Grein: New Meat Substitute on the Market

CHICAGO — A new meat substitute made its debut Monday at the Private Label Manufacturers Association’s annual show.

CHICAGO — A new meat substitute made its debut Monday at the Private Label Manufacturers Association’s annual show.

Unlike other meat substitutes on the market, Grein is not made from soy. Rather, its source is vital wheat gluten, a natural protein found in wheat. Developed by FoodCause, Shepherdsville, Ky., in partnership with Knox Mountain Foods, Grein (which gets its name from merging the words green and grain) comes in

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