Hi @n3ziniuka5, good question. The differences in price reflect the differences in caloric value above all, which we consider the most fair pricing system. Let's have a look:
- Jake Light is priced between €2.49 and €2.99 per 500 kcal meal
- Jake Original is priced between €2.74 and €3.20 per 667 kcal meal
- Jake Sports is priced between €2.99 and €3.45 per 750 kcal meal
So per meal, Jake Sports is the most expensive of the three. But then again, there's 'more meal' in a meal of Jake Sports. How does this relate to the nutritional side of the shakes? When we convert the price per meal into calories per euro we get the following:
- Jake Light provides between 170 and 200 kcal/€
- Jake Original provides between 210 and 245 kcal/€
- Jake Sports provides between 220 and 250 kcal/€
Jake Sports is the least expensive meal per calorie. And you've already pointed out why that is. A calorie of Jake Sports is a relatively bigger part macro, most of which carbs and fats, whereas a calorie of e.g. Jake Light is a relatively bigger part vitamins, minerals and protein, which are the more expensive nutrients.
This should answer your question!