PLANT-BASED PROTEIN THEY WILL LOVE BITING INTO

Become consumers’ plant-based favorite.


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FEEL-GOOD PLANT PROTEINS, ONLY BETTER

EPG significantly improves the organoleptic properties of alternative meats while reducing overall saturated fat.

A full-fat plant-based patty has 260 calories and 18g of total fat, per serving. A plant-based patty made with EPG comes in at half the calories and a fraction of the fat, with 130 calories and 4g of total fat (and just ⅓ the saturated fat), per serving.

Now, you can please consumers with juicy, delicious protein-based foods that are both wholesome and satisfying. Meat alternatives are more popular than ever, but the category has experienced little loyalty, with consumers continually trying new brands in search of the most satisfying product. Formulating with EPG can encourage that loyalty—by bringing consumers back to experience amazing taste and texture, again and again.

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PLANT-BASED PROTEINS

72% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 50% Total Calorie Reduction 
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GROW YOUR BRAND WITH EPG 

EPG opens new market opportunities for food and beverage companies who want to make their indulgent products more permissible and their feel-good products better. You do not have to compromise consumers’ enjoyment for calorie reduction.

What does that mean? With EPG, you can:

  • Expand opportunities for brand extension
  • Maintain taste of your beloved iconic brand
  • Attract a new audience
  • Build a competitive advantage
  • Grow market share


Success Stories

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FAQs

How is EPG different than fat substitutes?

Because EPG has a melting point of 102º F, it remains solid at body temperature and does not present any gastrointestinal side effects.

Can EPG replace all the oil or butter in my recipe?

EPG can replace 50% to 85% of fat in a formulation, depending on the application.

Does EPG have any label claims?

EPG is GMO-free, gluten-free, allergen-free, trans-fats-free, vegan, kosher and Halal.

What does EPG taste like?

Like other neutral vegetable-based fats and oils, EPG takes on the flavor of the food it is used in.

How is EPG listed on an ingredient statement?

EPG is currently being labeled as “EPG (modified plant-based oil)”