Even though animal proteins are still dominating the market, the demand for alternative, vegetable-based sources of protein is steadily increasing. This is primarily due to a rising tendency towards vegetarian or vegan diets; at least vegans have to rule out all animal-based protein sources categorically. Instead, they must ensure that their protein requirements are covered by consuming high-quality, vegetable-based products. Having spotted this trend, the industry is working hard to meet these very specific requirements. A few years ago, the sale of vegetable-based proteins and vegan products was still limited to a small number of specialist shops. Today, these items are already available in every well-stocked supermarket, and vegan and vegetarian product ranges are growing continuously. Legumes have a particularly high protein content and supply the human body with ample amounts of energy. This is why peas and beans are increasingly used in the production of bread and other baked goods. They are low-carb products and effortlessly multiply the protein content of any meal. Producers of meat substitutes are also increasingly using peas instead of soy products, as the reputation of the latter has suffered due to frequent reports of genetic engineering. We offer pea protein in two grades – conventional and organic – with a guaranteed protein content of more than 80%. If we have piqued your interest, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to answer any questions in the context of a personal conversation. Our product focus besides the whey and proteins is geared towards our vegetable oils; Almond oil, Walnut oil, Apricot kernel oil, Castor oil, Castor oil derivatives, Sesame oil, MCT oil, oils for personal care, Sebacic acid and the world of organic and gourmet oils.