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Evo launches ‘the world’s first boiled egg, made entirely from plants.’
Wednesday, 10 August, 2022, 13 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Evo - an alternate protein start-up based in India & USA has launched the world's first 'Plant-based Boiled Egg’- which can be grilled, fried or pickled just like a chicken egg. Evo’s mission is to disrupt the chicken egg by creating a truly better egg, made from plants, which functions and tastes like an egg without any of the downsides i.e., efficient resource use, cruelty, cholesterol & antibiotic abuse.

Founders Shraddha Bhansali and Kartik Dixit started Evo in October 2019 to create next-gen plant-based substitutes for animal products by leveraging the magic of indigenous Indian crops and cutting-edge technology. Their vision is to empower people to make better & conscious decisions without having to make any compromise.

The eggs are packed with 100 per cent plant-based proteins which are easy to digest. The main ingredients in the eggs are pea protein, rice protein and seaweed extract.

Not only do Evo eggs look, feel, and taste like boiled chicken egg whites, but they also have a similar nutritional profile. The boiled eggs have 8 Gms of protein per 100 Gms, with one portion having 0 mg of cholesterol. It is highly versatile and can be consumed directly, grated to add to your favourite dishes, marinated in seasoning, sauteed, deep fried, used as a patty for your delicious dishes or cooked like a regular egg with exactly the same texture and taste!

Shraddha Bhansali, co-founder of EVO, said, "How do we eliminate animals from the food chain? By creating affordable & accessible alternative protein sources that provide all the benefits of their animal counterpart without any compromise. Our Evo Boiled Eggs are just that- delicious & nutritious eggs without any of the nasties (cholesterol, antibiotics, cruelty, inefficient land use) at the price of organic eggs. A win for the customer, for the chicken and for the environment. “
 
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