Great question haha. I use Huel for 100% of my food now, I’ve done that for the past 3 months. However, when I need a really quick meal I still went for JJ, since it’s quicker to prepare and also easier to clean the shaker. For on the way I still use the Plenny Bars. Also I recently ordered another batch of JJ, since I will be traveling and the smaller packaging+quicker preparing is a big advantage then.
Overal I’m more content with Huel though, mostly for health reasons. I feel like Jimmy Joy has a great potential, but the customer service and response on the blog is not the best. I feel like they should prioritize investing in more nutrition staff, since they are heavily under represented (afaik only 1) and this is only kind of important for a company like this. Also I’m not too satisfied with the way of answering here on the blog.
So all in all, I mostly switched to Huel, but still see potential in JJ and they definitively have a step before in e.g. sustainability, the price, and the bars.