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No soy, artificial sweeteners etc. I mix it with my Almond milk, I add some cacao, a little of my organic sugar and I love it! “I have been comparing Whey proteins and New Zealand has the best quality, good price and flavour. Ethan O. on 20/08/2016 Nailed it with this protein it is amazing I have had it with milk, water and almond milk and it is amazing anyway you have it. Mixes smooth, tastes like ice cream in a smoothie with ice and bananas, and the scoop was on top! I definitely recommend this flavour if you have a sweet tooth like me, and I recommend the site 100%. If you're among those who want nothing to do with uber-sweetened products that cater to the 'gummy bear vitamin' generation, this is for you. Mercola recommends the protein concentrate over the isolate so I'm going with that. I hope they never change it! I will be back for more.

Will order again. Sandra H. on 22/09/2016 I have been using this product, unflavoured, for a coble years and I like it. The taste is great!! The price is right. I've just purchased 25 lbs and this stuff is so pure you can smell it. Marc on 30/01/2016 I got the unflavoured version it tastes great in a milk and fruit smoothie, doesn't need any extra sweetness. The texture is more grainy, and there is an obvious, sweet odour and a cornmeal tint to the NZ. Patrick on 27/02/2015 this protein is the best bang for your buck, and i can attest to the quality and amount of protein present.

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