ALLMAX AllWhey Classic: No-Nonsense Whey w/ Scoop on Top!


ALLWHEY Classic is a straightforward whey protein blend for industry leader ALLMAX that also packs a unique surprise.

ALLMAX has been a long time player in the supplement game. Their expansive line of supplements run the gamut from the bare essentials like creatine to the more complex pre workout and intra workout powders – and they all have natural colors now too!

But we’re not here to focus on those this month. We’re going to focus on their line of protein powders, and what little piece of genius separates them from the competition.

ALLWHEY Classic is one of four protein powder options from the brand that’s exactly what you’d expect. Pure, unadulterated whey protein in a convenient and cost-effective package.

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ALLWHEY Classic Ingredients

ALLWHEY Classic is a straightforward whey protein blend consisting of whey protein concentrate (WPC) and isolate (WPI). Looking at the label, you’ll notice there’s no glutamine, creatine, or glycine listed in the ingredients, so you can rest assured you’re getting a top quality protein that’s free of amino spiking.

  • Cross-Flow Micro-Filtered Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC)

    ALLMAX ALLWHEY Classic Ingredients

    ALLWHEY Classic is a mixture of whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate that’s heavier on the former.

    Milk consists of two types of proteins, whey accounts for 20% of the protein content, while casein accounts for the remaining majority, 80%. Whey is the ultra-fast digesting protein that’s ideal as a post-workout snack to help replenish the amino acid pool that gets depleted during tough workouts. Casein, on the other hand, is the much slower digesting protein that keeps you full during your overnight fast while sleeping.

    The breakdown of whey doesn’t end there though, there’s also various types and classifications of whey. The most basic form is whey protein concentrate (WPC). This is the lowest-quality form, and, depending on the grade of whey concentrate used, the protein content can vary anywhere between 35-80% protein. The remaining percentages consist of a mixture of carbs (lactose) and fats.[1]

    Since this is the first ingredient listed in the protein blend, it’s safe to say that the majority of the blend consists primarily of WPC. While this is A-OK for most people, those who are lactose intolerant or have trouble digesting concentrate heavy products may want to avoid it.

  • Cross-Flow Ultra-Filtered Whey Protein Isolate (WPI)

    The second form of whey contained in ALLWHEY Classic is the more refined and higher quality Whey Protein Isolate (WPI). When we say “more refined” we mean that whey undergoes another step in the manufacturing process to further remove excess carbs and fat from the whey powder.

    This results in a much higher quality whey product that contains at least 90% protein, and has next to no carbs or fats.[1] This is the ideal form of whey for those who have lactose issues as there is virtually none of it remaining in WPI.

    While it’s great to include this form of whey in ALLWHEY Classic, we’d really like to know how much of each protein contributes to the blend.

  • The Rest

    ALLMAX No Artificial

    No Artificial Dye
    No Artificial Colors
    Only all Natural Coloring is what you can expect from ALLWHEY Classic.

    The remaining ingredients used to formulate ALLWHEY Classic are the same players that you’d find tagging along in any protein powder. Things such as guar gum, xanthan gum, natural & artificial flavors, sucralose, and ace-K all make an appearance and help improve the flavor and texture of the protein to yield a feeling of satisfaction whenever you enjoy it.

The Alternatives from ALLMAX, in case you need less concentrate

Note that if you want an isolate-first protein comparable with Optimum Nutrition’s 100% Whey Protein Gold Standard or Dymatize Elite Whey, which are better for lactose sensitive users, then you should take a look at ALLMAX AllWhey GOLD, which we’ll be writing about soon.

If you want a pure whey isolate (ie you’re on keto diet / cutting carbs or are lactose intolerant), then take a look at ALLMAX IsoFlex, which has a true 90% protein by weight!

The Difference

ALLMAX Scoop Lock

End scoop loss with ALLMAX’s ingenious addition of Scoop-Lock Technology!

Up until now, you’re probably wondering what really separates ALLMAX’s whey protein from any other on the market. Sure, it’s a blend, as are many other great and affordable powders, so why should you buy ALLWHEY Classic.

Here’s why…

How many times have you opened a new tub of protein powder only to be unable to find the scoop?! Countless times, right?

This inevitably leads to a frustrating waste of time shaking, jostling, knifing, and swirling the tub around to find the stinkin scooper! ALLMAX solves that dastardly problem with their patented Scoop-Lock Technology.

This feature, unique to ALLMAX’s four protein powders, consists of a lip added to the inside of a protein container’s lid allowing its scoop to simply hook in and stay at the top. Thereby ending any dread you may have of trying to locate the scooper everytime you crack open the tub.

Check the enjoyable video below for more info on Scoop-Lock:

For the full-length director’s cut video, click here.

Mike’s ALLMAX Scooper Review

It may sound hokey, but Mike’s been using it and has grown quite fond of it. No more putting your dirty post-workout gym hands all the way into your tub. After a while, you remember not to throw that scooper (which now has your post-workout gym hand germs on it) into the powder – you just latch it right back onto the lid, where it rests in a stable position.

ALLMAX Scoop Lock Review

The scoop rests gently yet pretty securely right up there, and don’t forget about the easy to open lid!

The lid is also quite ergonomical with it’s studded shape, so if you’re a lady with small hands like my girlfriend, you don’t have to spend all day fussing with it.

Many of the higher-end brands of protein powders are more or less the same. It’s the small incremental differences like this that are nice to see – but as you know, we need to keep the cost somewhat reasonable, which is why we have the price comparisons on this page.


Each serving of ALLWHEY Classic weighs in at a hefty 43g / serving! That’s quite a big difference compared to most other powders on the market which typically are in the 30-35g range. With that in mind, you should expect that the macros for a standard serving of ALLWHEY Classic will be just a tad higher than other protein options you may have tried.

  • Calories: 170-180
  • Protein: 30g
  • Carbs: 9-10g (7g sugar)
  • Fat: 2-3g (1g saturated)

Again, if you want something a bit cleaner, then check out ALLMAX AllWhey GOLD or even ALLMAX IsoFlex, the cleanest of them all!

Flavors Available

ALLMAX hasn’t skimped on the flavors with ALLWHEY Classic. When you’re ready to dive in, you’ll be able to choose from five different flavors including:

ALLMAX ALLWHEY Classic Flavors

ALLWHEY Classic comes in all the classic flavors you’ve come to know and love from your favorite protein powders.

  • Chocolate
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Vanilla
  • Strawberry

ALLWHEY Classic Review Coming Soon

CJ’s got a tub of ALLWHEY Classic and will be taking it down and posting a review on YouTube – stay tuned to our channel for that video!


Protein powders are one of the biggest sellers in the supplement market. They’re used by much more than the average meathead. Nowadays with a more astute population, and an emphasis on adequate protein consumption, you’ll find sorority girls all the way to grandparents enjoying whey protein.

ALLWHEY Classic is an ideal fit for those looking for a tasty, affordable option that’s also guaranteed to be free of amino spiking. The scooper is on top, it stays clean, and it doesn’t get your nasty finger germs all up in your powder. A small win, but a win nonetheless.

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About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public. Mike is currently experimenting with a low Vitamin A diet.

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