This heat-and-eat product is the answer to all your vegan breakfast dreams!
In a world of abundant vegan meat alternatives, people crave to see the same thing happen with plant-based egg products. And things are looking up! Hodo Foods’ new Vegan All-Day Egg Scramble is hitting shelves. Once you try it, you’ll never go back to eating chicken eggs.
Known for making top-tier soy-based products like flavorful tofu cubes, crumbles, and yuba, Hodo Foods is a key player in the plant-based industry. The brand’s newest product was created in response to the lack of high-protein, nutrient-dense, and convenient egg alternatives—and let’s just say, they understood the assignment.
Vegan Scrambled Eggs That Offer as Much Protein as Chicken Eggs
Hodo Foods’ All-Day Egg Scramble mimics the flavor and texture of chicken eggs. It’s fluffy, soft, and adds the right amount of oomph to your toast, breakfast bowls, burritos, stir-fries, and more. Nutrition-wise, this vegan egg alternative offers just as much protein as a chicken egg, and is a good source of calcium, fiber, and iron—without any cholesterol, of course.
From ingredients to preparation, the All-Day Egg Scramble is simple. It’s made primarily of organic, non-GMO soybeans with a handful of ingredients and vibrant spices like turmeric, garlic, cumin, and paprika. Best of all, it’s ready to heat and eat out of the package. No cracking, no scrambling, no seasoning—just microwave it, and voila!
“The All-Day Egg Scramble is a twist on a Hodo bestseller from our early days at farmers’ markets, reflecting the wholesome craveability and convenience of this plant-protein egg alternative. Hodo’s Egg Scramble tastes like eggs and is made of clean, whole plant-based ingredients: true to Hodo’s farmers’ market roots in deliciousness, health, and convenience,” said Minh Tsai, Founder and CEO of Hodo Foods.
Where to Find Hodo Foods’ All-Day Egg Scramble
Wondering where to find Hodo Foods’ All-Day Egg Scramble? This month, the product begins its initial rollout in the Texas area primarily. Within the next few months, customers will be able to find it at 1,500 stores including Whole Foods Market, Natural Grocers, Sprouts, Albertsons, Earth Fare, National Co+op, and Erewhon. It’s also set to launch on the online vegan grocery service, GTFO It’s Vegan.
For more information, visit HodoFoods.com.