In India GoodDot's Unmutton Kheema and Impossible Burger's entry into New Zealand are the two buzzing launches of November
One of the highlights of November was from Subway Singapore. As a response to the increasing demand for plant based protein in Asia, the brand has announced its plant-based Chicken Schnitzel and for this the brand has partnered with Nestle to leverage of the latter's Harvest Gourmet Schnitzel. Subway suggests Schnitzel to be best paired with lettuce, tomato, sweet corn and Subway specially spicy mayonnaise sauce. The plant based Chicken Schnitzel starts $7.50 for a 6 inch and $12.50 for a footlong.
California-based Impossible Foods introduced its Impossible Burger made from plant based beef in Australia and New Zealand early November. It will be available on the menus of top restaurants in Auckland, New Zealand and Greater Sydney area. Australia's leading burger brand Grill'd will also have Impossible Burger on its menu.
Indian plant-based meat brand BlueTribe launched vegan Chicken Keema and Chicken Nuggets that will be available in Chandigarh, Mohali, and Panchkula. Soon the brand will launch pea-based chicken and pork sausages. Currently Blue Tribe's market includes Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Pune.
Udaipur, India-based Gooddot's Unmutton Keema has been creating a lot of buzz. Flavoured with fresh whole spices, the keema is perfect for making the street food style keema pav, or for a burger and definitely to make kebabs. Unmutton Keema is the latest addition to GoodDot's plant-based product range.
Indian company BVeg Foods launched two products - Plant Based Keema Samosa and Keema Pav at Haldiram outlets.