"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach."

Good food can change everything. A bad day, a bad date or even our understanding of sustainable nutrition.

Like meat, made from plants.

We start a culinary firework for the senses, with the perfect fibre structure of our products, which not only come surprisingly close to the bite of conventional meat, but even surpass it with a clear conscience. Because in addition to love, the positive change that is so important for us also goes through the stomach!

100% flavour. 100% natural.

Less is more - when it comes to lists of ingredients. All our raw materials must fulfill technological, sensory and physiological functions to provide the perfect taste experience without any artificial additives. For example, planted.chicken Nature consists of no more than four natural ingredients and a healthy portion of vitamin B12 - Bon appétit!

More information about our products and our natural building blocks can be found here:

Increasing meat consumption is a major cause of climate change.

Livestock farming generates high greenhouse gas emissions and at the same time consumes valuable resources.

It's getting tight.

The growing world population, average income levels and steady urbanisation are the main drivers of global meat consumption. Even the current level, which is anything but sustainable, puts the food industry and our planet to the test.

The impact of the livestock industry.

The combined global greenhouse gas emissions of the livestock industry currently account for 18% of global emissions - more than the emissions of all means of transport such as aircraft, cruise ships and cars combined. The livestock industry is responsible for a total of 23% of the world's water consumption and 77% of agricultural land.

One thing is clear: we urgently need to find a way to satisfy our protein needs more sustainably.


Greenhouse gases




Agricultural land


Source: UN, FAO, The Guardian, IME, Ecology, GRACE Communication Foundation, Los Angeles Times

Livestock farming is responsible for


of the deforestation of the Amazon rainforest.


Source: Rainforest Foundation US

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal.

Skip the animal! Sounds simple? We think so too. Instead of feeding chickens to slaughter them for the proteins in their meat, we simply skip this step and use modern science to create delicious meat from plants. In this way, we spare the animals undeserved suffering and also massively reduce the consumption of water and land as well as the emission of greenhouse gases. We are committed to the sustainable use of our global resources and the protection of our environment. What are the benefits? A process that is significantly more sustainable than the production of conventional meat.

needed in direct comparison with 1 kg of conventional chicken

1/2 as much water

1/2 as much land

2/3 less greenhouse gases

Here you can see how much we have already been able to save so far (and rising):









Greenhouse gases

We believe in treating animals with dignity and love instead of exploiting and slaughtering them.

Only this way can we create a respectful relationship between humans and animals. We fight for an end to factory farming and killing for food.



chickens are raised for slaughter every year.

That means


are killed worldwide every day.

And this figure does not take into account the brutally shredded male chicks and unproductive hens.

Source: sorrychicken.com

We are solving the problem quite simply with love for animals. Because those who love animals reduce or completely renounce the consumption of animal products. Fewer animal products, less slaughter, less animal suffering - it's that simple.

Every chicken counts.


chickens saved.

(And rising).

Your sustainable footprint.

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Eat well,
feel better.

A balanced and natural diet without additives, chemicals, GMOs, antibiotics and hormones is the foundation for a healthy life.

"The transition to a healthy diet by 2050 will require significant changes. Global consumption of fruit, vegetables, nuts and legumes must double, while consumption of foods such as red meat and sugar must be reduced by more than 50%. A diet that is rich in plant-based foods and contains fewer animal foods offers both improved health and environmental benefits. "

– Prof. Walter Willett MD, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health – EAT Lancet Commission



to proteins, fibre, essential, high quality amino acids and 100% natural ingredients.


to additives, chemicals, gluten, soya, GMOs, antibiotics and hormones.

We love nature so much that we rely on it 100% in our products. And that is good for everyone.

Plant-based proteins.

Proteins fulfill vital functions in the human body and are therefore important for our health. All our products consist mainly of the protein and fibre of Pisum Sativum, the yellow pea. These powerful plants have a high protein content and are at the heart of a healthy diet. For example, 100 g of planted.chicken Nature contains 23.7 g of protein, which is about the same amount as found in conventional chicken. 100% natural and without additives - Bon appétit!

A healthy dose of B12.

Our body needs B12 for cell division, the production of red blood cells and the optimal functioning of our nervous system. It is mainly found in food made from animal products such as meat, fish, milk and eggs. But it can also be contained in plant-based products. And this is precisely why we add a healthy portion of B12 to our products, covering 40-50% of the recommended daily dose.