WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY, AGROTECHNOLOGY & FOOD SCIENCES, FOOD MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY  

Ready-cooked meal

ECOTROPHELIA NETHERLANDS 2012 - Or/Gold
ECOTROPHELIA EUROPE 2012 - Or/Gold

Chef. Lupin

ECOTROPHELIA EUROPE 2012 - NETHERLANDS

An innovative and nutritious ready to prepare frozen eco-meat alternative made from fermented lupin beans.

Chef. Lupin is an innovative eco-food product made from lupin beans grown in Europe. Capitalizing on Asian traditional process, fermentation enriches the flavor of the tempeh and enhances the digestibility of the nutrients. Naturally high in fiber, it is now added with oat and coated with whole-wheat flour for extra goodness. All the nature goodness are in it; high protein, source of fiber, source of iron, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus. It is a tasty, savory meat alternative that nourishes not only you, but also your Earth. With eco-friendly ingredients, packaging, production process, the GHG emission of Chef. Lupin is only less than10% of similar meat product! Moreover, more plantation of the lupin bean will help to nourish the Mother Nature by acting as natural fertilizer. How neat it is to have a better planet by eating healthier and tasty food! These tasty tempeh sticks are packaged frozen for maximum freshness and convenience; and within minutes in oven, pan, or microwave, these delicacies will be ready as perfect snacks or meal. At an affordable price and with no animal ingredients, Chef. Lupin could be your new favourite meat alternative. Show your love to yourself and your planet, and grab yourself these tasty nourishments!

Categories : Ready-cooked meal.
Preservation methods : Frozen.
Population targets : Family.
Components : Pulses.
Consumer timeframes : Main dish.
Innovations : Main component.





Follow us







The EEIG ECOTROPHELIA EUROPE is the organiser of the ECOTROPHELIA EUROPE contest.
It is composed of 9 food institutions in Europe: ANIA (France), CCIS-CAFE (Slovenia),
SEVT (Greece), LVA (Austria), FIAB (Spain), FEVIA (Belgium), SI (Iceland), FoodDrinkEurope and EIT FOOD.



Copyright © 2024 Ecotrophelia Europe