Eighth Day Foods and lupins - food tech news in Asia

Australia-based Eighth Day Foods has developed a plant-based meat alternative made from sweet lupins and customized for Asian cuisine. It claims to be “ideal for Asia” via its specialized fermentation process.

While conventional plant-based meat is typically made from peas, soy, rice, and wheat, Eighth Day Foods is banking on sweet lupins, a legume claimed to be both healthy and sustainable. The company has conducted significant R&D into the processing of sweet lupins, and its patent-pending process based . . .

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