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Vanilla Vegan Protein Powder

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Truly, deliciously, smooth plant protein. Over 22g of protein per serving. Trusted by athletes.

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Vanilla Vegan Protein Powder

Creamy in flavour and smooth in texture, our Vanilla Protein is an excellent addition to a healthy and balanced diet.

Made with just five clean, hand-selected ingredients, Roam Vanilla Protein contains a blend of high-quality Canadian golden peas, monk fruit extract and coconut medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs).

Each serve of Roam Protein also contains all three essential Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs). This includes 1.8 grams of leucine, which is especially important for muscle protein synthesis.

An incredibly versatile flavour, blend a scoop of protein into a shake with milk or water. Or, get a little more adventurous and mix into your breakfast or home-baking.

  • Vegan and plant-based pea protein isolate
  • 23 grams protein per serving
  • Made in New Zealand
  • Source of BCAAs
  • Soy-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Nut-free
  • HASTA certified

Are you an athlete subject to anti-doping control?
Roam protein powders are HASTA certified, meaning that every batch of protein that we produce passes a comprehensive drug testing screen. Our protein powders have an exceptionally low risk of containing substances prohibited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). 

 

Ingredients & Nutrition

Please scroll through product images to see complete Nutrition Information with amino acid break-down.

Ingredients: Pea protein (94%), coconut medium chain triglycerides, natural flavours, thickener (guar gum), natural sweetener (monk fruit).

Per 30g serve:
Protein: 22.8g, Fat: 2.2g, Carbohydrate: 1.3g, Sugar: <0.1g

Shipping

New Zealand:
Urban: $4.99
Rural: $6.99
Orders ship from Auckland within 1 - 2 business days.

Australia:
Standard: $8.50 nationwide
(2-6 business day delivery period)

Express: $12.50 with Australia Post
1-3 business day delivery period, depending on location.

Orders ship from Melbourne within 1 - 2 business days.


You can find more information about Shipping here.

FAQ
I have food allergies and intolerances. Is Roam Protein right for me?

Our protein is made from Canadian golden peas – which are
completely natural and GMO-free. Roam Protein is vegan and does not contain

- Bee products (propolis, royal jelly, bee pollen)
- Dairy
- Eggs
- Gluten
- Lupin
- Peanuts
- Sesame seeds
- Soy
- Sulphites
- Tree nuts

Pea protein is a good alternative to whey protein for those that suffer from lactose intolerance, gut discomfort, food allergies, or skin reactions. 

Why is Roam Protein HASTA Certified (and what does that even mean)?

At Roam, we take quality and safety seriously. That's why our Protein powder is HASTA Certified. This means that every batch of our protein powder is independently tested for over 250 substances that are banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency. You can rest assured that you're getting a safe and high-quality product. 

To learn more, check out our guide to HASTA Certification.

Is Roam Protein safe if I am pregnant or lactating?

To support a healthy pregnancy and healthy development of your baby, it is not only safe but also recommended to increase your protein intake by incorporating various protein-rich sources, such as Roam Protein, into your diet.

Protein requirements increase as early as 16 weeks of gestation, and significantly increase during the 2nd and 3rd trimesters [1]. 

Daily protein requirements will depend on your body size and current level of physical activity. 

We recommend that you consult with your physician to provide advice on your specific nutrition needs during pregnancy and breast-feeding.

Source:
[1] https://doi.org/10.3945/jn.114.198622

Can I gain muscle (bulk) with pea protein?

Yes, absolutely. The nutritional value of Roam Protein is similar to dairy-based proteins. Importantly, pea protein has three branched chain amino acids (BCAAs), including the BCAA leucine, which is important for building and repairing muscles. 

To increase your muscle mass, consume protein at regular intervals during the day and combine your protein intake with resistance exercise or strength training. We cover more on this topic in this article.

There is evidence that a dose of about 20 grams of protein can elicit optimal stimulation of muscle protein synthesis (1). Each serving of Roam Protein contains 22 grams (Chocolate) and 23 grams of protein (Vanilla). 

Can Roam Protein help me with weight loss?

Roam Protein is high in protein and low in carbohydrates and fat, making it an ideal supplement to incorporate into your daily nutrition plan. Protein can help with hunger management and maintaining even blood sugar levels. Use our calculator to determine your protein requirements based on your goals.

There's so much confusion about protein, where do I begin?

Use our calculator to determine your daily protein requirements, then track your daily intake to ensure you’re meeting your needs.

Have more questions about our products?

Check out our FAQ page for more info.

Roam Protein is the easiest way to meet my protein requirements and ensure optimum recovery.

I find the taste of Roam Protein smooth and not over-powering.

My favourite go-to snack is a smoothie using Roam Chocolate Protein with banana, oat milk and Roam Energy Nut Butter.

Rebecca Clarke
Pro-triathlete

Roam Protein is..

  • Roam Protein is made in New Zealand
  • Roam Protein is Nut Free
  • Roam Protein is Gluten Free
  • No Artificial Colours or Flavours
  • Roam Protein is naturally sweetened with monk fruit extract

FAQs

Our protein is made from Canadian golden peas – which are
completely natural and GMO-free. Roam Protein is vegan and does not contain:

- Bee products (propolis, royal jelly, bee pollen)
- Dairy
- Eggs
- Gluten
- Lupin
- Peanuts
- Sesame seeds
- Soy
- Sulphites
- Tree nuts

Pea protein is a good alternative to whey protein for those that suffer from lactose intolerance, gut discomfort or food allergies. 

Roam Protein is low FODMAP and low in carbohydrates.

To support a healthy pregnancy and healthy development of your baby, it is not only safe but also recommended to increase your protein intake by incorporating various protein-rich sources, such as Roam Protein, into your diet.

Protein requirements increase as early as 16 weeks of gestation, and significantly increase during the 2nd and 3rd trimesters [1]. 

Daily protein requirements will depend on your body size and current level of physical activity. 

We recommend that you consult with your physician to provide advice on your specific nutrition needs during pregnancy and breast-feeding.

Source:
[1] https://doi.org/10.3945/jn.114.198622

At Roam, we take quality and safety seriously. That's why our Protein powder is HASTA Certified

This means that every batch of our protein powder is independently tested for over 250 substances that are banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency. You can rest assured that you're getting a safe and high-quality product. 

To learn more, check out our guide to HASTA Certification.

Medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) are just one type of fat usually found in coconut. Your regular milk and butter also contain MCTs but a smaller percentage.

MCT has numerous health benefits (namely, cardiovascular and metabolic health) and is used by athletes as a source of exercise energy. This is because MCTs are broken down and digested rapidly compared to other fat forms and provide instant energy during exercise.

We add a small amount of MCT to Roam Protein because of the health benefits it can bring but also because it makes the texture of our protein smoother and creamier.

If you’ve had a bad experience, you’re not alone. 

Many people find they have an intolerance for whey protein which is made from dairy. 

We use protein from the humble Canadian Golden Pea - and most people find it much easier on their gut.

Roam Protein is especially ideal if you have any lactose intolerance or other food allergies (see below). 

Begin with our 101 On Protein

This informative guide, written by our co-founder, Dr Andrius Ramonas, covers all the basics of protein: what it is, why it's important, how the body digests protein, and how to reach your daily protein needs.

Or get to know some basic terminology here.

Use our calculatorto determine your daily protein requirements, then track your daily intake to ensure you’re meeting your needs.

Yes, absolutely. The nutritional value of Roam Protein is similar to dairy-based proteins. Importantly, pea protein has three branched chain amino acids (BCAAs), including the BCAA leucine, which is important for building and repairing muscles. 

To increase your muscle mass, consume protein at regular intervals during the day and combine your protein intake with resistance exercise or strength training. We cover more on this topic in this article.

There is evidence that a dose of about 20 grams of protein can elicit optimal stimulation of muscle protein synthesis (1). Each serving of Roam Protein contains 22 grams (Chocolate) and 23 grams of protein (Vanilla). 

(1)https://doi.org/10.3945/ajcn.112.055517

Whey is made from animal protein and pea protein is plant-based. Both types of protein have their own benefits and drawbacks.

Whey protein is a complete protein, meaning it contains all the essential amino acids your body needs. It's also easily absorbed by the body and has a high biological value, which means it's efficient at repairing and building muscle tissue. However, whey protein can be hard to digest for some people, and it's not suitable for those who are lactose-intolerant or vegan.

Vegan protein powders are made from plants, such as peas, rice or hemp. Pea protein is a particularly good source of vegan protein as it's highly absorbable and easy to digest. It's also low in fat and calories and is rich in iron and other minerals.

Pea protein is not a complete protein, because it only has a small amount of the essential amino acid, methionine. But this shouldn’t be an issue if you are consuming a well balanced diet that includes a variety of plant-based proteins throughout the day.

Overall, pea protein has a better essential amino acid make-up compared with other plant-based proteins. It is a great option for vegans, vegetarians, or those who are looking for an alternative to whey protein.

Pea protein is also environmentally friendly, as it requires less water and land to produce than whey protein. For those looking for a healthy and sustainable protein powder, pea protein is a great option.

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Rachel Green
Yum

I really enjoy it. Nice flavor. Gets me through my day

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Martha VA
Smooth and creamy

It's a tough choice between chocolate and vanilla, especially when the vanilla tastes like this!

I love this protein powder, not only because it boosts my vegan protein intake, but the ingredients are few and of quality and it's smooth, creamy, and also mild and delicious in flavour.

It's super easy to mix, no clumps or grittiness, and I love that it doesn't "fly away" when you're spooning them out.

The pouch is a pretty colour (which I love) and much more sustainable than the big "muscle barrels" (that are only half full). Plus it doesn't take up so much room in the pantry.

I interchange between Roam chocolate and vanilla protein powders as part of breakfast EVERY DAY! Delish!

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Nicki Munro
Yum!

Great texture and taste. A keeper 👌

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Emma B.
Love this powder

I am really enjoying this protein powder. It's lovely and smooth and not too sweet. It also mixes really well with either water or almond milk. I look forward to trying the chocolate flavour next :-)

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Lisa D.
Tasty

Having a scoop with my gluten free porridge, rather yummy. Like vanilla rice pudding