Be healthy

As natural as the plants themselves

Food of vegetable origin

Almonds, nuts, rice and oats… Plants are simple. They grow in nature, they are harvested and ground to create a creamy and delicious texture. In the process there are no complicated formulas where preservatives or artificial sweeteners are added. So you enjoy only what your body really needs.

Creamy almonds, without preservatives

Creamy almonds, without preservatives

Only what your body really needs

Only what your body really needs

If it’s true that we are what we eat, we are all a little artificial, transgenic, sugary and refined. You just have to read the label to realise that we don’t know what we’re eating. And then there is the other fashionable label, that of being “veggie”, vegetarian, vegan, flexitarian, pescatarian, etc. Call it what you want, but if feeling good about what you eat is the new fashionable label, let’s hope it never goes out of style.

For KAIKU BEGETAL, health no longer means not being sick. Health is not a means to an end, it is the end in itself: a status, a way of understanding that our food and our well-being couldn’t be more interrelated.

Real flavour, real food

Real flavour, real food

There are many myths about flavour and plant-based foods. Who hasn’t heard people say that you can either “eat healthy or eat something tasty”? As always in these cases, disbelief is best answered by trying it out, forgetting prejudices and preconceived ideas. And in this case, disbelief is dispelled by the simple use of a spoon!

The four flavours of the new KAIKU BEGETAL with an almond base – natural, lime, peach and vanilla – have all the goodness of yoghurt and its natural ferments combined with delicious ingredients as natural as they are tasty, to which it has not been necessary to add anything else. They taste like what they are. They are what they taste like. Why add anything else?

Taking care of your body is not just a physical issue, it also involves the mind. Feeling good about what you eat has a lot to do with what goes on behind what you eat. Sustainability and health are two of the benefits of opting for a plant-based diet.

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