy contains four times less sugar than YFood. We aim to make our products low in sugar to reduce peaks in blood glucose. 
      • Jimmy Joy has a little more carbohydrates, which are complex and keep the blood glucose in control. Yfood contains more fats, mostly coming from the animal-based ingredients, and a little less protein than we do.
      • Jimmy Joy and YFood add similar amounts of micronutrients. Jimmy Joy adds more B12 since the body absorbs this in lesser amounts (see the following blog about our vitamin B12 amounts.) Both Jimmy Joy and YFood add all the vitamins and minerals because this is the most accurate way to ensure one is actually consuming all the mentioned nutrients.

       

      Plenny Drink vs YFood meal replacement drink

      Let’s compare o our nutritionally complete Ready-To-Drinks, side by side.

      There are various points on which we think Jimmy Joy offers a similar experience to YFood, but at a much better price point.

      The average person uses our product in a varied diet, but for equal comparison we’ve based it on a 2000kcal per day measure.

       

       Plenny Drink

      Ready-to-drink meal, €2.50 per serving

      YFood Vegan drink 

      Ready-to-drink meal, €3,99 per serving

      Macronutrient aspects

      85 grams of fats

      205 grams of carbohydrates

      100 grams of protein

      Macronutrient aspects

      96 grams of fat

      160 grams of carbohydrates

      104 grams of protein 

      Micronutrient aspects

      All the vitamins and minerals are added

      Micronutrient aspects

      All the vitamins and minerals are added

      Production / Company factors

      Vegan

      330 ml

       

      Production / Company factors

      Vegan and non-vegan versions 

      500 ml

       

       

      Remarks on this ready-to-drink meal comparison

      • Jimmy Joy adds a little less fat compared to YFood. The fats we do add, are mostly from omega 3 and 6 sources. 
      • Jimmy Joy uses a bit more carbohydrates. The carbohydrate composition exists of mostly complex carbohydrates. 
      • Jimmy Joy and YFood use the same amounts of protein
      • Jimmy Joy and YFood add similar amounts of micronutrients. Jimmy Joy adds more B12 since the body absorbs this in lesser amounts (see the following blog about our vitamin B12 amounts.) Both Jimmy Joy and YFood add all the vitamins and minerals because this is the most accurate way to ensure one is actually consuming all the mentioned nutrients.
      • Jimmy Joy offers plant-based products. YFood has a small variety of plant-based alternatives but is mostly animal based.