Taste award-winning Oumph meat alternative for free

This weekend at Hackney Downs Vegan Market is your chance to try the award winning meat alternative by superstar brand Oumph!… for free!

Oumph!, a favourite in Sweden and the Nordic countries, is made from soya beans and organic herb and spice mixes. It’s plant-based and free from gluten and dairy… and it is taking the UK by storm.

Oumph! is versatile and easy to cook. It’s suitable to grill, boil, sauté, deep-fry or even heat over an open BBQ. In addition, it’s high in protein and fibre and a source of iron and folic acid, as well has having a low climate impact.

And no animals were harmed to bring it to your table!

Oumph! is absolutely delicious so it comes as no surprise that the brand has been busy sweeping all the awards in 2018, including:

• Oumph! Kebab Spiced – awarded ‘Best Food Product of the Year’, Food Matters Live.

Oumph! The Chunk – awarded Gold ‘Food For Food Service’, FreeFrom Eating Out Awards.

• Pulled Oumph! – awarded Bronze in ‘Ready Meals’ category, FreeFrom Food Awards 2018.

• Oumph! The Chunk – awarded Silver in the ‘Food Innovation’ category, FreeFrom Food Awards 2018.

If you are curious to see what all the fuss is about, get along to Hackney Downs Vegan Market to taste the incredible Pulled Oumph! for free.

Pulled Oumph!

On Saturday December 15 and Sunday December 16, 2018, you can try hot samples of this groundbreaking products served on crunchy corn chips with pickled onion.

Truly sensational.

Pulled Oumph! on crunchy corn chips with pickled onion

Oumph! is a part of Food for Progress. Food for Progress is a Swedish food company producing tasty, nutritious and climate-friendly food that everyone on the planet can eat. 

Check out the full Oumph! range in the UK online here and follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

You can see the full trader line up for Hackney Downs Vegan Market online here.

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