Dr. Praeger's Releases All-New Range Of Vegan Meats

All products in the new line include at least 10 grams of protein per serving
Plant Pure Protein New Range
The Plant Pure Protein range will include two new vegan-friendly burgers (Photo: Instagram)

US health-food brand, Dr. Praeger's, has announced the release a new range of plant-based meats.

While the brand already offers a number of vegan items - including Sensible Foods Four Potato Puffs, Root Veggie Hashbrowns, and Mushroom Risotto Veggie Burgers - the new high-protein range will carry the Plant Pure Protein label.


Offerings will include two plant-based patties, mock chicken tenders in three different flavors, vegan sausages, and Super Greens Veggie Nuggets.

The plant-based meats have been made using starches, legumes, vegetables, and pea protein - and all contain at least 10 grams of protein per serving.

Company CEO Larry Praeger said: "We're bringing clean ingredients to the growing meatless category and packing in the protein while loading up with real vegetables for added nutrition - without any of the fake stuff making headlines."

Dr Prager's Vegan Options
The brand already offers a number of vegan options (Photo: Instagram)

Growing demand

The New Jersey-based company is targeting an increasing market of 'flexitarians' - a similar approach to that of mock-meat giant Beyond Meat - as opposed to focusing on a niche market of strict vegetarians or vegans.

Praeger said: "Flexitarians are one of the fastest-growing groups out there.

"They want and deserve better tasting meatless products with ingredients they know and recognize. This is for them."

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