Our spreads are based on legumes. Recommended by nutritionists, especially for their high protein content. Our spreads can be used in a very wide range of ways. In addition to spreading them on bread, you can use them to flavour sauces and soups. They are also excellent for filling pierogis and savoury pastries.
You can enjoy our traditional spreads fresh, in your favourite tube or in a recycled plastic pot. You can find them in the refrigerated section of the supermarket. We also offer long-life spreads in aluminium packaging without the need for chilling, which you will find on normal shop shelves.
The soya from which we make our tofu grows in Europe. It is grown by our partner certified farmers according to the highest ecological standards, without the use of GMOs.
We process high-quality soya beans using traditional methods that have been proven over the centuries, the essence of which is the cooking and fermentation of beans. We do not use any preservatives or other artificial substances.
On your plate you get healthy, protein-rich and carefully prepared food in standard high quality. Our products also contain important fibre, vitamins, omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids and another 20 amino acids.
We use 13 times less water for the production of purely plant-based products, we need 18 times less soil and we produce 2x less carbon dioxide than for the production of equally nutritionally rich foods from animal-based production.
All the packaging into which we pack our products is now made of recyclable plastic materials. However, we are working to replace these packages with purely plant-based ones.
We save drinking water, we do not burden the surrounding environment and we use ecological natural gas for transport. We have been an environmentally responsible company for a long time.
In the production of our products, we use exclusively GMO-free soya, which is not genetically modified. See: Declaration of non-use of GMOs
We are only supplier to the Czech and Slovak markets that produces tofu by precipitating with calcium salts, thanks to which our tofu has a high calcium content (200 mg per 100 g of tofu).
We realize that coeliac disease is a very common illness, so we do not use gluten where it is not necessary. List of gluten-free products: Smoked Tofu 160 g, Marinated Tofu 160 g, Natural Tofu 180 g, Basil Tofu 180 g, Chilli Tofu 180 g, Wild Garlic Tofu 180 g, Mexican Spread 75 g, Tartare 75 g, Mexican spread 100 g, Tahini Hummus 100 g, Farm Spread 100 g, Hummus 100 g, Chickpea Spread 100 g, Soya Cream 100 g, Cod 100 g, Chive Spread 100 g, Mexican Spread 115 g, Tartare 115 g, Farm Spread 115 g, Tofu Sausages - mild 200 g, Tofu Sausages - spicy 200 g, Sour Soya Drink 700 ml, Natural Tofu - 1 kg gastro packaging, Smoked Tofu - 1 kg gastro packaging, Marinated Tofu - 1 kg gastro packaging
Yes, there are soya-based infant formulas that replace breast milk for a non-breastfed baby. At a time when doctors recommend that children be served meat and cow's milk, we can offer children tofu and regular soya milk. This thesis is also supported by Dr. Janka Nosková.
Yes, of course. Pregnant women should eat more protein, so soya products are very suitable for them. Pregnant vegetarians, like other pregnant women, are advised to monitor the amount of iron in their diet, as they need more and soya contains iron.
The salt content ranges from 1.2 g to 1.6 g per 100 g. Legislation states a maximum salt content of 2 g per 100 g.
Our products do not contain lactose or animal proteins. Even the yogurt culture in sour soya drink does not contain lactose or milk protein.