Plant-based food company Dr. Praeger’s, which is known for selling veggie burgers and other meat alternatives, has announced the launch of a new line of soy and gluten-free products called Pure Plant Protein.
Each of the new products is high in fiber and protein, with at least 10g of protein per serving. The ingredients for these new soy-free meat alternatives include pea protein and veggies like carrots, butternut squash, black beans, and sweet potatoes.
“We’re bringing clean ingredients to the growing meatless category and packing in the protein while loading up with real vegetables for added nutrition – without any of the fake stuff making headlines,” said Larry Praeger, the company’s CEO.
“Flexitarians are one of the fastest-growing groups out there,” added Praeger. “They want and deserve better tasting meatless products with ingredients they know and recognize. This is for them.”
The new Dr. Praeger’s products include Breaded Chick’n Tenders, Sunday Funday Meatless Sausage, Super Greens Veggie Nuggets, and two plant-based burgers, the All-American and the Sweet Heat Beet.
The expected price for the new Pure Plant Protein meat alternatives will be $4.99 per box.
Be sure to read the label, because some other Dr. Praeger products outside of the Pure Plant Protein line do contain soy.
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