Roquette has announced the launch of its new Nutralys range of organic textured pea and fava bean proteins for the European market.
Roquette (La Madeleine, France) has announced the launch of its new Nutralys range of organic textured pea and fava bean proteins for the European market. The launch enhances its strong position on the overall protein market by offering a new label claim. According to Innova Market Insights, “organic” is the third largest health claim in Europe. To develop and boost the possibilities of the Nutralys range of organic pea and fava bean protein, Roquette worked with Chef Morten Fenger.
“The new organic Roquette plant-protein range allows me to replace meat 1:1 with plant-based meat in practically all my recipes with a culinary process as simple as home-cooking,” said Fenger, in a press release. “I love the creativity that these products allow me to unfold. The fact that they are organic, low-allergen and plant-based speaks for itself.”
The range has 11 grades of textured proteins, allowing for a wide variety of shapes and textures, with a neutral taste and clean label positioning in a range of applications that include meat and fish alternatives, and salad dressings, to name a few.
“This new organic range allows us to propose new alternatives, going a step beyond a conventional offer! We are not only offering organic versions of textured proteins, but also proposing a complete range to boost the creativity of Chefs and food lovers while contributing to a better food system,” said Jeremy Burks, senior vice president of plant proteins at Roquette.