Pitango launches chicken free chicken soup

Media Release

20 May, 2020

True food brand, Pitango, has partnered with the popular meat-free company, Sunfed Foods, to create a unique and incredibly tasty chicken-free chicken soup.

Introducing Pitango Sunfed Chicken Free Chicken Thai Style Soup.

This very vegan, high protein soup has been created using Sunfed chicken-free chicken, a premium yellow pea protein that tastes just like the real thing.

With an estimated 2.25 million[i] Australians now actively including vegan options into their regular diets, this is a fast-growing consumer market with shoppers searching for easier to cook choice and variety.

“Sunfed is all about empowering consumers by expanding their choice,” comments Shama Sukul Lee, CEO & Founder of Sunfed Foods. “We turn protein-packed pulses into delicious meaty goodness. Sunfed offers consumers plant-based meat that has the best meaty texture on the global market and with the cleanest, most minimalist ingredient deck made from premium yellow peas’.

“An increasing number of Aussies are eating at least one vegan meal each week,” comments Hannah McDonald, Brand Manager Pitango, “vegan and plant-based meals are in higher demand and variety is important. This partnership with Sunfed has allowed us to create a unique, chicken-style soup that is 100% vegan!”

Pitango Sunfed Chicken Free Chicken Thai Style Soup is the perfect easy vegan option, guaranteeing a true, tasty, high-quality meal that takes the effort out of searching for authentic and healthy vegan meals.

Packed full of vegetables, simmered in coconut cream, and mixed with Thai yellow curry paste, the Pitango Sunfed Chicken Free Chicken Thai Style Soup is an irresistibly mouth-watering vegan option.

Cooked in as little as 3 minutes, the Pitango Sunfed Chicken Free Chicken Thai Style Soup is the perfect selection for lunch or dinner, garnish with some fresh coriander and sliced red chili for that final touch!

Pitango Sunfed Chicken Free Chicken Thai Style Soup I 500g I RRP $6.00 I Available nationally in Coles & IGA stores.

Source: Missy Mischief PR.

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