Brazilian meat alternatives company Future Farms has developed a new range of plant-based meat products for the UK market that adhere to the UN’s climate goals.
The new meat replacement products have been developed to fall in line with the United Nations Sustainable 2030 Development Goals (‘Responsible consumption and production’ and ‘Life on land’).
New vegan range described by the brand as being ‘indistinguishable from products of animal origin’ consists of the Future Burger 2030, Future Mince 2030 and Future Meatball 2030.
Future Farm’s recipes have been ‘updated’ with natural extracts to ensure a lighter flavour while the canola oil and coconut fat add nutritious benefits.
New Future Burger has a juicier and meatier taste thanks to the unique fat intrusion technology which allows coconut fat to soak into the patty. The company says its Future Burger is the first product in the range to emulate rare, medium and well done cooking points.
Commenting on the new launch, Future Farm chief executive Marcos Leta said: “As a food company who uses technology, we are continually reinventing and looking to improve in terms of taste, sustainability, and healthiness. We know how indispensable these pillars are to consumers, as well as for ourselves.
“The 2030 Future Farm range comes at the start of a new era in the company and the plant-based market with new technology that will allow us to continually ‘update’ all our products, making them better for people and our planet.”