Nestle is on the brink of provide plant-based alternate options to eggs and shrimp. The well-known Swiss meals big is increasing its menu within the burgeoning vegan market and creating merchandise marketed as “vEGGie” and “Vrimp.”
In an announcement through their web site, Nestle defined that “vEGGie,” the corporate’s egg substitute, is constructed from soy protein and omega-3 fatty acids and “can be scrambled like real eggs, used in a frittata and pancakes or even as an ingredient when baking cakes or cookies.”
The shrimp various, “Vrimp” is constructed from mixing seaweed, peas, and konjac root, which creates “the authentic texture and flavor of succulent shrimps,” the assertion claimed.
“vEGGie” and “Vrimp” shall be provided to the general public in a “test-and-learn” launch at a restricted variety of shops in Switzerland and Germany.