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Revolution Nutrition Whey Protein - 1.7lb $9.97 ymmv

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Aug 1, 2005
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Burnaby
Is this a regional/location type deal? Seems pretty warm/hot. In the past Costco has put on sale MP Combat 2.72kg (6lbs) for $34.99 and Kaizen Naturals 100% Whey Isolate 2kg for $34.99.

So this would be $29.91 for 5.1lbs / 2.3kg. Says it's 130cal for 26g protein, 2g fat, 3g carb, 1g sugar.
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Jul 7, 2018
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It's not an isolate, and it's got little sweet crunchy bits in it to make it a 'dessert'. However, I found those crunchy bits annoying and I wasn't impressed with the overall taste when I followed the instructions (mix with water). Much prefer the chocolate Kaizen. Even at $9.97, I'd say buy one just to try, before stocking up. They've been at that price for a couple of weeks.
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Jul 14, 2006
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I bought one at 14.97 (can't remember where) and another at 9.97 (Brampton). It's decent enough if mixed thoroughly.
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Dec 10, 2012
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Vancouver
Good price but not a great protein powder if that matters to you.
Whey protein concentrate is the main protein source here vs isolate. Also has soy as part of the protein blend along with sucralose and glucose syrup. I'd stay away...
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Nov 27, 2011
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dinkeye wrote: Good price but not a great protein powder if that matters to you.
Whey protein concentrate is the main protein source here vs isolate. Also has soy as part of the protein blend along with sucralose and glucose syrup. I'd stay away...
I just checked the label and it has isolate as the first ingredient in the blend before concentrate and soy is not part of the protein blend but it does have soy lecithin in small amounts.
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Feb 22, 2020
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Bought it and I can say it's decent. Doesn't mix great but has a great taste but I wouldn't say it would satiate my sweet tooth. May buy another 5 just to have as I believe this is better than than my normal concentrate and the BB daye is 2023.
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Mar 20, 2016
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Vancouver
Its this one: https://www.revolution-nutrition.com/pr ... n-dessert/
Ingredients:
Protein Blend (whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, hydrolyzed whey protein), Natural and artificial flavours, Flavour pearls (crisped cereals, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, natural flavour, glucose syrup, modified starch, coconut powder), Natural colours, Carrageenan, Xanthan gum, Stevia, Sucralose.
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Nov 7, 2014
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Vancouver, BC
dinkeye wrote: Good price but not a great protein powder if that matters to you.
Whey protein concentrate is the main protein source here vs isolate. Also has soy as part of the protein blend along with sucralose and glucose syrup. I'd stay away...
Interesting it has soy. Revolution Nutrition has the only reasonably priced soy-free whey isolate I can find. Too bad this isn't too.
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Mar 4, 2006
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Ottawa
panckage wrote: Interesting it has soy. Revolution Nutrition has the only reasonably priced soy-free whey isolate I can find. Too bad this isn't too.
Smoking deal!

Now you’ve made me go to Costco hell tomorrow!
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Mar 4, 2006
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Ottawa
panckage wrote: Interesting it has soy. Revolution Nutrition has the only reasonably priced soy-free whey isolate I can find. Too bad this isn't too.
Smoking deal!

Now you’ve made me go to Costco hell tomorrow!
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Nov 18, 2015
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panckage wrote: Interesting it has soy. Revolution Nutrition has the only reasonably priced soy-free whey isolate I can find. Too bad this isn't too.
myprotein isolate is still king bang for buck.
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Dec 20, 2012
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I know this would never happen but I’d love to get Kaizen powder at even double this price.
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Feb 17, 2005
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$10 for a tub of protein, I don’t get the downvotes?? Yeah sure there are compromises but it’s $10!
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Mar 30, 2008
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Vancouver
They had a huge stack at costco surrey, BC today @ $6.97.
Bought 6. They sell for $30 on Amazon.
The stuff is delicious and expiry date is over 2 years. I honestly wonder how they make it taste so good.
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Apr 10, 2017
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jlo mein wrote: Is this a regional/location type deal? Seems pretty warm/hot. In the past Costco has put on sale MP Combat 2.72kg (6lbs) for $34.99 and Kaizen Naturals 100% Whey Isolate 2kg for $34.99.

So this would be $29.91 for 5.1lbs / 2.3kg. Says it's 130cal for 26g protein, 2g fat, 3g carb, 1g sugar.
cluless wrote: Spotted at Etobicoke Costco for $6.97 now.
madmox wrote: They had a huge stack at costco surrey, BC today @ $6.97.
Bought 6. They sell for $30 on Amazon.
The stuff is delicious and expiry date is over 2 years. I honestly wonder how they make it taste so good.
Load up
Is the Muscle Pharm one still available at the stores?

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