With Aussies eating more than double the red meat in 2019 than advised by dietary guidelines – and Kiwis eating over a third more – consumers seeking alternatives to meat are asking, can plant-based meats be a healthier choice?

In collaboration with co-author Teri Lichtenstein, Accredited Practising Dietitian, this first-of-its-kind report compares the nutrition of plant-based meats available in AU/NZ to similar conventional meats, from sausages and burgers to crumbed chicken and more. The report also explores processing, ingredients, food safety and more.

Teri Lichtenstein said:

“I am thrilled to announce the launch today of the first of it’s kind report looking in to plant-based alternatives to conventional meat.”

“I had the privilege of co-authoring this report together with the team at Food Frontier. The study is a deep dive looking at plant-based alternatives to processed meats such as sausages and burgers, and addresses the question as to whether or not these are healthier alternatives. The findings are very positive.”

For the full report and a consumer guide, download at lnkd.in/gsBAX3P