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We are thrilled to announce that, as of now, we are sponsoring Mario Weidler. Last year, he achieved two major successes by finishing 24th in the overall ranking of the World Cup 2016 (elite) and 16th in the European Championships 2016. During his competitions, he obviously needs to have total concentration and rely on his physical fitness. We are happy to help him on this front.
In cooperation with the student group, MTP (Marketing between Theory and Practice) we have provided the new students at the
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Chai Banana FlavorPacks Want to add some variety to your daily shakes? Then try our chai and banana flavors with our flavor packs! Our Chai Banana FlavorPacks can instantly add a distinctive flavor to your BERTRAND shakes. Each box contains 15 sachets, enough for 15 meals.What our customers especially appreciate about our FlavorPacks: Our flavor has a very natural taste and imparts a fresh, tangy and easy-to-dose banana sweetness. Try now
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