New Zealand plant-based supermarket brand Bean Supreme is bringing its range to Australia, making its way into stores with its newest Gluten-Free Garlic Sausages, and Marinated Chilli and Lime Jackfruit products.

According to Food Frontier, one in three Australians are limiting their meat consumption, with demand for plant-bas

ed meat alternatives quickly growing, and Bean Supreme crossing the Tasman to meet such growing demand.

The Bean Supreme vegetarian range also includes its Hemp Burger, Masala Burger, Beetroot Burger, and sausage range, which features ingredients such as mozzarella, tomato, parsley and rosemary.

“The extreme health challenges of 2020 have meant that now is a great time to put more thought into our food choices. Nowadays consumers are demanding healthier, more innovative and ethical food products. With interesting flavour combinations and real ingredients, Bean Supreme is dedicated to delivering nourishing plant-based foods to all Australians,” said a Bean Supreme spokesperson.

The Bean Supreme range has an RRP of $8.00 and is available at selected Woolworths and Coles stores.

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