Popular meat-free brand Better Nature is launching a brand-new tempeh product range at TheVeganKind Supermarket. With new flavours at lower prices, the brands aims to make their tasty products even more accessible, keeping up with growing consumer demand for more healthy, naturally delicious meat-free food.
The new range consists of tempeh-based products including Southern-Style BBQ Ribz, Sweet & Smoky Rashers, Traditional & Tender Roast Bites and Shawarma-spiced Kebab Strips, each priced between £2.49 and £2.99 to help make adopting a plant-based diet a more accessible option for everyday consumers.
As with all of Better Nature’s products, the new range will be highly nutritious, packed with protein and fibre and great for the gut, to support a healthy diet and lifestyle. The products have been reviewed on their carbon footprint by UK sustainability start-up Foodsteps, receiving the highest possible A rating. They are also both carbon and plastic negative, meaning they offset double what they produce - tying in with the brand's mission to make their products as ethical and sustainable as possible and create meat-alternatives that don’t compromise on people, the planet, or animals.
Launching just in time for summer, the new products can be the staple of any vegan BBQ, brunch or Sunday roast dinner with the family. They are quick and simple to prepare, and can be easily incorporated into a wide variety of recipes and classic mealtime favourites.
Fabio Rinaldo, Co-founder and Head of Product Development and Operations at Better Nature said: “This new range is a result of our ongoing mission to make a plant-based lifestyle more accessible and enjoyable, by removing the need to compromise on either taste or nutrition when choosing plant-based foods.
Our delicious new products can be prepared in just five minutes, meaning even those with a hectic lifestyle don’t need to compromise on nutrition. They take on more familiar forms than traditional tempeh, and we hope that this, paired with their great taste and versatility, will mean more flexitarians can choose meat-free more often.”
Products will be available to buy online from the brand's website and from June 2021 through TheVeganKind Supermarket.