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Posted 12 May 2023

Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Double Rich Chocolate Whey, 1.67kg - £34.78 @ Costco (Birmingham)

£34.78£6546% off
In store: Birmingham ·
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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Chocolate 100% Whey delivers 24g of whey protein to support muscle growth with a delicious double rich chocolate flavour. After training, your body uses protein to help repair and rebuild muscle fibres. Each great tasting serving contains 24g of premium whey protein to support muscle growth and 5.5g of naturally occurring BCAAs; all with just 1g of fat and 1.2g of sugars.

24g of Whey Protein
Low Levels of Sugar & Fat
5.5g of Naturally Occurring BCAA
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  1. lacom's avatar
    77g of protein in 100g (edited)
  2. Daniel12331's avatar
    New size? Not seen ON do 1.67kg before
    mensy07's avatar
    Costco has done this size for awhile
  3. Fimz's avatar
    Good deal, if only it wasn't in Birmingham
    KiloBravo's avatar
    Think it might be national... Spotted this in the Coventry store too
  4. reverend_ryno's avatar
    Used to get the bigger one (72 ish servings I think) at this price on offers… Is that long gone now?
    Jay_Ma's avatar
    I used to pay their biggest packet 4.53 kg for £54 (vanilla) with a student discount via Amazon (edited)
  5. Explorer101's avatar
    I brought this and it is my first ever protein powder. It tastes very sweet. Is it a norm? I would have preferred a less sweet protein powder? I wish I brought a smaller pack first.
    Any advice on chosing protein powder based on the type of flavouring or should I stick with non flavoured options?
    I also dont want to end up with unpalatable version as well.
    I have started doing workouts and walking/running past 6 months. Lost a bit of weight, feel stronger and lifting has helped tone my body a bit. So I got introduced to protein powder by someone at the gym. I in my late 30's.
    Smadmad's avatar
    Add more water. That will make it taste less sweet
  6. Husla's avatar
    A nice flavour is from MyProtein - Cookies and Cream Whey. I liked it alot but don't like the packaging so I bought this brand as it comes in a large tub of the same flavour and its awful.
  7. KiloBravo's avatar
    Spotted in Coventry too.... Might be national
    ALW_'s avatar
    Yes it's national, I bought 3 tubs today from Costco Wembley. They only had double rich chocolate, which is my favourite right now
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