OGGs Launches UK’s First Patented Plant-Based Egg Alternative

OGGS® Aquafaba is a ready-to-pour liquid egg alternative, which is set to completely reshape the future of home cooking and baking, according to a company press release.

The product whips, whisks and binds just like egg whites and is set to be the new store cupboard staple, keeping bakers baking, cooks making and cakes rising.

Entirely plant-based and low calorie, OGGS® Aquafaba is made using chickpea water, which is naturally free from egg, dairy, gluten and soy. So, it’s preferred by people with allergies, or anyone looking for plant-based, sustainable swaps in their diet.

OGGS® is on a mission to create change by making eggless cooking and baking accessible to as many people as possible. “It’s no secret that we need to make changes to what we consume if we are going to sustain our planet for the future. Together lots of small changes, like swapping eggs for OGGS®, lead to a much bigger, positive impact on animals and the planet,” said the press release.

OGGS® Aquafaba comes in a ready-to-pour 200ml carton, which is the equivalent to four eggs but is longer lasting and can safely be stored in your cupboard for up to 12 months.

Available now in Waitrose and The Vegan Kind Supermarket, OGGS Aquafaba will also be launching in Sainsbury’s from September 23 followed by ASDA later in the year; it’s priced from GBP2.25 for 200ml.

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