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Join us for our Plant Protein Webinar!

Join us on 13 May for an interactive webinar on the plant protein trend! Alongside Emma Stirling APD, we’ll be sharing insights into… Plant proteins currently on Australian shelves Tips on including more whole grains and legumes as part of a balanced plant-based diet Plus the chefs from Lentil As Anything will be cooking live! … Continue reading

Panzanella Salad

Serves: 2 Preparation time: 10 minutes Ingredients Salad 1 slice of day old Bakers Delight Pane di Casa Vienna Loaf 300g cups cherry tomatoes, sliced in half ½ red onion 10 large basil leaves 2 tbsp black olives 1 can (425g) chickpeas drained 1/3 of red capsicum 1/3 of whole continental cucumber 1 tsp capers … Continue reading

Smashed Chickpea Sandwich

Serves: 1 Preparation time:  5 minutes Ingredients Smashed chickpeas 1 tin chickpeas, drained thoroughly 2 tbsp yoghurt 2 tsp chopped dill 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp vinegar 2 tbsp capers 2 slices whole grain or wholemeal bread Additional fillings Cottage cheese Sliced cucumber Sliced radishes Pickles Snow pea sprouts Method To make the chickpea smash, … Continue reading

Eat well to feel well

We’ve been delving into the latest research on whole grains, legumes and mood and the benefits of eating a balanced diet for good mental health. Take a look at our latest hot topic here to find out more.

New research on plant-based meats shows category growth

Our latest research on plant-based meats has just been published in the journal Nutrients! Data showed that the category has grown over 400% since just 2015. Read the full paper here, or for a summary of the findings, visit our blog here.

Is plant-based meat all it’s cracked up to be?

Plant-based meats are booming on supermarket shelves, with our latest Australian-first study showing that the category has grown a massive five-fold in number – up 429% – since just 2015. There are now a staggering 137 products on the shelf, ranging from ‘bleeding’ burgers, to nut roasts and plant-based tuna. This research was published in … Continue reading

The top four food trends for 2019…

With 2019 well underway, we’ve taken a look at some of the biggest trends affecting grains and legumes this year… 1. Digestive Wellness Digestive wellness is once again the number one trend for the coming year and with good reason. Emerging research, media attention and consumer demand is driving this trend, with prebiotics and fibre … Continue reading

Got mylk? Our new audit shines light on the growing plant-based milk category

The trend for plant-based foods is bigger than ever, with vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian diets all gaining popularity alongside the increasing importance of a sustainable food future. One category that’s seeing record growth is plant-based milk – with the global plant-based milk market expected to surpass $16bn later this year. Traditionally occupying the top spot … Continue reading

What’s all the hype about seitan?

With flexitarian and vegan diets booming in 2018, there’s no shortage of plant-based proteins on offer, but have you heard of seitan? Read on to discover more about this devilish-sounding plant-based alternative, and decide whether you should give it a go… Seitain: what actually is it? Seitan (pronounced ‘say-tan’), is a product made of the … Continue reading

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