Eat Just To Launch Sous Vide Vegan Egg Bites In US - Plant Based News
Eat Just's sous vide vegan egg bites The vegan egg bites will debut in March - Media Credit: Supplied

Eat Just To Launch Sous Vide Vegan Egg Bites In US Grocery Stores

The food-tech brand has partnered with Cuisine Solutions - the 'world's leading manufacturer and distributor of sous vide foods'


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Food-tech brand Eat Just is launching sous vide vegan egg bites in the US. 

The debut is in partnership with Cuisine Solutions – the ‘world’s leading manufacturer and distributor of sous vide foods’. 

Vegan egg bites

The new vegan egg bites are available in four different flavors, all of which are inspired by regional cuisines:

  •  America: roasted potato, dill, chives, red bell pepper, and black pepper.
  •  India: curry, broccoli, cauliflower, coconut milk, and lemongrass.
  •  Japan: portobello mushrooms, yams, togarashi, soy, and tamari.
  •  Mexico: roasted poblanos, chipotle chile powder, black beans, corn, and lime.

Moreover, the bites will be sold in select US grocery stores, in the freezer section, from March.

Josh Tetrick is the co-founder and CEO of Eat Just. In a statement sent to PBN, he said: “The Cuisine Solutions team is the best in the world at what they do. 

“We partnered with them because of their unparalleled expertise and leadership in the sous vide industry and their commitment to make our food system even better.”

Tetrick also said he was ‘excited for consumers to taste what we’ve been working on’.

‘Revolutionize the food industry’

Felipe Hasselmann is the President and CEO of Cuisine Solutions. He added: “Josh’s vision for the future of plant-based food is extremely inspirational.

“Both organizations seek to impact and revolutionize the food industry on a daily basis, which is what makes this such a natural partnership….

“We are extremely excited to start supplying customers with the best sous vide egg bites in the market made with the best plant-based egg.”

Eat Just

Earlier this year, Eat Just became the world’s first brand to receive approval for its cultured meat.

The brand’s cell-based chicken was then served to an inaugural table of consumers in Singapore.

Speaking about the slaughter-free chicken, an 11-year-old guest said: “I’m speechless… It will save a lot of animals’ lives and it will be a lot more sustainable.”

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