Gemma Pea Protein Isolate non-GMO
Pea Protein Isolate non-GMO (1lb.)
$9.02 - $9.49
An all-natural vegetable-based protein powder made from peas!*


Gemma Pea Protein Isolate is a nutritious addition to any vegan or vegetarian lifestyle! Derived from yellow peas, this material is cold-processed into a refined protein powder that retains over 80% protein content by volume and a digestibility of approximately 90%. Its natural, earthy taste and aroma are best complimented by a Chocolate or Vanilla-type flavor, or when used in baking or in a real fruit smoothie. The Gemma Pea Protein Isolate can also be combined with other plant-based proteins in order to maintain a rounded, varied diet.


  • Uses: Building lean muscle. Excellent source of Arginine, Leucine, Glutamine, and other branch chain and essential amino acids.
  • Mix-ability: Mixes easily in shaker cup or blender.
  • Taste: A natural or earthy taste with a smooth mouth texture.
  • Notes: Non-GMO, Gluten-free, Soy-free, hypoallergenic.

Gemma Protein Isolate Powder is extremely high in Leucine, Arginine, and Glutamine, along with a balanced amino profile. It is clean tasting for a Pea Protein, and mixes extremely smoothly with a lighter texture than Whey powders. Gemma Protein Isolate is derived and isolated from peas and its natural protein fraction, which possesses a low level of denaturing and is very soluable (mixes very well). Gemma is NON-GMO, low allergenic and gluten free. As dairy prices continue to rise, vegetable-based products like the new Gemma Protein will begin to change the protein industry. The digestibility of this product is at approximately 90-95%. For more vegetarian and vegan products, please be sure to check out our Rice Protein Concentrate, Hemp Protein, and Soy Protein Isolate non-GMO.


Mix 1 Serving (1 Scoop) in 8-12floz of water, juice, or milk.


Pea Protein Isolate.

Additional Flavoring Ingredients (if selected):

TrueFlavors: Flavoring (Natural Flavoring Extracts, non-GMO Rice Powder, Gum Acacia, Stevia).

Natural Premium Flavoring: Flavoring (Natural Flavoring and Coloring, Stevia, Maltodextrin).

Other Flavoring: Flavoring (Natural and Artificial Flavoring and Coloring, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose, Modified Food Starch, Silicon Dioxide, Maltodextrin).


The order quantity will be combined in to a single container when possible based on the total volume of material ordered, or split in to several containers when needed. The EZ-Seal Upright Mylar Bag option contains a standard 70cc scoop, is resealable, and will be heat-sealed for your protection. The Plastic Jug option contains a standard 70cc scoop, an interior lining, and will be heat-sealed for your protection.

General Warnings

If you are currently pregnant or nursing, consult a physician prior to use. Keep out of the reach of children.

Allergen Warnings

Although this product may not contain one or all of the following, this product is manufactured in a facility that handles milk, soy, egg, peanut, nut, tree, fish, crustaceans/shellfish, and wheat products.

Volumetric Measures 

Use the table below to approximate the gram equivalent weight for a given level measuring spoon (US Standard). Please note that accurate dosing should only be done with a recommended calibrated scale.

Measuring Spoon (level) g mg
90cc Scoop 37.4 37436
70cc Scoop 29.1 29117
29.6cc Scoop 12.3 12312
25cc Scoop 10.4 10399
Tablespoon 6.2 6152
10cc Scoop 4.2 4160
½ Tablespoon 3.1 3076
Teaspoon 2.1 2051
½ Teaspoon 1.0 1025
1.7cc Scoop 0.7 707
¼ Teaspoon 0.5 513
1/8 Teaspoon 0.3 256
1/16 Teaspoon 0.1 128
1/32 Teaspoon 0.1 64

DISCLAIMER: The above description is provided for information only and does not constitute medical advice.  Please consult your physician or the appropriately licensed professional before engaging in a program of exercise or nutritional supplementation.  No information in this site has been reviewed by the FDA.  No product is intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any disease.

Customer Reviews
# of Ratings: 18
1. on 6/26/2015, said:
The protein itself is fine. Blends well, flavor is good for the most part. The problem is that the price increases literally every time I get online to order. It started at $7something per pound and is now over $9 per pound. Incredibly frustrating.
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2. on 2/4/2015, said:
I'm lactose intolerant so I got this. It's the best vegan protien powder I ever used. I can't believe some people hate the taste. I use it unsweetened/unflavored and it is GOOD. I might even like the taste of it. It's mixablity isn't the best because it ends up very granulated, but there's something about the texture which is very nice. I love it. Edit: Ordered it in the chocolate peanut butter cup flavor, and the mixability is very bad. It's really hard to stop it from floating to the surface. I also noticed that with two scoops this protein bothers my stomach, as opposed to the cold-filtrate milk protein. 4/5
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3. on 12/28/2014, said:
Has a slightly nutty flavor, I recommend the chocolate peanut butter flavor. Slightly gritty texture, but not bad. It mixes quickly in a shaker bottle, but does not stay mixed for long so you may have to shake often if you drink slowly. This protein makes me very gassy, but beano (alpha galactosidase) can neutralize that. I prefer the flavor and texture of this over soy.
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4. on 7/4/2014, said:
Cheapest and healthiest vegan protein powder. I got with the natural premium flavor with either the chocolate or banana kind. Highly recommended.
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5. on 5/1/2014, said:
Pea protein has a very distinct, strong flavor and texture. I've noticed that the vegan protein powders differ from the vegetarian ones in the mix-ablity (solubility) and temperature threshold. I found that it is a little to thick to use with liquid, but that is just my opinion. Similar to casein, it just absorbs the liquid like a sponge. Overall, I probably wouldn't order it again. I prefer the rice protein, which is similar but not as thick and strong tasting. Both are non-GMO and an excellent source of protein (24g), so I think I'll stick with the rice.
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6. on 11/12/2013, said:
I purchased and used this protein as an alternative to whey looking for less inflammation. The product is a fine powder with a nutty smell to it. I purchased this product mixed with rice protein as all of the research I did recommended the two as a complete protein. I also occasionally mix this protein with hemp protein. The powder mixes well with water, milk, and almond milk. If you drink it straight with no flavoring or sweetener it has a nutty and not necessarily tasty flavor. But blended with fruits or anything else with flavor and the original flavor all but disappears. The protein is an excellent price compared to other options out there. I noticed no decrease in athletic performance or strength/weight gains while using this product with no whey protein. I would recommend this product to anyone avoiding animal proteins or looking to reduce overall inflammation. (ID#491616)
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7. on 11/5/2013, said:
This is my favorite non-dairy protein. I suffer from severe IBS, and gemma protein is by far the gentlest on my stomach (I have tried all variations of dairy and egg protein as well as hemp and brown rice). Though I use whey isolate post-workout for its rapid digestibility, I mix it with gemma because I prefer the thick texture that pea protein lends to the shake. Surprisingly, pea protein produces a thick enough shake that I use it instead of casein to add texture. Gemma has fewer carbs than casein and no lactose, which is its major appeal for me. Because it has a "nutty" flavor, I really enjoy using the peanut butter flavor, but am now going to try it with vanilla and chocolate peanut butter cup. I also love it as a bedtime treat with some grass-fed, full-fat yogurt. In general, if you're looking for a nondairy protein with a low carb count that's moderately filling and provides a thick texture, it's a very good option. (ID #486825)
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8. on 11/5/2013, said:
I love it! Mixes easy and is awesome when combined with wheat protein. Would definitely recommend to friends and will buy more!
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9. on 11/5/2013, said:
I have purchased this three times now (mixed with rice protein). I get mine unflavored and the taste was not pleasant when I first tried it but I wanted to use something other than whey, and one that didnt have extra coloring and flavoring so this is what I chose. After using it for a little while I got used to the taste and it doesnt even phase me. It is my go to for breakfast and after workouts.
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10. on 11/5/2013, said:
I have and currently use this. And I have to say it's best protein I've used. One, the amino profile is almost better than whey but it's a ton cheaper. Two, it's really thick (this is a positive for me). And three, I actually like the earthy taste it has( it almost tastes like peas unflavored) I'll admit that whey tastes a bit better, but a complete protein this lean at this price, I'll stick with gemma for sure.
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