The benefits of hemp protein include muscle tissue building and repair, structural support, bodily movement, increase performance in athletics, and even defense against germs. That’s why people who want to get these health benefits but do not want to get it from animal products turn to plant-based protein such as raw hemp protein powder. But how exactly is raw hemp protein powder made?
How Hemp Protein Powder is made
A remarkably diverse crop valued for food and nonfood purposes, hemp can be considered a source of protein far more superior than other sources because it has above-than-average digestibility.
The base material in the making of hemp protein powder is hemp seeds. These seeds are removed from mature hemp crops and are dehydrated in hot air dryers at temperatures not exceeding 35°C. Small seeds are extracted from the pile to undergo a cold pressing process, milling and grounding to make organic hemp protein powder.
Our Hemp Protein Powder
Being at the forefront of health food products, Impact Foods take pride in how our hemp crops are grown, cultivated, harvested, processed and packed.
The raw material—the hemp seeds—used in our organic hemp protein powder have been sourced and grown organically in Europe or China.
Unlike other hemp protein powders, you can be sure we have used NO pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and other harmful chemicals in our crops. Our hemp is organically certified by Organic Farmers and Growers who are one of UK’s leading organic control bodies.
And because we carefully and properly pick, process and pack our hemp seeds, most—if not all—of the hemp’s nutritional benefits are retained. On top of that, our hemp powder has a naturally nutty taste and aroma which can’t be found in other hemp protein powder products. Use it fruit shakes, porridge, soups, and baked goods.
Impact Foods can supply hemp Chinese and hemp Europe protein powders in bulk, private label and white label to the UK and all over Europe.