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What is Nestlé Wunda?

Nestlé is launching Wunda, a new pea-based beverage that is epic in everything that you would otherwise use milk for. That means you can drink it straight, pour over cereal, use in hot beverages, froth it, cook with it and much more.

What is Wunda made from Split peas?

Back to Press releases Wunda, Nestlé’s new innovative plant-based milk alternative is launching in the UK and Ireland next week. Made from yellow split peas, Wunda has a neutral, refreshing taste that makes it a great alternative and versatile choice for people who want a plant-based drink that tastes closer to dairy.

What is plant-based innovation at Nestlé?

Alexandre, R&D plant-based innovation lead at Nestlés largest research and development center for dairy products and plant-based dairy alternatives in Konolfingen knew that together with his team, they had to help the intrapreneurs develop a product that was very different in an already very saturated market.

What is Wunda?

“Our aim with Wunda is to make plant-based milk alternatives an easier and more attractive choice for people who want milk that tastes closer to dairy but remains just as versatile.

Why did Nestlé launch Wunda?

We wanted to really stand out and break some norms. And so began a six-month intensive team challenge that resulted in Wunda, a pea-beverage that will see Nestlé make its largest ever foray into plant-based drinks in Europe.

What is Wunda?

“Our aim with Wunda is to make plant-based milk alternatives an easier and more attractive choice for people who want milk that tastes closer to dairy but remains just as versatile.

Is Wunda the new alternative to milk for You?

With plant-based diets growing in popularity, more people are turning to alternatives to milk for their daily cereal, latte, desserts, baking or cooking Nestlé is launching Wunda, a new pea-based beverage that is epic in everything that you would otherwise use milk for

What is Wunda made from Split peas?

Back to Press releases Wunda, Nestlé’s new innovative plant-based milk alternative is launching in the UK and Ireland next week. Made from yellow split peas, Wunda has a neutral, refreshing taste that makes it a great alternative and versatile choice for people who want a plant-based drink that tastes closer to dairy.

Why choose plant-based at Nestlé?

At Nestlé we offer plant-based choices all the way from seafood alternatives right through to the Vegan KitKat. The products you see on the shelves today are the result of our many years of experience and expertise in plant proteins - and the innovation never stops.

How did Nestlé’s plant-based portfolio perform in 2020?

This is certainly well ahead of Nestlé’s broader global portfolio, which saw organic sales gain 3.6% throughout 2020. However, Schneider noted, the opportunity in plant-based goes well-beyond the bun, the ‘one part that seems to be getting all the attention’.

What was Nestlé’s ‘pure innovation’?

However, when it comes to ‘pure innovation’, he outlined instances where Nestlé was ‘first out there’, including its plant-based bacon cheeseburger and tuna launches. “We were the first to offer from one source a complete bacon cheeseburger.

Are plant-based innovations a point of entry or a wider opportunity?

In this way, the chief executive suggests plant-based innovations like Nestlé’s Garden Gourmet Sensational Burger are a point of entry that ‘branches out into a much, much wider opportunity’. The same can be said for plant-based dairy alternatives.

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