There's just one ingredient: Organic Whey Protein. That's it, no sweeteners flavourings, fillers or anything else whatsoever. It's as simple as that.
Each 20g serving of organic whey protein contains 15.4g of protein, 351mg calcium, only 0.7g of carbs and 1g of fat.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 20g Serving|
|of which sugars||3.5g||0.7g|
|of which saturates||3.3g||0.65g|
|Calcium||1755mg||351mg (44% RI)|
|Phosphorus||873mg||175mg (25% RI)|
RI = Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
|Amino Acid||Per 100 g||Per 20g Serving|
After much demand we've had our Organic Whey Protein tested for heavy metals and the findings are reassuringly low:
|Amino Acid||mg/kg (parts per million)|
These are the lowest detectable levels our lab (or indeed any lab we contacted) was able to test for. For example the Cadmium test result tells us that none was detected at the lowest testing level of 0.005 mg/kg. So therefore we know that there is less than 0.005 mg/kg. These results compare favourably with heavy metals testing carried out on other protein powders on the market, in fact we were unable to find results from any other protein powders that were more favourable than these, which is great news.
We give 25p to Compassion In World Farming for every pack made, which goes towards helping improve the welfare of cows and other farm animals in the UK and around the world. Additionally, we have a tree planted for every pack to help compensate for the inevitable CO2 emmissions resulting from producing and then transporting our whey protein to the UK.
Every stage of the process is recorded, from field to pack, so we're able to keep track of exactly where our whey comes from. This is helped along by the rigorous organic procedures in place, ensuring each stage is thoroughly documented and therefore a lot easier to keep track of.
All our cheese makers use vegetarian rennet when making their organic cheeses, therefore every batch of organic whey is suitable for vegetarians. Why use animal-based rennet when there’s a perfectly good vegetarian option? There’s no reason to, it’s as simple as that really.