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  • What is PLANT B Egg made of?

    PLANT B Egg is made from only 7 ingredients: lupine flour, sunflower oil, water, sodium citrate (acidity regulator), gellan (thickener), yeast & spices. It contains no preservatives, added sugar, gluten or soy and is low in fat and carbohydrates.

  • How many calories does PLANT B Egg contain?

    PLANT B Egg contain 70 kcal per 100 g, which is 50% less compared to a classic chicken egg.

  • How many 'eggs' are there in 1 pack?

    The 200 ml package contains approximately 4 eggs proportionally.

  • Why is PLANT B Egg good for the chickens?

    PLANT B Egg is not laid by chickens with little living space, but made from plants in the open air. Beak caps, salmonella and chick destruction are also a thing of the past. We use no animal ingredients and are 100% vegan.

  • Why is PLANT B Egg good for the planet?

    During the production of PLANT B Egg, 98.6% less water is used. It also emits 86.6% less CO2. And 40% less land is needed for production. All this compared to a conventional chicken egg. Daarnaast levert het een positieve invloed op de bodem. PLANT B Egg wordt geproduceerd in Duitsland. Volgens de resultaten van de Eaternity Score veroorzaakt PLANT B Egg gemiddeld 91,7% minder CO2 uitstoot èn gebruikt het 99,1% minder water per 100g, vergeleken met productie van een klassiek kippenei. De verpakking, een 200ml Tetra Pak (gelijk aan ca 4 eieren) of 1L Tetra Pak is 100% recyclebaar.

  • Why is PLANT B Egg good for me?

    Why is PLANT B Egg good for me?

  • What do you do about sustainability?

    Everything we do is sustainable! Starting with the most important ingredient, lupin, it practically fertilizes itself due to the high nitrogen production it creates. This is also called green fertilization. In addition, the production of PLANT B Egg results in 98.6% less water consumption, 86.6% less CO2 emissions and requires 40% less land compared to a conventional chicken egg. The Lupin is sourced from Germany and production also takes place in Germany. This results in few transport kilometers and thus less CO2 emissions. Finally, the packaging is 100% recyclable.