Field Roast Introduces New Vegan Nuggets

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Field Roast Grain Meat Co™, owned by Greenleaf Foods, has added vegan nuggets to its portfolio of frozen plant-based appetisers and entrees. The crispy, bite-size nuggets feature a bold, inspiring taste and expand the brand’s frozen portfolio that also includes FRuffalo Wings and Miniature Corn Dogs.

Established in 1997, Field Roast Grain Meat Co. is an artisan vegan meat company based in Seattle. Field Roast products include sausages, burgers, meatloafs, deli slices, frankfurters, roasts and now vegan chicken nuggets

They combine grains, fresh vegetables and regionally-inspired spices to create plant-based meats rich in bold flavor.

The new nuggets feature 14 grams of protein per serving and are made with roasted garlic, wheat, and pea protein without any GMOs, soy, artificial ingredients or colours.

Field Roast plant-based meat products can be kept frozen for up to one year; once thawed, they are good for about 65 days.

“Remember the joy that a chicken nugget could bring you as a kid?” Dan Curtin—president of Field Roast parent company Greenleaf Foods—said. “We’re bringing that back with an absolutely delicious plant-based nugget that’s easy to prepare, flavorful on its own, yet still stands up to dips and sauces. And they’re not just for kids—adults are going to crave these, too.”

Greenleaf Foods, is transforming plant-based protein with a wide array of delicious and innovative products that satisfy consumers interested in adding protein variety to their diets.

According to market research data, Field Roast is outpacing competitors in the frozen plant-based space. The brand’s Fruffalo Wings and Miniature Corn Dogs are both growing over 490% year-over-year.

Field Roast Plant-Based Nuggets are currently available in the frozen aisle at participating Albertson’s, Sobey’s and Price Chopper locations and are expected to start hitting shelves at more retailers this summer. .

Damoy Robertson
Damoy Robertson
Damoy Robertson is an entrepreneur and founder of The Vegan Review. Damoy is dedicated to spreading veganism to the masses which he believes will enable people to make better, more informed decisions concerning the way we all interact with animals and our planet.