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Food-tech brand Freshezy launches plant-based RTC range MIGHTY

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Nusra Oct 27 2021 - 2 min read
Food-tech brand Freshezy launches plant-based RTC range MIGHTY
For every vegan, the gluten sensitive, the vegetarians, the hard-core meat loving folks, there is an inclusive bunch of products ranging from Indian palate to international tastes.

Mumbai-based Freshezy has launched MIGHTY a ready-to-cook and eat range of plant-based protein preparations as an optimal diet for Indian palates and their health.

These preparations are a first of its kind innovation by food tech company -FreshEzy Foodtech Pvt Limited to make every Indian healthier, stronger and mightier one meal at a time.

The wide range of products are artisanal, handcrafted products which cater to the evolving Indian palate. Unlike most plant-based products (PBP) in the market, MIGHTY promises to delight the taste buds while nourishing the body in a convenient and far more accessible manner.

MIGHTY will be available / retailed soon in Mumbai and Pune.

Backed by serial investor Tarun Katial, MIGHTY seeks to fill this very gap with its plant-based, tasty and clean protein product range. 

“Our plant-based products are handmade, high-quality protein extracted from Green Gram, Chickpeas and Peas to cater to a protein-deficient India. Mighty is targeted at the young but busy individual helping them meet their daily protein requirement,” shared Dibyendu Bindal - Founder & CEO, MIGHTY.

For every vegan, the gluten sensitive, the vegetarians, the hard-core meat loving folks, there is an inclusive bunch of products ranging from Indian palate such as Seekh Kebab, Galauti Kebab, Shammi Kebab, Beetroot Cheesy Tikki, Grilled Mock Fish, Samosa, Kachori to International palate such as Zucchini Fritters, Spring Rolls, Momos, Lasagna, Spaghetti Meat and many more.

“India needs to encourage the consumption of protein as a part of a daily diet, which is also in line with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 2 - to end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and SDG 3 - the promotion of good health and wellbeing,” added Bindal.

 

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