Premium Whey Protein Isolate: Ideal for Protein-Enriched Functional Foods


Other Name: WPI
Spec./ Purity: 90% ( Other specifications can be customized)
CAS Number: 84082-51-9
Appearance: Creamy off white powder
Main function: Muscle Recovery and Growth; Satiety and Appetite Control
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Product Description

Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) is a premium, high-quality protein source with over 90% protein content. It's an ideal choice for muscle recovery, weight management, and dietary supplementation. Our meticulously filtered WPI is low in fat, carbs, and lactose, making it a versatile addition to sports nutrition and dietary products. Whether you're an athlete or formulator, our WPI delivers the protein you need for your fitness and nutritional goals.


Why choose SRS Nutrition Express for our isolated whey protein? We prioritize quality by sourcing our product locally in Europe, where we maintain strict control and adherence to rigorous European standards. Our experience and commitment to excellence have earned us trust and recognition in the industry, making us the ideal partner for top-tier isolated whey protein.


Technical Data Sheet


Function and Effects


High-Quality Protein Source:
WPI is a top-tier protein source, packed with essential amino acids that support muscle growth and repair.

Rapid Absorption:
Known for its quick absorption, WPI delivers protein rapidly, making it ideal for post-exercise muscle recovery.

Weight Management:
With its low fat and low carbohydrate content, WPI is a valuable addition to weight management plans.

Application Fields

Sports Nutrition:
WPI is extensively used in sports nutrition products like protein shakes and supplements to support muscle recovery and growth among athletes and fitness enthusiasts.

Dietary Supplements:
It's a popular choice for dietary supplements, providing a high-quality protein source for those looking to boost their protein intake.


Functional Foods:
WPI is frequently added to functional foods, such as protein-enriched snacks and health-focused products, to enhance their nutritional value.

Clinical Nutrition:
In the clinical nutrition sector, WPI is used in medical foods and supplements designed for patients with specific protein requirements.

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  • Packaging

    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.


    Large-Scale Warehousing



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

    Our Whey Protein Isolate has obtained certification in compliance with the following standards, demonstrating its quality and safety:
     ISO 9001,
     ISO 22000,

    Q: Differences Between Concentrated Whey Protein and Whey Protein Isolate

    ♦ Protein Content:
    Concentrated Whey Protein: Contains a lower protein content (typically around 70-80% protein) due to the presence of some fats and carbohydrates.
    Whey Protein Isolate: Boasts a higher protein content (usually 90% or more) as it undergoes additional processing to remove fats and carbohydrates.

    ♦ Processing Method:
    Concentrated Whey Protein: Produced through filtration methods that concentrate the protein content but retain some fats and carbohydrates.
    Whey Protein Isolate: Subjected to further filtration or ion-exchange processes to remove most fats, lactose, and carbohydrates, resulting in a purer protein.

    ♦ Fat and Carbohydrate Content:
    Concentrated Whey Protein: Contains a moderate amount of fats and carbohydrates, which may be desirable for certain formulations.
    Whey Protein Isolate: Has minimal fat and carbohydrates, making it suitable for those seeking a pure protein source with minimal additional nutrients.

    ♦ Lactose Content:
    Concentrated Whey Protein: Contains a moderate amount of lactose, which may be unsuitable for individuals with lactose intolerance.
    Whey Protein Isolate: Typically contains very low levels of lactose, making it a better choice for those with lactose sensitivity.

    ♦ Bioavailability:
    Concentrated Whey Protein: Provides essential nutrients, but its slightly lower protein content may affect overall bioavailability.
    Whey Protein Isolate: Offers a higher concentration of protein, resulting in improved bioavailability and faster absorption.

    ♦ Cost:
    Concentrated Whey Protein: Generally more cost-effective due to less extensive processing.
    Whey Protein Isolate: Tends to be pricier due to the additional purification steps involved.

    ♦ Applications:
    Concentrated Whey Protein: Suitable for various applications, including sports nutrition, meal replacements, and some functional foods.
    Whey Protein Isolate: Often preferred for formulations requiring a highly pure protein source, such as clinical nutrition, medical foods, and dietary supplements.



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