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Next Gen Foods Flagship TiNDLE Plant-Based Chicken Debuts in Middle East Ahead of Global Growth Blitz

By on September 13, 2021 0

– Next Gen Foods’ flagship product, TiNDLE Plant-Based Chicken, will debut on September 16 at some of the hottest food establishments in the UAE

– TiNDLE contains no antibiotics, hormones, cholesterol or genetically modified ingredients – no compromise in taste, texture or health

– Super versatile and fun to cook, TiNDLE has already become a cult favorite among Asian connoisseurs and innovative chefs.

– UAE launch is first launch outside of Asia as Next Gen Foods prepares for global growth

DUBAIWATER, September 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Next Gen Foods, Asia’s first food tech start-up, will launch its flagship product –– TiNDLE plant-based chicken — with top chefs from the UAE’s favorite food establishments.


Made with just nine simple, natural ingredients, TiNDLE is the first product from Next Gen Foods – a food tech startup that aims to make the global food system sustainable and dramatically improve public health.

TiNDLE, the first product from Next Gen Foods, contains no antibiotics, hormones, cholesterol or genetically modified ingredients. The product can take center stage in almost any dish, from stir-fries to kebabs to kid-friendly nuggets, making it a versatile favorite among innovative cooks.

Without compromising on taste, texture or versatility, TiNDLE has already become a cult hit among discerning food connoisseurs. Singapore and hong kongwhere he debuted earlier this year for positive reviews. TiNDLE is now served in nearly 100 restaurants in Singapore, hong kong and Macau.

United Arab Emirates: TiNDLE’s first stop outside of Asia

The launch of TiNDLE in the UAE marks the first expansion outside of Asia for next-generation foods. The startup chose the United Arab Emirates because of the region’s outstanding reputation as a gastronomic paradise.

“The UAE has become one of the world’s top dining destinations, with a cosmopolitan mix of international influences and globally savvy chefs who like to experiment,” said the co-founder and CEO of Next Gen Foods. . Andre Menezes. “As the world begins to open up, people are venturing out to celebrate and socialize – and they’re looking for a big improvement on the boring chicken.”

Departure September 16TiNDLE will be on the menus of 8 partner restaurants with nearly 20 outlets across dubai, Abu Dhabiand Fujairahincluding At.Mosphere at Burj Khalifa, Akira Back Dubai, BB Social Dining at DIFC, Bite Me Burger/Get Plucked at DIFC and Jumeirah Park, FIKA at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Zero Gravity at Dubai Marina, La Brioche at dubai and Abu Dhabi and Le Méridien Al Aqah Beach Resort in Fujairah.

Sharing his astonishment with TiNDLE, Sebastien TorresExecutive Chef, Jumeirah Beach Hotelsays, “We found TiNDLE to be versatile and full of flavor – it was clear we had to have this plant-based chicken on the FIKA menu.”

TiNDLE will be distributed in the United Arab Emirates by fine food specialist Classic Fine Foods, which is also present in Asia and Europe. “We want to become the partner of choice for the best alternative protein brands and be recognized as a pioneer, bringing innovation to our customers. TiNDLE is a game-changer in the herbal industry.” Christophe BarrettCEO of Classic Fine Foods.

For more information about TiNDLE, including sales, please visit www.tindle.com

A global team on a global scale

Next Gen Foods was founded in 2020 by a Brazilian-born poultry exporter and food industry expert Andre Menezesand native German Timo Reckerwhose family affair has been making schnitzel and other meat products for three generations. The two entrepreneurs wanted to create pioneering products that would reduce humanity’s dependence on animal agriculture, which is acceleration of global warming and make people sick.

Next Gen Foods is funded by a $30 million the investment of Asian and American venture capitalists – the largest initial round ever for a plant-based food startup. Global celebrities – including English footballer Dele Alli and business guru Chris Yeh — are also investors.

The company is using seed round investment to fuel global growth and accelerate the pace of hiring. Next Gen Foods, which currently employs 30 people, is actively recruiting mission-driven individuals for more than 50 openings, including in United States, Europe and Asia.

In the past month, the company has hired Alex Ward as Chief Operating Officer (formerly Head of APAC Regional Innovation at Givaudan, global flavor and fragrance creator). He named Rohit Bhattacharya Financial director (former director at Temasek). And he appointed Charlotte Teo Global Marketing Director (former marketing manager at Johnson & Johnson).

About Next Generation Foods
Founded in 2020, Next Gen Foods is a food technology startup that develops and markets innovative and sustainable plant-based food products, including its flagship product, TiNDLE. Next Gen Foods is backed by a team with a proven track record in plant-based food technology, building global brands and scaling global distribution. For more information, visit nextgenfoods.sg.

About TiNDLE
TiNDLE is juicy, plant-based chicken that delivers mouth-watering taste, texture and versatility. TiNDLE is made without animals and with a fraction of the land, water and energy used to produce bird meat. TiNDLE brings people together for a mind-blowing taste experience that also benefits the planet. TiNDLE is the first brand created by Next Gen Foods, a Singapore-food technology company headquartered to develop and market innovative and sustainable foods. For more information, visit www.tindle.com or follow @tindlefoods on Instagram.

Bang Bang TiNDLE salad from FIKA, Jumeirah Beach Hotel

Bang Bang TiNDLE salad from FIKA, Jumeirah Beach Hotel



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