Hemp Protein Powder - HempPro 70

16 oz container

Retail Price: $29.99


Our Price: $17.45 (Save 42%)

16 oz container

Why You’ll Love It

Manitoba Harvest HempPro 70 is the world’s first water soluble hemp protein powder. This means that you can easily mix HempPro 70 in a shaker cup with any delicious drink of your choice. With 20 grams of protein per 30 gram serving, HempPro 70 is a complete plant based protein, offering all essential amino acids - great for vegan or vegetarian diets. It is mild tasting with a creamy texture that is delicious when added to your favourite smoothie recipe or stirred into yogurt and hot cereal!
SKU: 697658690037

About This Brand

The highest quality hemp food products.We heart hemp foods SO much we see no reason to love any other, and that’s why we ONLY manufacture and sell hemp foods.When it comes to hemp foods, we want to know as much as possible and be involved at every level - from seed to shelf. Luckily we are! We are tremendously proud to be the world’s largest hemp food manufacturer to grow, make and sell our own line of hemp foods.We are in the fields educating farmers and encouraging more hemp acres.We are making everything on-site at our world class manufacturing facility. Our manufacturing plant has achieved the highest level of global certification in food safety and quality.We are proactively spreading the word about hemp foods to all those that will listen. We share over a million sample packages per year to hemp fans young and old all across North America.Sharing the hemp love is just what we do best.Our roots run deep.1993 - Company co-founders created the Manitoba Hemp Alliance = organized...
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Ingredients

Hemp protein concentrate (70% protein by weight) and natural plant extracts.


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Serving Size 4 tablespoons (30g) Servings Per Container 15

Amount Per Serving

Calories 140 Calories from Fat 40

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 4.5g 7%
Saturated Fat 0.5g 2%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 4.5g 2%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 2g
Protein 20g

Calcium 4%
Iron 25%
Sodium 30 mg 1%

Omega-3 (alpha-linolenic acid ALA) 800 mg
Omega-6 (linolenic acid LA) 2600 mg
Omega-9 (oleic acid OA) 600 mg

† Daily Value Not Established

Reviews For Hemp Protein Powder - HempPro 70

Based on 4 Reviews

a little thick/gritty and quite "hempy"

If you love the flavor of hemp, you'll be happy with this. and if you can tolerate a protein powder that (while it looks like it would be perfectly powdery smooth) is a bit gritty and thick in consistency, you will be happy. I'd like to find something a little less obtrusive with its flavor and thickness and texture. But I'm fairly happy with this.

- Laura

Pretty decent tasting!

I've tried a bunch of protein powders and this is my favorite. It has a nice mild coconut finish and it mixes pretty well. I mix it with the Garden of Life raw green powder and the combo is pretty tasty. I'm not planning on trying any other powders in the near future!

- kayul

Gentle on my sensitive belly

This is the ONLY protein powder my sensitive belly can tolerate. It has been so difficult finding a protein powder that fits my needs of FODMAP-friendly, dairy-free, & gluten-free. While it does make for a rather thick smoothie, the taste is not unpalatable.

- Jdhquinn

Strong Taste, Grainy Texture

Nutritionally, this product is great. However, I tried it in smoothies, with coffee, in yogurt, etc. and even the addition of 1 or 2 tsps overpowered the taste and texture of most things. I'm new to the protein powder world, so I'll keep experimenting, it just isn't the easiest addition to your recipes.

- Emily

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