Myprotein Whey Protein Sale 5kg £41.53 with code at Myprotein
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Myprotein Whey Protein Sale 5kg £41.53 with code at Myprotein

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Found 11th Jul
As the Optimum Nutrition deal is getting a lot of heat, thought I'd post this.

MyProtein are having a 33% off sale using code 'Flash33' giving the below prices:

5kg £41.53
2.5kg £23.11
1kg £11.72

As you can see from here, MyProtein are considered a higher ranking Whey Protein option than Optimum Nutrition. Labdoor are independent specialists who test samples.

7 Comments

Looks like manufacturers have to pay Labdoor for testing oO

Original Poster

DexMorgan14 m ago

Looks like manufacturers have to pay Labdoor for testing oO


Are you sure? It mentions them buying products and sending them to labs.

JustAPye

Are you sure? It mentions them buying products and sending them to labs.



That's how this reads to me link

I've never heard of them before though

Thanks for the Labdoor link JustAPye.

Although it depends upon the manufacturing plant location and their supply. If MyProtein has a USA processing plant and uses USA milk, then that is likely to achieve different results to a UK/EU factory produced product. Well I assime it would due to different regulations in farming for milk production in the different countries. Each supplement category seems to miss out certain brands. A useful guide though.

Lindt Dark Chocolate 70% ranks well overall but surprisingly still quite a low score at 60.9 for quality X)

I'm still waiting for Amazon to fulfil my MyProtein Whey order from weeks ago. It was something like £26 for 5kg of latte whey. The deal was posted on here.

Edited by: "thetarget" 11th Jul

thetarget

Thanks for the Labdoor link JustAPye.Although it depends upon the … Thanks for the Labdoor link JustAPye.Although it depends upon the manufacturing plant location and their supply. If MyProtein has a USA processing plant and uses USA milk, then that is likely to achieve different results to a UK/EU factory produced product. Well I assime it would due to different regulations in farming for milk production in the different countries. Each supplement category seems to miss out certain brands. A useful guide though.Lindt Dark Chocolate 70% ranks well overall but surprisingly still quite a low score at 60.9 for quality X)I'm still waiting for Amazon to fulfil my MyProtein Whey order from weeks ago. It was something like £26 for 5kg of latte whey. The deal was posted on here.


Yeah i ordered 4 bags at that all time low silly price and then my suplly ran out because the expected delivery date got put back but im still waiting, let us know if/when you get yours sorted mate cheers.

GQ.Man

Yeah i ordered 4 bags at that all time low silly price and then my suplly … Yeah i ordered 4 bags at that all time low silly price and then my suplly ran out because the expected delivery date got put back but im still waiting, let us know if/when you get yours sorted mate cheers.



I would assume MyProtein (The Hut Group) supplies Amazon directly. Which is odd they haven't fulfilled all orders. Maybe they use a go between business as the supplier.

I'll try to remember to post back if I get some good news regarding my order.


GQ.Man13th Jul

Yeah i ordered 4 bags at that all time low silly price and then my suplly …Yeah i ordered 4 bags at that all time low silly price and then my suplly ran out because the expected delivery date got put back but im still waiting, let us know if/when you get yours sorted mate cheers.



Chased up my order today via email to Amazon CS. Received an email back stating:

"I have checked and can see that your order is ready to be dispatched on 15 August 2017.

We expect your order yo be delivered on 16 August 2017."

Looks like they are getting the stock in. MyProtein had the 5kg bags of latte protein in stock last week when I checked and also have them on Amazon as a 3rd party seller.
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