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Optimum Nutrition Vegan Plant Protein Powder

Avoiding animal products doesn’t have to mean missing out on protein. Whether you’re on the go or trying to refuel quickly after a workout, you can choose from a variety of plant-based protein powders — plain or flavored — to mix with water, non-dairy milk, smoothies, oatmeal or other foods. Plant foods like rice, peas and sunflower seeds aren’t protein-packed the way meat and fish are, but food processors can remove most of the fat and carbs and isolate the protein found in these foods to make protein-rich powders. Buy Vegan Friendly Protein Powders from Sprint Fit & receive fast shipping NZ wide.

About Optimum Nutrition 

Over 35 years, Optimum Nutrition’s obsessive pursuit of the highest quality standards has only been matched by the desire to see you achieve your goals.

Powering 2 billion workouts around the world, Optimum Nutrition has helped anybody who ever had a fitness aspiration and believed that they could achieve it, from elite athletes to everyday gym goers and amateur sportsman.

Banned substance tested & trusted by fitness professionals. Optimum Nutrition remains the #1 protein brand in the world for a reason.

Sprint Fit stocks a wide range of Optimum Nutrition products such as the multi award winning 100% Whey Gold Standard Protein, Serious Mass, Amino Energy and Gold Standard Pre Workout.

All Vegan Plant Protein Powder

Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of taking plant-based protein powders?

Vegan plant protein powder is a protein supplement derived from plant sources such as peas, rice, and sunflower seeds. It provides a protein-rich alternative for those avoiding animal products.


These plant-based protein powders are often easier to digest, hypoallergenic, and environmentally friendly. They're a suitable option for lactose intolerance or dairy allergies.

How do I use plant-based protein powders?

Our plant-based protein powders are versatile supplements that can be taken in various ways to boost your protein intake. Vegan protein powder can be taken at any time of the day, but many people prefer to consume it post-workout to aid in muscle recovery.


Some of the most popular ways to use it include:

  • Shakes and Smoothies: Mix your protein powder with water or non-dairy milk or blend it into your favourite smoothie recipe. Adding fruits, vegetables, nut butter, and seeds will boost the drink's nutritional value and flavour.
  • Cooking and Baking: Add your chosen vegan protein powder to your favourite meals and baking recipes to increase protein content.
  • Breakfast Bowls: Add a scoop of protein powder to smoothie bowls, acai bowls, or chia pudding for a nutritious start to your day. Top with fresh fruits, granola, and seeds for added texture and nutrients.
Are vegan protein powders complete?

Some vegan plant protein powers are complete, depending on the ingredients used. Those made from a blend of different plant sources, such as peas, rice, and hemp, provide all amino acids. However, single-source plant proteins might lack one or more essential amino acids.


Check the nutritional profile of your powder to ensure it meets your protein needs.

Are there any allergens in plant-based protein powders?

Some of our vegan plant protein powders contain allergens. For example, the Macro Mike Premium Almond Protein Powder includes almonds, and other products may contain soy.


It's important to check each product's specific ingredient lists and allergen information to ensure they meet your dietary requirements. You can view detailed product descriptions and ingredient lists on their respective pages.

Are plant-based proteins as effective as animal-based proteins?

Yes! Plant-based proteins can be just as effective as animal-based ones, helping support several health and fitness goals.


Many plant-based protein powders are complete proteins, similar to animal-based ones. Combining different plant sources, such as pea and rice protein, provides a balanced amino acid profile comparable to animal proteins.

What should I consider when choosing a vegan or plant-based protein powder?

Here are some key considerations when choosing a vegan or plant-based protein powder:

  • Protein content: Check the grams of protein per serving.
  • Amino acid profile: Check whether the protein is complete, providing all essential amino acids.
  • Ingredients and allergens: Look for powders that use minimal and natural ingredients.
  • Flavours: Find a flavour that you enjoy to encourage more consistent use.
  • Brand: Look for trusted, reputable brands. We have cautiously picked our carried brands so you can be confident in the quality of your product.

Reviews: Check individual product reviews to see individuals’ real-world experiences using the supplement.

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