100 Percent Pure committed to using only pure ingredients. composed of plant, mineral, and natural colors
We believe in clean food- NO! preservatives
Is soya good for you?
Aside from being employed for oil pressing, soya beans are widely used as an important vegetable source of protein worldwide.
Soya is a great source of protein, containing all nine essential amino acids (protein building blocks) and providing more protein than most other pulses. It’s also a good source of polyunsaturated ‘good’ fats (including omega-3 and -6), disease-busting antioxidants, B vitamins and iron.
High in protein and used as a vegetarian and lactose alternative for many foods, soya has transcended its Asian origins to become the most widely cultivated legume across the globe.
Spices & Flavorings
Secret Herbs & Spices All Natural
Our amazing array of secret herbs and and spices, comes from across the globe. Carefully chosen to bring out the meaty goodness and taste of a real meat burger. And yet, it is 100% plant base. Vegans, for instance, may benefit from a fortified version of nutritional Yeast, which can provide a host of nutrients that may be challenging to get from food sources alone, such as vitamin B12.
Some of the finest flours are used. Wheat , Gluten, Potato Starch , Pea Proteins, Soy Isolates. As a resistant starch, potato starch acts as a prebiotic in the body.
Pea proteins Isolates- Studies show that pea protein powder can help build muscle
100 g of Wheat flour contains IU vitamin A, mg of vitamin C and mcg of vitamin D as well as mg of iron, mg of calcium and mg of potassium.
What keeps it juicy
What keeps our products so juicy and snappy, are the wholesome fats. So here we go, Sunflower oil, Palm Oil, Coconut Oil. We don't compromise on taste.
Palm oil is an excellent source of tocotrienols, a form of vitamin E with strong antioxidant properties that may support brain health.
Sunflower oil benefits include its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, skin-nourishing and heart-healthy effects.
Coconut oil it contains medium-chain fatty acids, including caprylic acid, lauric acid and caprice acid.
From all the other vegetables to all the other sources of Antioxidants, the beetroot has higher amounts than all of them. In fact, just half a beetroot a day will make sure your body has all the antioxidants and naturally occurring nitrates it needs.