Organic Whey Protein Madagascan Vanilla
Organic Whey Protein Madagascan Vanilla
Organic Whey Protein Madagascan Vanilla
Organic Whey Protein Madagascan Vanilla
Organic Whey Protein Madagascan Vanilla

Madagascan Vanilla
Organic Whey Protein

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“Makes an utterly delicious vanilla milkshake”

- The Telegraph
  • Additive free

  • Undenatured & Bioactive

  • Real Bourbon vanilla

  • Vegetarian

  • Primarily grass fed

  • High bioavailability

Ingredients

Organic whey protein concentrate from organic milk (92.2%), unrefined organic coconut sugar (6.8%), ground organic Bourbon vanilla pods (1%)

Nutritional Information

Typical valuesPer 100gPer 25g serving
Energy kJ/kcal 1650/390 413/98
Fat5.2g    1.3g
of which saturates2.9g0.7g
Carbohydrate10.2g    2.6g
of which sugars7.8g    2.0g
Fibre0.5g    0.12g
Protein75.3g    18.8g
Salt620mg    155mg
Calcium350mg    87.5mg (12.5% RI)
Phosphorus269mg    67.25mg (12.22% RI)

RI = reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)

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Clean Label

Only 3 Ingredients: Cold filtered organic whey protein, ground organic Bourbon vanilla pods, and unrefined organic coconut sugar

We’ve created a delightfully luxurious creamy vanilla flavour using only the finest pure vanilla without any additives.

Clean Label

Only 3 Ingredients: Cold filtered organic whey protein, ground organic Bourbon vanilla pods, and unrefined organic coconut sugar

We’ve created a delightfully luxurious creamy vanilla flavour using only the finest pure vanilla without any additives.

75% protein
18.8g per serving

additive Free

gluten free

No soy added

Emulsifier Free

GMO free

hormone free

Heavy Metals Tested

Certified Organic

By blending our award winning organic whey protein with high quality ground organic Bourbon vanilla pods and unrefined organic coconut sugar, we’ve created a delightfully luxurious creamy vanilla flavour.

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Why Whey Protein?

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Why Whey Protein?

Whey protein is one of the most bioavailable protein sources. It is quickly broken down and absorbed by our bodies, providing rapid support from head to toe.

It is a “complete” protein, containing all 9 essential & branched chain amino acids, which humans are unable to produce, so dietary sources like whey protein are needed.

It’s not just a shake!

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Raw Cacao & Maca
Pure Unflavoured
Banana & Lucuma

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Recognised for uncompromising quality since 2014, our organic whey protein supports not just your muscles and bones, but your health & wellbeing as a whole. A trusted source for numerous health professionals prioritising clean, organic, rubbish-free nutrition.
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- Dr Michael Barnish, MBChB
- Genevieve Hallam, Nutrition Coach

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Frequent Questions

Is your whey protein suitable for people with lactose intolerance?

This is suitable for many people with milder lactose intolerance issues, as it contains around 95% less lactose than milk (semi skimmed in dried form, as with the whey protein). Our whey protein contains between 2-5g lactose per 100g in the Pure Unflavoured version and even less in the flavour blends, whereas semi skimmed milk powder contains around 50g lactose per 100g. Some people who experience discomfort as a result of the lactose simply take a lactase supplement, however If you do have any issues you are welcome to take advantage of our no-quibble 90 day returns policy :-)

Is it safe to use while pregnant or breastfeeding?

We’ve had many customers who have been pregnant or breastfeeding while consuming our organic whey protein powder, however we recommend being cautious of the Raw Cacao & Maca blend, as that can potentially have a mild stimulant effect. We don't see there being any problems with the Pure Unflavoured, Madagascan Vanilla, or Banana & Lucuma. Regardless, we do always recommend chatting with a GP first, as we aren’t qualified medical professionals and they will know more about your medical history, so can give a more conclusive answer. Whey protein is nevertheless generally considered safe for taking while pregnant or breastfeeding.

Is this suitable for kids?

Yes it is generally considered to be safe for children, provided they don't have any milk intolerance issues and as long as you keep in mind the recommended intake of protein for their age group, as they need a lot less protein than us adults. We also recommend speaking with your GP first, as they will be able to give more qualified advice and with additional knowledge of your child’s medical history. Lastly, please be mindful of the Raw Cacao & Maca blend as that can have a mild stimulant effect.

Is your whey protein grass fed?

The cows graze outside in fields during the spring and summer months, and they’re fed grass in the form of hay, haylage and silage during the winter months in spacious, clean, naturally lit barns. They also feed on supplementary organic cereals such as oats and barley, so although they feed primarily on grass, they are not 100% grass fed.

Are there any sweeteners, flavourings, or emulsifiers?

We don’t add anything at all to our Pure Unflavoured option, so there are no sweeteners, flavourings, or emulsifiers – no additives whatsoever. There is a small amount of unrefined organic coconut sugar added to the Madagascan Vanilla and Raw Cacao & Maca blends and indeed all our flavour blends contains only whole foods for flavour, so no artificial or “natural” flavourings to be found in any of our products, only real foods.

Is this free from artificial hormones and antibiotics?

Yes!

Can your whey protein be added to other foods?

Yes, you can add this to just about anything really – it is very versatile indeed. It will become denatured if you use it in hot drinks, baked foods, or anything else involving sustained high temperatures, however our bodies will still effectively break down the protein and put it to use in our bodies in its denatured form. You will nevertheless be losing the bioactive protein peptides and antibodies, such as Lactoferrin and Immunoglobulin G (IgG), as these are damaged by heat and therefore not utilised by our bodies. It can be added to cold foods too of course, like overnight oats, yoghurt, protein balls and bars, and smoothies!

Is it free from allergens, e.g. gluten, nuts, and soya?

It is blended and packed in a facility that handles most food allergens, however we have an allocated “clean room” which prevents contamination from gluten and nuts. Other allergens such as soya are not controlled in this area, so there is still a chance of contamination from other allergens. Every batch is tested to ensure it is gluten free and it is considered nut free too, due to the strict measures in place to avoid contamination.

How much cholesterol does this contain?

Our Pure Unflavoured organic whey protein contains 0.15g cholesterol per 100g. We haven’t yet had our flavour blends tested for this.

Do you use any chemicals at all to make your whey protein?

No, none at all. We use only mechanical low temperature filtration, without the need for any chemicals, nor indeed any additives or processing aids; just pure liquid whey in one end and pure whey protein out the other. To our flavour blends we add a small number of quality organic whole foods, also made without chemicals, or in the case of our Pure Unflavoured version absolutely nothing is added. With all of this in mind, we consider our whey protein to be completely UPF-free.

Questions & Answers

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  • hello, is this product appropriate for someone with pcos?

    Thank you for the question!  As this contains coconut sugar it is not going to be an ideal choice for people with PCOS.  Our unflavoured organic whey protein would be a better option as it is just pure 100% whey protein.  Whey protein is generally considered to be suitable for people with PCOS, depending on who you ask, however we would nevertheless recommend checking with a GP or other health professional to be sure.  I hope that helps :-)

  • Can your Whey powder be added to hot or warmed liquids or does it change the nature of the product? Many thanks.

    Thank you for the question.  It can be, however we'd recommend mixing with cold liquid first and then stirring into the hot liquid, in order to avoid clumping from occurring.  Heat will further denature the protein, which does change the structure of the proteins, however our bodies will still break it down to get the amino acids as usual (egg whites turn white due to the proteins being denatured, yet it is still a valuable protein source), so it isn't something to be concerned about.  Having it cold is best, but heating isn't a problem from a protein content standpoint; just be wary of how thick and lumpy it can get :-)

  • Hi do the bags come with a scoop for measuring?!

    Thank you for the question.  They don't come with a scoop, but we sell one separately here:
    https://theorganicproteincompany.co.uk/products/recycled-measuring-scoop

    Alternatively, if you build a bundle and order it on subscription (you can swap products in the bundle subscription any time), you will get a free scoop:
    https://theorganicproteincompany.co.uk/products/build-your-own-bundle

  • How long is the use by date when unopened? I like to bulk buy to save money but also like fresh tasting whey! Being more natural I’m wondering if it has a shorter shelf life. Thank you

    Thank you for the quesiton.  We advise 6 months on the pack to be on the safe side, but really whey protein is very stable and you can use it right up to (and even after) the Best Before End Date - which is currently December 2024.   If you check even the most additive-filled whey protein powders, you will likelty never see any preservatives, as whey protein simply doesn't need it.  We recently had a long standing customer get in touch to say he was consuming whey protein from a pack he'd opened 5 years ago, believe it or not, and he said it tasted as good as when he'd first bought it, not that we'd recommend leaving it open for *that* long I should add  :-)

  • On a 400g bag and having 1 shake a day, how long will the bag of protein powder last

    Thank you for the question.  There are 16 full 25g servings in a pack, so if you are having full servings that'll be 16 days with a daily shake.  Some people only have a half serving on some or all days, so it can last longer.  It really comes down to how much extra protein you need :-)

  • First off, best protein powder I’ve ever found! Question: is there a specific time period that the powder has to be consumed by once mixed? I was wondering if I could mix the powder into milk to be part of an overnight oats recipe, which involves leaving milk to soak with oats whilst chilled in a fridge overnight. Thanks! :)

    Hello! I'm sorry for the very slow response - your question didn't come through to our email system for some reason. You can consume it up to 24 hours after mixing with a liquid, provided it is kept refrigerated. So yes, it is a great addition to overnight oats. Thank you for asking :-)

  • Hi I was wondering if your product is safe to consume for a pregnant person Thank you

    Thank you for the question Leonie! It is considered safe for use during pregnancy, and indeed we have had a number of pregnant customers using this, however we always recommend checking with your GP first :-)

  • I have a very active 9 year old. Can children also take this as a supplement to their diet?

    Thank you for the question. If they don't have any milk allergies then it will ok for a 9 year old. It is important to be mindful of their total daily protein intake, as they don't need as much protein as adults of course, and it could be that they're already getting sufficient protein. It's a good idea to check the protein requirements of an active 9 year old and work out how much protein they are already having, then compare with how much they need, before adding whey protein to their diets. I hope that helps anyhow :-)

  • Does your protein powder contain lactose/ would it be suitable for someone with lactose intolerance? Thanks, Jen

    Thank you for the question, Jen. It does contain lactose - between 2-5g per 100g. People with a mild lactose intolerance are often ok using our whey protein due to the low lactose levels, but if it is more moderate to severe then it might be wise to steer clear. Skimmed milk powder contains around 50% lactose, and regular dried whey contains around 75% lactose, so you can see most of the lactose has been filtered out. But again, whether or not this will be ok for you depends very much on how severe your intolerance is, or how willing you'd be to take lactase enzyme every time you have it :-)

  • What's the Period After Opening of the powder (specifically the vanilla favour) ?

    Thank you for the question Aph. We specify 12 weeks on the pack, but really you can use it a long time after that - until the Best Before date would be absolutely fine, and the current batch has another 15 months left until it the BBE expires. Ideally you'd want to keep it sealed and stored in a cool, dry place too :-)

  • Is this protein powder safe to consume during pregnancy?

    Thank you for the question Zoe. It is considered safe for use during pregnancy, and indeed we have had a number of pregnant customers using this, however we always recommend checking with your GP first :-)

  • How many can I drink a day / week

    Thank you for the question. For most people one serving per day is enough, however this really depends on how much protein you are getting from other foods, and how much exercise you are doing. It is therefore a good idea to either stick with no more than one serving per day, or alternatively you could research how much protein somebody of your gender and age needs, then work out how much protein you are already getting based on your current diet, and then you will be able to work out how much (if any) whey protein you could consider having. I hope that helps :-)

  • Is it safe during breastfeeding?

    Thank you for the question. Yes it is safe to use while breastfeeding, however we still always recommend consulting your doctor in case of any possible medical reasons that we aren’t aware of.

  • Good afternoon. Is your protein powder suitable for my children who are 14 and 11? Thank you.

    Thank you for the question Keely. Yes it should be absolutely not a problem, provided you keep a close eye on the maximum recommended daily protein intake for their age groups, so I imagine they will need much less than one regular serving size. And of course assuming they have no dairy allergies too. No harm double checking with their GP also, as I am talking generally, not taking into account their individual medical histories and any other factors I wouldn't be aware of :-)

  • Is this safe to use whilst breastfeeding?

    Hi Kate, thank you for the question. Yes, it is indeed :-)

  • Hello, I just wanted to double check if this has any caffeine, added or naturally occurring? I'm very sensitive to caffeine so I wanted to check even though the ingredients suggest not. Thank you.

    Thank you for the question, Jennifer! There is zero caffeine in any of our organic whey protein powders, including the Madagascan Vanilla blend. The vanilla doesn't contain any naturally occurring caffeine and neither does the whey protein or the coconut sugar, and we haven't sneaked in in either - there are just these 3 ingredients :-)

  • Hi does this contain nuts? I can’t see any allergen reference or mention of nuts or peanuts .. does this mean that it’s nut free?

    Thank you for the question, Heather. It is blended and packed in a facility that handles nuts, but all our blending and packing takes place in a strictly controlled "clean room" where no nuts (or gluten, soy and other allergens) are allowed. All the equipment and clothing are separate from the nut packing areas and there are regular swab tests too. It is therefore considered to be nut free by law.. I hope that helps :-)

  • Hello :) Could you kindly advise, is this product suitable for breastfeeding moms? Many thanks for the answer

    Hi Anita, thank you for the question. Yes it is indeed suitable for breastfeeding mums, though we always add the caveat that we recommend speaking to a GP first. Many of our customers have taken our organic whey protein while breastfeeding however :-)

  • What is the quantity of BCAAS per serving?

    Hi Grace, thank you for the question. In each 25g serving, there are 1.14g of Isoleucine, 1.9g of Leucine and 1.13g of Valine. For a list of all the amino acids per 100g and per 25g serving, please feel free to click on the "Nutrition" circle and they are displayed beneath the main nutritional information table :-)

  • Is this whey made with A2 milk? Are there samples?

    Hi Brian, thank you for the question. The milk comes mostly from Holstein cows, which is A1. However when it comes to whey protein, whether it’s A1 or A2 doesn’t make any real difference as far as I'm aware as the A2 and A1 proteins refer to the casein proteins in the milk. Whey protein doesn't contain the casein, only the whey proteins.. The whey proteins in A1 and A2 are basically the same as far as we’re aware. As for samples, we are no longer able to offer these I'm afraid but we do offer a 90 day no quibble returns service :-)

  • ¿Envían a españa? ¿dónde puedo comprarlo?

    Hola, perdone el traductor de Google, ya que no hablamos español. Sí, enviamos a España, así que no dude en hacer un pedido desde nuestro sitio web. La entrega es de £ 8, o gratis si gasta £ 80 o más. Muchas gracias.

  • What is the black powder that collates at the bottom with this flavour? Why and how does it occur?

    Hi Kay, that will be the ground vanilla pods -which is a black (or very dark brown) powder. Some can end up gathering at the bottom over time, as we have simply mixed our organic whey protein with the vanilla, whereas vanilla flavoured protein powder normally contains vanilla flavouring or extract, but not real vanilla so isn't so easy to spot. I hope that helps :-)