Tindle Foods, a food tech startup developing plant-based food brands, has launched Tindle Breakfast Sausage, its first US-developed and manufactured product.
Tindle Breakfast Sausage is made of plant-based ingredients including soy protein, coconut oil, potato starch, and oat fibre. The product is still able to deliver the traditional flavour of American staples.
Tindle Breakfast Sausage is also featured in some plant-based restaurants like Mr Charlie’s in Los Angeles, Lewis Hamilton’s Neat Burger in New York City, and street food destination Vegan On The Fly in Midtown Manhattan.
Tindle Foods has also collaborated with plant-based alt-egg brand Just Egg to integrate its products into foodservice menus across North America and lessen the reliance on animal meats.
JJ Kass, VP of business development and strategy at Tindle Foods, said the launch not only showcases the company’s dedication to developing delicious and sustainable foods but is also a major achievement for the company as it serves US consumers with “a truly authentic and enjoyable breakfast experience”.
After introducing Tindle Chicken in the US market, the brand plans to increase the availability of other meat products and retail segments next year.
Customers can order Tindle Breakfast Sausage through foodservice providers in the US.
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