BlueTribe, a food tech company working on a mission to reinvent meat-consuming methods, is gearing up to launch plant-based Chicken Keema and Chicken Nuggets in the Tricity - Chandigarh, Panchkula, and Mohali. These cities will now be getting an amalgam of non-vegetarian taste and eco-friendly ingredients in the revamped form of plant-based meat products.
After plant-based Chicken Keema and Chicken Nuggets, Blue Tribe is planning to bring a plethora of fresh-flavored food products, including plant-based Chicken and Pork Sausages made with pure pea protein. Through these treats, Blue Tribe aims to encourage a conscious lifestyle change among meat lovers without compromising the taste, texture, and quality of regular meat products. The brand has also started locally manufacturing its exquisite plant-based products in Chandigarh Tricity.
Speaking on this occasion, Sandeep Singh, Co-Founder of Blue Tribe, said, “We are thrilled to launch our plant-based meat products in the cities known for delectable non-vegetarian cuisines containing wholesome protein, vitamins, and other nutrients. This is sort of a true test for us, if we can encourage meat lovers in Chandigarh and surrounding areas, it will take us one step closer to our ultimate goal of reviving and rejuvenating mother Earth.”
“It is extremely important to understand that we are in no way asking people to stop eating non-vegetarian food. As of now, the overabundance of meat production in the world is dangerously contributing to the rapid emission of greenhouse gases in the environment. We simply want to offer an alternate plant-based meat product so that the excess meat production can be reduced and nature can take a breath of fresh air,” he further added.
Blue Tribe is working on D2C and HORECA business models. It has already created a significant benchmark among the non-vegetarian food lovers wanting to make a lifestyle change in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kochi, Chennai, Kolkata, and now Chandigarh. It is further planning to expand its reach in Indore and other cities of India.