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Lightlife Debuts Ready-To-Cook, Plant-Based Tempeh Cubes


Chicago-based Greenleaf Foods has debuted its new Lightlife Tempeh Cubes, a ready-to-cook product innovation joining the brand’s growing portfolio of top-selling tempeh products.

The cubes are available on Amazon and in the produce section of Sprouts, New Seasons and Albertsons retail locations in Southern California, with additional availability regionally at Giant and Whole Foods Market nationwide beginning in April.

Tempeh is an all-natural complete protein source made with three simple ingredients, starting with fermented soybeans, brown rice and water. This fermented food contains protein, fiber, and all nine essential amino acids. Tempeh Cubes are available in three flavorful, marinated varieties: Teriyaki and Southwest, and Tikka Masala, which can be found at Sprouts retail locations. Pre-cut, pre-seasoned and offering 13 grams of protein per serving, Tempeh Cubes offer consumers the ability to prepare a quick, nutritious meal.

“Tempeh is a nutrient dense, versatile food, continuing to gain popularity. The launch of Lightlife Tempeh Cubes simplifies meal preparation with a bite-sized, flavor forward and ready-to-heat product design, offering a convenient meal solution that the whole family can enjoy,” said Jitendra Sagili, chief research and development and food technology officer of Greenleaf Foods.

“These new products further expand our marinated tempeh line which currently includes Smoky and Buffalo tempeh strips, providing consumers with recognizable flavors and a convenient format to easily incorporate into a wide variety of meal options.”

Lightlife Tempeh Cubes join the brand’s current category-leading tempeh portfolio, available in five flavors including Original, Buffalo, Smoky Bacon, Three Grain and Flax.

Greenleaf Foods’ leading brands include Lightlife and Field Roast. These portfolios feature nearly 50 products and represent a leading market position in the refrigerated, plant-based protein category in the U.S. Greenleaf Foods is a wholly owned, independent subsidiary of Maple Leaf Foods Inc.

For more inspiration, visit lightlife.com or greenleaffoods.com.

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