Foods for Tomorrow seeks to provide a sustainable, environmentally friendly, and healthy plant-based protein source that will help feed the world's growing population.
The founder of Foods for Tomorrow, Marc Coloma, was actively involved in social, environmental, and animal rights activism, before founding Foods for Tomorrow in in Barcelona, Spain, in 2017. He founded the company in response challenges faced by our global food system such as feeding the increasing demand for protein around the world due to a growing population with healthy, sustainable, and ethically produced protein sources.
Foods for Tomorrow sells a vegan and gluten-free protein ingredient called Heura, that is made using a blend of vegetable proteins. Heura is made is mimic the texture of meat and can be grilled or fried. Foods for Tomorrow claims one serving of Heura has over twice the amount of protein as one egg, and 4 times the amount of iron per serving compared to one serving of spinach, and 6 times the amount of fiber per serving than one serving of tofu.
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heura - foods for tomorrow
May 2, 2017
- Cluster: Cell-based and plant-based meatA cluster of topics related to cultured meat, plant-based meat, and cellular agriculture.
- CompanyA company, abbreviated 'co.', is a legal entity made up of an association of people, be they natural, legal, or a mixture of both, for carrying on a commercial or industrial enterprise.
- Plant-based meatPlant-based meat products are made to mimic properties found within natural meats and are considered to be meat substitutes. They are made using plant and other non-animal products to look, taste, and feel like meat products. Examples include: seitan, falafel, tempeh, Tofurky, Beyond Meat burgers, and Mock duck.