Product Information

Introducing THRIVE Plant-Based Protein Powder
The perfect addition for those looking for a healthy, plant-based high-quality protein source. Thrive's plant-based protein powder is designed for those looking to improve performance, recover faster, build muscle, and add more high-quality protein to their diet. Made with the highest quality pea, rice, and hemp proteins, Thrive's plant-based protein powder is packed with over 24g of protein per serving, providing the optimal amount of protein to support muscle growth and repair.

Extremely Simple and Extremely Effective
THIRVE plant-based protein contains only 6 base ingredients (pea, rice and hemp proteins, stevia, natural flavours and xanatham gum. The product is 100% plant-based and contains no artificial colours, sweeteners, or preservatives, as well as no added sugar. Making it the perfect choice for those with dietary restrictions, intolerances, or those simply looking for a healthier, more sustainable protein source.

Built to Perform
THRIVE plant-based protein powder is designed specifically to maximize your performance and recovery, this is achieved by combining pea, rice, and hemp proteins to create a completely rounded and optimal blend of amino acids. This is where consuming a mixed plant-based protein is superior to a single protein type as the complimentary nature of different plant-based sources create a product with a well rounded amino acid profile, packed full BCAA's. In addition to being built to perform, this is also one of the best tasting vegan proteins you can buy, it mixes well, tastes great, and has no sandy texture unlike many vegan proteins on the market. Whether you are a seasoned athlete or just someone looking to add more protein to your diet, our plant-based protein powder is the perfect choice.

  • Pea Protein

    Pea protein is produced from yellow peas, which are naturally rich in protein and essential amino acids. Making pea protein is a simple process which involves drying and grinding of yellow peas to form a protein rich powder. Upon harvesting, the peas are cleaned to remove any impurities and dirt. Next, they are ground into a fine flour-like consistency. This grinding process retains the nutritional integrity of the peas while creating a versatile protein flour. The pea flour is then subjected to a water-based extraction method to separate the protein from the carbohydrates and fibers. This process ensures that the pea protein contains a high concentration of pure protein.

  • Rice Protein

    Rice protein production begins with the milling of brown rice, this removes the outer layers of the grain and helps separate the protein-rich portion from the rest of the rice. After milling, enzymes are added to the rice to separate the protein from the other components. Enzymes are protein-based molecules that act as catalysts in biochemical reactions, they break down the complex protein molecules into smaller peptide fragments and amino acids which prepares the protein for solubilisation. The newly formed protein solution is then filtered to completely isolate the protein content. Next, any excess water and impurities are removed, and then finally the concentrated protein solution is then dried into powder form.

  • Hemp Protein

    Hemp protein is produced in a very similar process to the pea protein. It begins with cleaning the hemp seeds to remove any impurities. The cleaned seeds are then dehulled to separate the outer shell from the inner seed. The seeds are then cold pressed to remove any oils. The pressed and dehulled seeds are then milled into a hemp flour. This grinding process helps to release the protein from the seeds. The seeds then enter a water-based extraction process to isolate the protein, and then the mixture is dried to remove any excess water. Finally, the resulting ground and dried material is sifted to obtain a fine powder, which is the hemp protein.

  • Stevia

    Stevia is a natural sweetener derived from the leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant. It is made through a process of extracting the sweet compounds, called steviol glycosides, from the leaves. This extraction involves steeping the leaves in water, separating the solids, and purifying the resulting liquid to obtain the concentrated stevia extract.

  • Cocoa (Chocolate Only)

    Cocoa powder production begins with Harvesting and Fermentation where harvested beans from cocoa trees and extracted from the cocoa pods. The beans are then fermented for a few days to develop the desired flavor and aroma and helps to remove the beans' outer pulp. Next, the beans are spread out to dry and once dried they undergo roasting which enhances the flavor and also helps to separate the cocoa nibs (the inner part of the bean) from the outer shell or husk. The roasted beans are then ground into a paste called cocoa mass. The cocoa mass is then subjected to a hydraulic press to separate the cocoa solids from the cocoa butter, leaving behind a dry cake. The dry cocoa cake is further ground into a fine powder known as cocoa powder. Finally, the cocoa powder is sieved to remove any remaining coarse particles.

  • Vanilla & Xantham Gym

    Xanthan gum is made through a fermentation process using Xanthomonas campestris bacteria which is added to carbohydrate. The bacteria are cultured in a nutrient-rich medium and allowed to ferment. The fermented broth is harvested, purified to remove impurities, and dried to obtain the powdered xanthan gum. This gum is a versatile thickening and stabilizing agent used in a large variety of products.

Nutritional Information

24g and 4.8g of BCAAs per scoop

No added sugar, no artificial flavours, and no preservatives