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Gardein launches new Pea & Wheat plant-based 'Chick’n'

Gardein, a brand of Conagra Brands, Inc, is widening its variety of plant-based products to choose from with the launch of its new Pea & Wheat Plant-Based Chick’n line. Pea protein is an easily digestible protein that provides a great source of iron. Gardein’s new pea and wheat line is claimed by the company to deliver bold, trendy flavors and classic formats.

As Canada's  frozen meat alternative brand, Gardein is known for its variety of delicious, plant-based products, with popular alternatives for chicken, beef, pork and fish. Gardein’s new Pea & Wheat Plant-Based Chick’n delivers a flavor-forward experience with three new products: Nashville-Style Hot Chick’n Tenders, Spicy Gochujang Style Chick’n Wings and Golden Chick’n Nuggets. With the growing consumer demand for plant-based food in Canada, amping-up the flavor factor on plant-based swaps just got even easier.

“As a leader in the plant-based category in Canada, it’s more important than ever that Gardein responds to this growing demand and expands its portfolio with deliciously convenient additions to any meal or snack occasion with products that deliver on protein, taste and texture,” said Veronika Popkova, Senior Brand Manager at Conagra Brands Canada. “Gardein Pea & Wheat Plant-Based Chick’n is a great way to swap out meat for plant-based alternatives, delivering experiences that bring the excitement of unique flavours home – something Canadians have been craving for the past few years.”

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