Hot Sale Vegan Protein Rice Protein Powder 80%


Other Name: Pure Rice Protein
Spec./ Purity: 80%; 85% ( Other specifications can be customized)
CAS Number: 12736-90-0
Appearance: Off-white powder
Main function: Energy supply
Moisture content: ≤8%
Gluten free, no Allergen, Non-GMO
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Product Description

Rice protein is a vegetarian protein that, for some, is more easily digestible than whey protein. Rice protein has a more distinct taste than most other forms of protein powder. Like whey hydrosylate, this flavor is not effectively masked by most flavorings; however, the taste of rice protein is usually considered to be less unpleasant than the bitter taste of whey hydrosylate. This unique rice protein flavor may even be preferred to artificial flavorings by consumers of rice protein.

SRS takes pride in its sustainable and environmentally responsible practices. We often source rice from eco-friendly farms and utilize eco-conscious manufacturing processes, aligning with the growing demand for ethical and environmentally friendly products. Our rice protein also stands out for its versatility. Whether you're incorporating it into protein shakes, plant-based recipes, or gluten-free baked goods, its neutral taste and fine texture make it an ideal choice.


Technical Data Sheet

Determination Specification Results
Appearance Powder of faint yellow, uniformity and relax, no agglomeration or mildew, no foreign matters with naked eye Conforms
Particle Size 300 mesh Conforms
Protein ≧80% 83.7%
Fat ≦8.0% 5.0%
Moisture ≦5.0% 2.8%
Ash ≦5.0% 1.7%
particlesize 38.0—48.0g/100ml 43.5g/100ml
Carbohydrate ≦8.0% 6.8%
Lead ≦0.2ppm 0.08ppm
Mercury ≦0.05ppm 0.02ppm
Cadmium ≦0.2ppm 0.01ppm
Arsenic ≦0.2ppm 0.07ppm
Total Plate Count ≦5000 cfu/g 180 cfu/g
Moulds and Yeasts ≦50 cfu/g <10 cfu/g
Coliforms ≦30 cfu/g <10 cfu/g
Escherichia Coli N.D. N.D.
Salmonella species N.D. N.D.
Staphyococcus aureus N.D. N.D.
Pathogenic N.D. N.D.
Alfatoxin B1 ≦2 ppb <2ppb<4ppb
Total B1,B2,G1&G2 ≦ 4 ppb
Ochratotoxin A ≦5 ppb <5ppb

Function and Effects

Excellent control of heavy metals and micro-contaminants:
Rice protein is known for its superior quality control, ensuring that it contains minimal levels of heavy metals and micro-contaminants. This makes it a safe and reliable choice for those concerned about product purity.

Rice protein is hypoallergenic, meaning it is unlikely to cause allergic reactions. It is a suitable option for individuals with common food allergies, such as those to soy or dairy.


Ease of digestibility:
Rice protein is gentle on the digestive system and is easily digested. This characteristic makes it a good choice for individuals with sensitive stomachs or digestive issues.

Completely natural protein among all cereal grains:
Unlike some other cereal grains, rice protein is minimally processed and contains no artificial additives. It provides a natural source of plant-based protein.

A Plant-Based Exercise Equal to Whey:
Rice protein provides benefits during exercise that are equivalent to whey protein. It offers similar advantages in terms of muscle recovery, muscle building, and overall athletic performance. This means that rice protein can be an effective and plant-based alternative to whey protein for individuals seeking to enhance their exercise and fitness routines.

Application Fields

Sports Nutrition:
Rice protein is commonly used in sports nutrition products such as protein bars, shakes, and supplements to support muscle recovery and overall athletic performance.

Plant-Based Diets:
It's a valuable protein source for individuals following plant-based or vegan diets, providing an essential amino acid profile.


Food and Beverage Industry:
Rice protein is utilized in various food and beverage products like dairy-free alternatives, baked goods, and snacks to enhance nutritional content and cater to dietary preferences.

Rice protein Production Raw Materials


The protein content of whole and broken rice is 7-9%, the protein content of rice bran is 13.3-17.4%, and the protein content of rice residue is as high as 40-70%(dry base, depending on the starch sugar). Rice protein is prepared from rice residue, a by-product of starch sugar production. Rice bran is rich in crude protein, fat, ash, nitrogen-free extracts, B-group microbiotics and tocopherols. It is a good energy feed, and its nutrient concentration, amino acid and fatty acid composition are better than that of cereal feed, and its price is lower than that of corn and wheat bran.

Application And Prospect Of Rice Protein In Livestock And Poultry Production

As a vegetable protein, rice protein is rich in various amino acids and its composition is balanced, similar to Peruvian fishmeal. The crude protein content of rice protein is ≥60%, the crude fat accounts for 8% ~ 9.5%, the digestible protein is 56%, and the lysine content is extremely rich, ranking first in cereals. In addition, rice protein contains a variety of trace elements, bioactive substances and microbial enzymes, so that it has the ability of physiological regulation. Suitable amount of rice bran meal in livestock and poultry feed is less than 25%, the feeding value is equivalent to corn; Rice bran is an economical and nutritious feed for ruminants. However, due to the high content of cellulose in rice bran, and the lack of rumen microorganisms that decompose cellulose in non-ruminants, the amount of rice bran should not be excessive, otherwise the growth rate of broilers will decrease significantly and the feed conversion rate will gradually decrease. Adding rice protein products to feed can improve the growth performance and immunity of livestock and poultry, improve the environment of livestock and poultry houses, etc. It is a protein feed resource with broad application prospects.

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    1kg -5kg

    ★ 1kg/aluminium foil bag, with two plastic bags inside.

    ☆ Gross Weight | 1 .5kg

    ☆ Size | ID 18cmxH27cm


    25kg -1000kg

    ★ 25kg/fiber drum, with two plastic bags inside.

    ☆ Gross Weight | 28kg

    ☆ Size| ID42cmxH52cm

    ☆ Volume| 0.0625m3/Drum.


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    We offer swift pickup/delivery service, with orders being dispatched on the same or next day for prompt availability. packing-3

    Our rice protein has obtained certification in compliance with the following standards, demonstrating its quality and safety:
    ★ CGMP,
    ★ ISO9001,
    ★ ISO22000,
    ★ FAMI-QS,
    ★ IP(NON-GMO),
    ★ Kosher,
    ★ Halal,
    ★ BRC.

    rice-protein-8What are the differences between rice protein and brown rice protein?
    Rice protein and brown rice protein are both derived from rice but have some key distinctions:
    Processing: Rice protein is typically extracted from white rice and undergoes further processing to remove most of the carbohydrates, fats, and fiber, leaving a concentrated protein source. In contrast, brown rice protein is derived from whole brown rice, which includes the bran and germ, resulting in a protein source with higher fiber content and potential nutrients.
    Nutritional Profile: Due to the differences in processing, rice protein tends to be a purer source of protein with a higher protein content by weight. Brown rice protein, on the other hand, contains a more complex nutritional profile, including fiber and additional micronutrients.
    Digestibility: Rice protein, with its higher protein concentration, is often easier to digest and may be preferred by individuals with sensitive digestive systems. Brown rice protein, with its higher fiber content, might be better suited for those seeking the benefits of both protein and fiber in one source.

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