Big Mountain Foods - The Original Veggie Patty, 400g
Made with simple, fresh ingredients, Big Mountain Foods Original Veggie Pattie is succulent, savoury and substantial, ideal for tasty burgers, wraps & sandwiches.
- Vegan Patty Made With Fresh Veggies
- Great Source of Plant Protein - 12g of Protein per Pattie
- Savoury & Succulent
- Gluten-Free, Soy-Free & Nut-Free
- Suitable for Pan-Frying or Microwaving
Big Mountain Foods Original Veggie Patty is the fresh, delicious, plant-powered burger you’ve been waiting for. Packed with fresh veggies, and legumes such as protein-rich yellow split peas, this veggie patty is bursting with essential nutrients.
Big Mountain Foods Original Veggie Patty is free from common allergens, delivering tasty, savoury flavours and a juicy, moreish texture with no need for soy, gluten or nuts. And of course, it’s 100% cruelty-free!
You can enjoy Big Mountain Foods Original Veggie Patty in a classic vegan burger stuffed with your favourite fillings. Or why not try it as the protein alternative in your favourite stacked sandwich or wrap. These versatile veggie patties can be microwaved or pan-fried for delicious results every time.
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Big Mountain Foods is a women-owned and family-operated company that has been creating delicious vegan products since 1987. It is proud to produce tasty, plant-based foods made with minimally processed, fresh and recognisable ingredients.
Canadian Yellow Split Peas, Carrots, Green Peas, Red Pepper, Sunflower Seeds, Organic Chia Seeds, Rice Flour, Pea Fibre, Coconut Oil, Onion, Garlic, Salt, Tomato Powder, Black Pepper, Smoked Paprika, Less than 1% of Yeast Extract (No MSG), Natural Flavour (Liquid Smoke for Flavour).
Is Big Mountain Foods Original Veggie Patty a good source of protein?
For a vegan burger that is soy-free, gluten-free AND nut-free, this burger packs a protein punch while being allergen friendly! Each veggie patty delivers 12g of nourishing plant protein, derived from Canadian yellow split peas, sunflower seeds and organic chia seeds. That’s around one-quarter of your daily recommended protein intake!