Aftermeats, a brand of Singapore’s NP Foods, has launched a vegan meat alternative, made fully from soybeans.
The company claims Aftermeats has a “taste and texture parallel to the real meat” and is free from soy flavour. The alt-meat is packed as minced meat and sold as raw, dry pellets that can be resealed. Once mixed with water, they increase in weight by three to four times.
In addition, each package of Aftermeats has three to four servings and a two-year shelf life, allowing customers to store the raw meat on shelves or cabinets until they are ready to prepare their next meal.
As a meat alternative, Aftermeats can be used in Asian recipes, mixed with Thai basil, grilled kebab and beef bulgogi, as examples. It can be enjoyed in different ways: added along with noodles and flavouring, integrated into dishes like in meat recipes and prepared alone through different means such as microwaving, boiling, frying, deep-frying and air-frying.
NP Foods was launched in 1987 and is a seasoning manufacturing business focusing on the Southeast Asia region. The company also oversees markets such as the Middle East, Africa and the Asia Pacific region.
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