I was actually quite pleased with my Vanilla Sports Jake and the customer service I received, until I compared the nutritional values in the product I received against what the website informs. There seems to be a significant discrepancy in the salt content.
Please see the photos attached: first two are nutritional values of Sports Jake shown on this website; third is what it says on the actual product label I received, batch number included.
The actual product has at least 40% more salt. If I have 4 shakes per day, the actual product amounts to 8,4 grams of salt a day. That is far beyond any healthy amount according to intake recommendations anywhere in the world. The American Hearth Association recommends no more than 2,3 grams of sodium per day, and actually recommends moving towards no more than 1,5 grams per day; the Finnish Heart Association recommends no more than 5 grams of salt per day.
Additionally, the product seems to contain 340% more saturated fats than in the "Nutritional Facts"-section on the website (1st picture). This means a 1:2 ratio of saturated and unsaturated fats. This is in line with the Finnish recommended ratio of fat intake, but definitely not the 1:8-9 ratio as according to the provided information.
I would be interested to know why this discrepancy exists between my product and the provided information. I need a dietary solution with less salt and I might consider ordering Original Jake, which should amount to less salt intake. Currently, however, I'm not convinced that I would receive the product with the nutritional contents as advertised.