unMEAT Debuts New Plant-based Range

unMEAT, the newest 100% plant-based protein brand in the United States, exhibited its products at the Plant Based World Conference & Expo in New York City. unMEAT’s range of options includes burgers, nuggets, sausages, tuna, luncheon, and ground meat. Century Pacific Group is the first company to offer both a frozen and canned range of plant-based product, building on its already versatile product range for consumers, according to a press release.

unMEAT launches from Century Pacific Group, an established global food brand based in the Philippines with a history of successful global products. The new brand is made with plant-based ingredients, with zero cholesterol and trans-fat, while offering a healthy source of protein and fiber. Its ingredients simply include soy protein, vegetable oil, onion, wheat, salt, vinegar, and soy sauce. Century Pacific Group’s legacy is rooted in providing protein-rich brands of packaged food over four decades and brings great expertise to the plant-based market.

UnMEAT recently launched in the United States and is currently available at Seafood City Supermarkets on the West Coast including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Las Vegas. Unlike other plant-based brands available in the U.S., the company’s philosophy is that eating plant-based shouldn’t cost more than traditional meat and offers accessible pricing for its product range, ensuring its plant-based proteins are similarly priced to traditional meat.

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