Nabati Foods rolls out plant-based liquid eggs in the US

By Mary Ellen Shoup

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Photo Credit: Getty Images / 4kodiak
Photo Credit: Getty Images / 4kodiak

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After an initial launch in Canada, plant-based foods company Nabati Foods is rolling out its plant-based liquid egg product (Nabati Plant Eggz) in the US where it will be sold online through the company's direct-to-consumer website.

Made using a combination of lupin and pea protein, Nabati Plant Eggz will be sold direct-to-consumer online through Nabati.ca for $6.99 per 355ml bottle. Earlier this month, the company announced retail distribution with Canadian retailers​ Sobeys in Quebec and at Whole Foods locations across British Columbia and Ontario.

“Nabati Plant Eggz are a plant-based liquid egg product that was designed to mimic the same consistency, taste, and texture as you get with traditional chicken eggs,”​ Nabati Foods CEO Ahmad Yehya said, noting that the liquid egg product is cooked exactly the same way as regular chicken eggs and can be used in the same dishes including omelets, quiches, and scrambled eggs.

Each serving contains 100 calories and 6g of protein, 2g of fiber, and no cholesterol. The liquid egg product also contains several vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, vitamin E, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B12, and pantothenic acid. 

“We spent a lot of time thinking about the experience of cooking the product when we were developing it. We don’t want anyone to feel that they are missing out when they choose to go plant-based,”​ said Yehya.

“Further, it was important to us when we created this product that it be free of all of the most common allergens. Unlike other plant-based liquid eggs, our product is both soy-free and gluten-free."

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