vegan proteins

pulses and gums are sources of naturally-occurring protein from non animal sources

we have partnered with Sarda Biopolymers to offer you non-animal proteins

they are sustainable and functional proteins for multiple non-dairy and non-meat applications from fitness products, ready meals and QSR vegan burgers

guar protein concentrate

guar protein has several functional properties, including:

Emulsification: stabilises oil-water mixtures, making it useful in salad dressings, sauces, and other similar products.

Thickening: natural thickener, making it useful in soups, stews, gravies, and other similar products.

Gelation: it can form a gel-like substance, making it useful in frozen desserts, bakery products, and other similar applications replacing Gelatin in vegan and vegetarian recipes

Other Application areas include:

Bakery: used as a binder, thickener, or emulsifier in baked goods, including breads, cakes, and pastries

Dairy: stabiliser in dairy products, including milk, yogurt, and ice cream

Meat: used as a binder in meat products, such as sausages and burgers.

Beverages: stabilise and thicken beverages, including fruit juices, smoothies, and sports drinks

mung bean protein concentrate

Mung Bean Protein Concentrate can be used as follows:

bakery: adding to bread, muffins, and cakes can enhance the protein content and add a light, earthy flavour

protein bars and snacks: provides a high amount of protein with a neutral flavour

smoothies and shakes: to increase the protein content and improve satiety

pasta and noodles: gluten free and high protein pasta extrusion

meat substitutes: used in vegetarian and vegan meat alternatives like burgers and sausages

sports drinks: provides a quick and efficient source of protein to athletes during exercise

wheat germ protein concentrate

Wheat germ protein can be used in the following applications:

Bakery products (bread, muffins, crackers)

Nutritional bars and drinks

Sports nutrition supplements

Infant and toddler foods

Meat alternatives (e.g. veggie burgers)

Plant-based dairy alternatives (e.g. milk, yogurt, cheese)

Smoothies and juices

Sauces and dressings

Baked goods and snack products

It is valued for its high protein content, amino acid profile, and functionality in food systems.