MRM keeps good nutrition a part of the family with its all-natural line of complete plant proteins that offer nutrition for everyone in your family.
Since 1996, consumers have long trusted MRM to deliver innovative sports and wellness supplements using the highest quality ingredients. With the advent of a plant-based nutritional supplement line, MRM founder Mark Olson has been able to address the diverse nutritional needs of a rapidly growing consumer market segment. “The MRM Veggie Series of complete plant proteins consists of three formulas created not only for vegans and vegetarians, but for those who seek alternative protein options in their daily diet,” said Olson.
A key ingredient found within these formulas have also been registered and approved by both the Vegan Society and Vegetarian Society, and all are gluten-free, and contain no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.
All have been enrolled in the respect Non-GMO Project verification process, with Veggie Protein already approved GMO-free.
MRM Veggie Protein is a super-food complex, rich in omega-3s, -6s and -9s, with each serving of easily digested protein packed with essential amino acids, digestive enzymes, and antioxidant protection from over 13 different non-GMO fruits and vegetables.
MRM Veggie Elite is an industry first—a plant-based protein that is truly whey's rival, with an amino acid array to not only build lean muscle, but aid in post-workout recovery. This vegan-friendly protein for serious strength and endurance athletes meets or exceeds bioavailability requirements of the human body, and offers superior digestibility.
MRM Veggie Meal is MRM’s newest member of the Veggie Series family, and supplies a combination of high quality proteins along with important macronutrients contained in any whole food, balanced meal, allowing those with less time to expect superior nutrition in an instant.
The MRM Veggie Series assures healthy and ethical options that enable vegans and vegetarians the ability to access quality protein that won’t compromise ethics, yet offers alternatives to a growing audience of people interested in both reducing animal protein in the diet, and minimizing carbon footprint.