What are some brands or movements which promote plant-based diets?

Posted by Sandeep Singh on 16 Nov, 2018

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Plant Veda Nutriva

Posted by Khushboo Gupta on 24 Jan, 2019

In India-  a country obsessed with milk, Nutriva manufactures dairy alternatives which are fortified with vitamins, protein and calcium. From morning tea to chocolate milk to offering buttermilk, the products are a direct solution as replacement of regular dairy products consumed from dawn to dusk in an Indian household. 

Current products are- 

Barista Almond milk- Speciality milk for tea, coffee, shakes

Almondmilk with 50% more calcium than dairy- Kids special 

Peanut Buttermilk with vitamins- World's first plant based buttermilk in tetra pack

Protein cookies - with plant protein

Available in major supermarkets such as Nature's Basket, foodhall, 24Seven, Daily Ninja, Bigbasket, QMart and available for nationwide delivery. 

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GoodDot - High-Quality Affordable Vegetarian Meat

Posted by Sandeep Singh on 16 Nov, 2018

Udaipur-based GoodDot is betting on an idea popularised by US companies, particularly Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. It uses pea protein, wheat gluten, soy protein and soy flour, among other ingredients, to make its food taste like meat. Unlike the US firms, GoodDot is not aiming to replace beef, which is not the meat of choice in India.  

GoodDot also wants to familiarise its product through quick-service restaurants run by a group company. There are three outlets in Udaipur, including two food trucks. There is one more outlet in the works in the city, along with two each in Lucknow, Bengaluru and Gurgaon.  

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