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  • +3 votes

    Dammit - waited and waited and then placed a large order Monday.

    And still shipped and sitting in Tasmania since Tuesday.

  • +2 votes

    Cheers, perfect timing!

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    Done of a bi… just placed an order yesterday!

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    just in time for 20kg WPC annual stock up, cheers!

  • +1 vote

    Wow! just ordered last week

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    I live in south east suburbs of Melbourne. Does anyone wants to buy 20kg and split? PM me. Thanks.

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    What flavours taste best for their WPC?

  • +1 vote

    Oh great they changed the website again so it's harder to use.

  • +1 vote

    i cant even find out where to put the code??? website comes up like a mobile site now … wtf..

    edit.. found it .. before the checkout… scroll right to the bottom of the order list … what a frikin stupid website design, it was easier before.

    good deal, bn is still ok quality, and they never do discount codes no more so have to jump on it.

    • +2 votes

      Pretty simple really, choose your flavour and qty > add to cart. Repeat as necessary. Go to checkout and where it says coupon code put in the code. Pay. Done. Delivered.

      Not rocket science.

  • +5 votes

    Good deal but I can't vouch for BN anymore. They used to be great but then went downhill in quality and taste recently after they started sourcing their whey from overseas.

    Now using VPA who source theirs locally which makes a huge difference to the taste & quality. We have some of the best milk products in the world so why not use it for protein?

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      How long ago did they make the switch do you know? Haven't used BN protein for months and i'm on the fence on putting in an order. Right now i'm juggling between some branded protein (on sale of course) and MyProtein.

      • +1 vote

        Switch was made about 2/3 months ago, there was a bit of backlash but their Protein Matrix (I ordered beginning of this year) was always a mix. The only Aussie one is Natural Whey Protein Concentrate which is what I order/use. Mixability is decent with the agitator, the quality seems ok but would recommend getting the chocolate flavour > salted caramel (the salted caramel has next to no flavour tbh :( . Vanilla is vanilla which is always good.

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      I've been using them few a few years, I haven't noticed any change?? I'll take a look at VPA.

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      Their site is down at the moment. How does the value compare?

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        BN looks to be cheaper in general. BN WPC $25 vs VPA WPC $29 (though BN's natural Australian WPC is also $29), BN WPI $36 vs VPA WPI $38

    • +7 votes

      I agree with you completely. I don't think I will buying from them anymore as they have slowly started changing all their whey proteins to USA sourced whey. We do have the best dairy products on the planet.

      I didn't know they were that profit driven to source cheaper whey for the sake of a little extra profit. As a company, I would much rather keep Australian producers in business than spend my money overseas. Very poor ethical business decision, however I suspect most customers won't know or never look into where the raw materials come from.

      I have ordered from them a few times just to try out there they proteins, most are way too sweet and many contain not enough flavour, purchased vanilla protein matrix and it just tastes sweet. There is almost zero vanilla flavour to the protein.

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        They said in a blog that the new WPC they source is cheaper and tastes better. I'm still on their old WPC so I can't confirm if this is true. I don't really have a problem with them sourcing their WPC from the USA if it saves me 10%.

      • +2 votes

        I've used their WPI for years and previously it came from NZ (which I'd argue - IMO, of course - has better dairy products than Oz, sorry). Then they changed to sourcing it from the US. I can't tell the difference and neither can my stomach - bloats up on everything other brand of WPI I've ever tried over the past 20+ years. That's why I stick with BN. But note - that's WPI and not WPC (I wouldn't even go there due to bit of an issue with dairy).

        Edit: Actually I take it back, I was great with an organic (or possibly just grass-fed, free-range - sorry I forget) protein powder I bought in NZ (and made in NZ), back in July - but was a LOT more expensive (I forgot to take some BN WPI over with me).

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        Sounds about right. Real vanilla is getting much harder to source.

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      Is VPA recommended? Nice flavours?

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        Definitely. 100% Australian made and they have some very nice flavours. Strawberry literally tastes like a milkshake. Vanilla is great too. Their chocolate is ok but I'm usually not a chocolate person.

    • +1 vote

      I had the same issue when I found out they were changing their protein, if you want 100% Australian (which is what I prefer as well), look up their Natural Whey Protein Concentrate/Isolate. I ordered the WPC and the label says 99% Australian Ingredients, supposedly it's Whey from a Bega Farm but it does cost a bit more but it's a price I'm willing to pay for an ingredient I can trust more. How is VPA in terms of mixability/taste??

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        Huh? this is what it says in their Natural Whey Protein: "We are now using an Irish sourced cold filtered Whey Protein Isolate"

        • +1 vote

          God dam they must have changed it again since i last spoke to them, sorry about that, the Natural Whey Protein Concentrate on their website says this:

          Naturally rich in branched chain and essential amino acids (BCAAs and EAAs), it’s delicious and derived via ultra filtration, from the milk of Australian grass fed and hormone free cows.

          Natural Health consumers
          Our raw Whey Protein Concentrate is simply 100% pure, ultra filtered Whey Protein Concentrate from an Australian manufacturer.

          • +2 votes

            @zoidee: So, the Natural WPC is Australian and the Natural WPI is Irish.

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              @Colombian: Yup, sorry just checked the FB Message they sent me from a while back and it was just WPC, not WPI. Regarding the Natural WPC they said "Our WPC is currently sourced from Warrnambool Cheese and Butter in Australia "

  • +2 votes

    Awesome, their zero-carb electrolyte blend is great.

    • +1 vote

      I've just discovered this. Finally some zero-carb electrolytes with a really good potassium:sodium ratio! I've been using High5 ZERO, which are 70mg Potassium to 250mg Sodium.

      BN electrolyte blend is 120mg Potassium to 60mg Sodium. 2:1! that's awesome.

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    5.80/kg for dextrose, wow.

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    I'm Looking for grass fed isolates, lactose free?

  • +3 votes

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Placed a $250 order last night. Was checking on ozbargain for a month before I pulled the pin.

  • +1 vote

    I'm a long term user of BN. I believe their products have lost consistency. I drink WPC and Casein powder mostly and I find at times that some bags don't taste the same. The last bag of WPC chocolate I bought from them was awful, it made a thick foam after shaking it with water.

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    What's better, their WPC or Protein Matrix for best price/performance?

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      WPC is best price per KG of protein content

      WPC WPI
      % Protein 77 88.5
      Protein KG/5KG 3.85 4.425
      $ 5KG $90.00 $149.00
      $/Kg Protein $23.38 $33.67
      10% Off ($/kg P.) $21.04 $30.31
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    Thanks. Purchased. Gains!

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    iherb, venom, BN or myprotein?

    last order I got was 2016 and have 2kg left so starting to research

  • +2 votes

    Quite disappointed with BN, they changed something in their protein recently i think. Every time I have their protein my head spins and i feel like throwing up. Having WPI and WPC from them since last 3-4 years never had these issue before.

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      That sucks to hear. I have been feeling that with the optimum nutrition WPI that i have. Finishing it up with overnight oats atm and just ordered to try this out. Hopefully I dont get the same problem

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      Is it their new WPC?

      The old formula with Aussie cows is Natural WPC.

      New WPC is from merica.

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        Yeah i think its new one. Never had any issues with previous ones.
        I sent an email asking them whats happening, never got a reply back. Earlier i would always get a response back from them within 24 to 48 hours.

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    Any suggestions from their pre workout powders?

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    Would the WPI or WPC be more ideal as a meal replacement? Don't hit the gym, just want to keep my diet somewhat consistent.

    • +2 votes

      Neither, but if you have to choose, i'd say the WPC, since its much cheaper and has more carbs/fats.

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    Is BN the company that tests their own protein regularly for purity?

    I got burned badly by nobull supplements years ago and haven't bothered with WPI since.

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    Wow, the promo ended already!!!