GRASS-FED WHEY PROTEIN IS UNPARALLELED
New Zealand is an island located in the southwestern Pacific
Ocean. The moderate temperatures, fertile soil, excellent rainfall and yearly
average of 2,000 hours of sunshine, provides ideal growing conditions for
This allows for cattle to flourish. In fact, New Zealand’s primary
export is dairy. Cattle graze throughout the year on grass, as nature intended,
cycling through pastures across the land.
On average, they spend 90% of their time roaming outside in
pastures during the year. In addition to New Zealand’s top-notch growing
conditions, the country has stringent laws regarding artificial growth
hormones, antibiotics, pesticides and herbicides.
Due to New Zealand’s remote location, the land is free from many
pests and diseases, which plague other parts of the world. Nevertheless, the
New Zealand government prohibits the use of herbicides, pesticides and
Additionally, growth hormones (rBST and rBGH), which are used on
cows to increase milk production, are illegal in New Zealand. This allows for
the purest milk to derive whey from.