Peas are naturally rich in protein and ideal as a meat substitute. This legume not pit the ground; but draws its power from sun, rain and wind.
They are grown here locally; without risk of over-fertilization.
The pea contains no allergens; there are no GMO applications.
Peas are also very healing thanks to its balanced composition of vitamins. One of the most striking aspects of the pea is its large amount of protein and fiber, so it provides a good and uniform digestion.
Chickpeas are originally from North Africa and has traditionally been the most popular meat substitute over centuries. The people around the South and East Mediterranean Sea eat chickpeas in large measure because it is a popular legume, they form the basis for falafel and humus.
Chickpeas have a high nutritional value, are rich in fibre are good for heart and blood vessels and contain few calories.
Chickpeas have a good taste, even for children.
Soy is very healthy, rich in protein and excellent meat substitute. Soy moreover is easily processed.
But, Soy is an allergen, well off the ground, and contain the risk of GMO contamination,
In terms of sustainability soy scores not that good. Soy is responsible for 70% of deforestation of the Amazonian forest.