Yes, Jake has a lot of protein, 120g per day, but it's competitors have even more. Huel and Queal both have 147g, Jimmy Joy 135g. The only one with a lower protein intake is Mana, 104g per day. The problem of Jake is packaging, making a smaller portion requires quite bothersome dealing with the powder.
I just wonder how much of protein can body absorb at once, because the additional protein probably just burdens the digestion system and kidneys.
Even when I was trying to build some muscles, I was told that the recommendation is around 1.4g per kg of weight. I don't understand why now everybody goes overhead with the amount of protein. My understanding is that a significant portion of people using powdered food want to lose weight so they want to avoid fat. But for others I assume it would be fine to have more fat and less protein. It is hard to develop a product that fits everybody.