Canada-based gardein launched mini crispy crabless cakes and sweet & sour porkless bites, both made with non-GMO soy, wheat and veggies.
The mini crispy crabless cakes are moist and flaky inside, boasting 9 grams of protein and 32 mg of Omega3 fatty acids per serving.
Meanwhile, the sweet & sour porkless bites are Asian-inspired bites that come with a classic sweet and sour sauce. Packed with 11 grams of protein per serving, they provide a good source of iron.
"Recently, the USDA's Advisory Committee submitted their proposed changes for the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines," says Yves Potvin, founder. "They recognize that a diet higher in plant-based foods is more health promoting as well as associated with less environmental impact than the current U.S. diet. I've dedicated my career to making healthier, plant-based versions of everyone's favorite foods, and I'm very happy to see the USDA taking this step to aid the health of the entire U.S. population as well as sustaining food sources for the future. Gardein's new mini crabless cakes and sweet & sour porkless bites are a delicious and convenient way to have protein from plants at the center of your dinner plate."