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TiNDLE Foods Expands Categories & Unveils Bold Brand Identity for Sustainable Food Solutions

TiNDLE Foods, formerly Next Gen Foods, has taken a major stride in its mission to create a more sustainable food system by expanding into new categories.

The Singapore-based food tech leader announced its plan to broaden its portfolio to include additional meat and dairy products such as sausages, milks, and ice creams, catering to consumers worldwide.

Source: TiNDLE

'The new TiNDLE Foods marks a significant milestone in our journey in providing ridiculously good food experiences that will help accelerate the transition to a more sustainable food system,'says Andre Menezes, CEO and Co-Founder of TiNDLE Foods.

'As we grow into new product categories and increase our capacity to make the best-tasting meat and dairy products – some of the most beloved foods in our society – we're now able to get closer and closer to finding viable and delicious solutions to help save our planet.'

The company's newly-established in-house creative team led the bold rebranding effort. The transformation reflects TiNDLE Foods' latest evolution and strategic move to tap into a wider array of categories and product offerings.

'Our brand relaunch is more than a new look,'shared Borna Bayat, VP of Brand and Creative at TiNDLE Foods.

'It's a visual manifestation of our commitment to creating a sustainable and delicious future. It's about using design as a tool to communicate our mission, engage our consumers, and ultimately, contribute to a food system that future generations can rely on.'

The expansion into new categories will be bolstered by TiNDLE Foods' existing expertise in plant-based food innovation, robust research and development capabilities, and access to efficient distribution channels.

Source: TiNDLE - Chicken range now available as meal kits

TiNDLE Foods, founded in 2020 by Andre Menezes and Timo Recker, has rapidly grown with its flagship product, TiNDLE Chicken. The plant-based chicken has gained popularity globally and is now available in thousands of restaurants and grocery stores, making a significant impact in reducing reliance on animal agriculture.

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