It’s no secret that the rise of flexitarian diners and demand for plant-based proteins is growing. In fact, one in three New Zealanders are actively reducing their meat consumption, prompting the need to better cater for them with delicious menu options.1
Introducing HARVEST GOURMET® Sensational™ Ground Mince. Made from plant-based ingredients, it’s the perfect protein substitute across all your menu items wherever mince is needed. With no compromise on texture or taste, it has never been easier to cater for the increasing number of flexitarians and meat reducers in New Zealand.
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FUNCTIONAL SUPERIORITY, WITHOUT COMPROMISE
HARVEST GOURMET® Sensational™ Ground Mince matches beef, in terms of versatility and functionality. It also offers up to 20% better yield than regular mince, as it doesn’t shrink. Tested in over 90 applications and in eight different foodservice equipment types, it performs exactly how you need it to. It achieves maillard reaction and browns just like regular mince, which means you won’t be compromising on the quality and flavour of your dishes.
HARVEST GOURMET® Sensational™ Ground Mince looks and cooks like regular mince allowing it to be pan fried, grilled, boiled, steamed and baked without changing how your kitchen operates. Easily formed and shaped without falling apart, there’s no end to the creative applications and uses of it.
MADE FROM PLANT-BASED INGREDIENTS
Made with non-GMO soy and wheat protein to provide a firm bouncy texture. Coconut and canola oil provide a rich taste and help to maintain moisture. Natural plant extracts such as beetroot, carrot, paprika give it its vibrant colour just like regular mince, while the use of vinegar ensures it stays fresh and delicious.
- High in fibre
- High in protein
- No artificial colours or flavours
- 4.5 Health Stars
Discover more about NEW HARVEST GOURMET® Sensational™ Ground Mince and the wider HARVEST GOURMET® range today at www.nestleprofessional.co.nz/harvest-gourmet or call 0800 830 840.
1Colmar Brunton Hungry for Plant Based Consumer Insights