Nabati Foods Global Inc. unveils plant-based liquid eggs in Canada

Plant-based food technology firm Nabati Foods has reportedly launched its organic plant-based liquid egg product in Canada. The company offers a variety of whole, plant-based foods for health-aware consumers. Nabati Plant Eggz™ will now be available at, and soon at Whole Foods across British Columbia, Ontario, and at Sobeys in Quebec.

Ahmad Yehya, the Chief Executive Officer of Nabati Foods, supposedly stated that the company is delighted to be the first one in Canada to unveil a plant-based liquid egg product that provides the same taste, consistency, and texture as a conventional chicken egg.

Nabati Plant Eggz™ can be cooked like conventional chicken eggs in dishes like quiches, scrambled eggs, and omelets. Contrary to other plant-based eggs in the market, Nabati Plant Eggz™ is gluten-free and soy-free. The company is dedicated to creating healthy, organic options that can be savored by everyone, added Yehya.

Nabati Plant Eggz has been created using pea protein and lupin. Each serving possesses 100 calories, with two grams of fiber, six grams of protein, and zero cholesterol. They are also high in vitamin e, vitamin a, vitamin b12, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, and niacin. The product will be offered as a liquid in 355ml bottles.

Yehya also said that the reason for creating this product was the dissatisfaction with the alternatives currently offered in the market. With the addition of Eggz to the company’s lineup of plant-based products, it is enabling people to enjoy traditional breakfast recipes without having to consume animal-based products.

For the record, Nabati Foods Global Inc. is a family-founded food-tech firm offering whole, plant-based, natural, soy-free, and gluten-free food products for health-conscious customers. The company was founded in 2014 and has four marquee product lines, which include cheese alternatives, plant-based meats, and dairy-free cheesecakes.

Nabati products are distributed across Canada and the United States through food service, grocery, and industrial mediums.

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