Nestlé launches Wunda, a multi-purpose vegetable drink made with peas

Nestlé launches Wunda, a multi-purpose vegetable drink made with peas

The Swiss manufacturer continues to invest in the vegetable product segment with a range of drinks made with peas: Wunda. New on the market, Wunda can be used for different consumption moments and has an excellent nutritional profile. 

The aim of this new range is to take advantage of the consumer craze for alternatives to animal proteins with a product that is new on the market thanks to its multi-purpose use. Indeed, the range, made from peas, can be consumed as a drink, but also for cooking (soups, sauces, cakes...), thanks to the unique texture offered by the pea protein.

Moreover, the choice of peas is not a coincidence, as this crop is environmentally friendly. With Wunda, Nestlé offers a multi-purpose product with a neutral taste, a good nutritional profile (rich in protein, fibre, calcium, vitamins, low in sugar and fat) with a nutriscore A, and carbon neutral with European pea farming and Carbon Trust certification.

https://www.lsa-conso.fr/nestle-lance-wunda-une-boisson-vegetale-multi-usages-a-base-de-pois,380783

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