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Nature's Basket launches plant based meat with Blue Tribe Foods
Tuesday, 14 September, 2021, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Nature's Basket, part of RP-Sanjiv Goenka group, India's foremost retail destination for fine foods from around the world, has launched an entirely separate category of plant based meat products. This new category caters to the changing lifestyle and growing needs of new-age consumers. Under this specific category, the brand has partnered with Blue Tribe Foods, India's leading plant-based meats brand.
 
The retail store has been at the forefront of understanding and catering to continuously evolving consumer needs and behaviour. With the introduction of the plant-based category, the brand aims to walk hand-in-hand with the consumers. This category will house all the brands in the plant based meat space, both Indian and International.

Since its launch, the brand's plant-based Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Keema have already become a hit among non-vegetarian food lovers aspiring to commit to a greener lifestyle without compromising the taste, texture, or quality of conventional meat products. As a result, Nature's Basket will soon be launching more plant-based products under this category.
 
Devendra Chawla, CEO, Nature's Basket and Spencer's Retail, said, "We firmly believe in adapting and evolving with the changing consumer landscape and with the introduction of the plant based meat product category, we are doing exactly that. In the last few years, conscious consumerism has gradually picked pace. More and more products, brands, and new-age startups have started offering varieties with sustainability and eco-friendly factors as the center-stage."
 
"Through the plant-based meat category at Nature's Basket, we plan to assist the rapidly changing lifestyle of consumers. We've partnered with Blue Tribe's plant-based products to do this effectively, and it is already garnering impressive traction in Nature's Basket stores in Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Bangalore, and Kolkata. We will be adding a few more varieties under this category soon," he added.
 
Sandeep Singh, co-founder, Blue Tribe, said, "We are thrilled to partner with Nature's Basket who share our vision to offer an adequate alternative to consumers looking for ecologically sound food items instead of over-meat consumption. It is a known fact that over consumption of animal-based products are a major contributor to the deteriorating environment conditions. We, at Blue Tribe, don't expect people to completely leave meat consumption or eat only vegetables, but in fact choose equally tasty, nutritious and greener plant-based meat products like our Plant Based Chicken Nuggets and Plant Based Chicken Keema."
 
"Since the last few years, health-conscious people and those concerned about environmental issues have started opting for a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. Many customers purchase plant-based dairy or organically grown fruits and vegetables. However, sometimes, forgetting about that mouth-watering Butter Chicken or Mutton Chops is challenging. This is where our products are proving revolutionary. With Blue Tribe's products made with pea and soy protein and Vitamin B12, consumers will get the same texture, taste, and nutritional benefits as in traditional meat products," he added.
 
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