26/01/2022 – Products / Good4U / Salad / Topper / Healthy / Nutritious / Superfood
Good4U’s salad and sprout topper range helps consumers kick-start a healthy 2022
Using 100-per-cent natural ingredients, GOOD4U’s nutritious range of salad and sprout toppers can be sprinkled on salads, soups or sandwiches for a burst of goodness in every meal.
Based in Sligo, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, family-run health food company Good4U uses all-natural ingredients to create nutritious products that provide an array of functional health benefits.
The product portfolio is made with 100-per-cent natural, wholesome ingredients, containing no added sugar. Full of flavour, high in both protein and fibre, vegan-friendly, and containing essential vitamins and minerals, the toppers are an ideal addition to help consumers kick-start their New Year health resolutions.
Sprouted seeds – a natural superfood
It was in 2004 that Good4U discovered sprouted seeds and thereafter became captivated by their inherent health properties. As such, sprouts have been widely hailed by nutritionists as a natural superfood, at their peak of nutritional value.
Packed with plant-based protein, the range is ideal for those looking for a natural protein boost – whether that be to regain energy post-work-out, or to incorporate into a family meal – the new topper combinations are designed to “elevate and nutritionally optimise” dishes.
To add flavour, texture and substance to any meal, Good4U’s Sprouted Salad Topper portfolio includes its ready to eat hero product, Super Sprouts – a unique blend of broccoli, alfalfa, clover and radish sprouts with a delicate hint of spice (RRP £1.55 in Waitrose; £1.25 in Sainsbury’s).
Meanwhile, the Lentil Sprout mix blends nutritious lentils, peas and beans, with just one 90g portion containing a staggering 12g of protein – the equivalent of two eggs (RRP £1.55 in Waitrose; £1.50 in Sainsbury’s).
Dressing up dull salads
To dress up dull salads and introduce some crunch to your sandwich, Good4U’s delicious and versatile Salad Topper pouches include savoury Super Seeds, aromatic Garlic and Herb, and spicy Garlic and Chilli seed varieties (RRP £2, selected products available across Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Ocado).
For those looking to add nutritional benefit to those more indulgent meals, these tasty toppers can be added to a wide range of dishes including pizzas, curries or burritos. The handy pouches can be easily resealed and used whenever a sprinkle of goodness is needed in a dish.
Good4U Super Seeds offer a crunchy and savoury mix of tamari roasted sunflower seeds, pumpkin and British-grown green peas. At only 144 calories per 25g serving, the seeds contain zinc, known to help the immune system.
Next in the line-up, the Garlic and Herb Topper (125 calories per 25g serving) is a delectable mix of crunchy edamame beans, nutty seeds, and homegrown peas and beans.
And finally, to add a little spice to evening meals, consumers can turn up the heat with Good4U’s Garlic and Chilli Salad Toppers (123 calories per 25g serving). This spicy mix is made with sweet red peppers, chilli roasted seeds, smoky chipotle and a sprinkle of kale, which can be poured on curries for a nourishing boost or added to salads for an extra punchy kick.
Health, affordable and sustainable
Good4U is also at the forefront of sustainability, being an Origin Green verified member of Bord Bia (The Irish Food Board). This sustainability programme is the only one in the world to operates at a national level, and its includes farmers and primary producers, processors and retailers working together and leading the way to create a better future for all involved.
Good4U is also proud to have achieved BRC accreditation.
In a statement, the brand said it “remains committed to producing healthy and honest products that are affordable and sustainable”.
Latest issue – Vol 3/22
– Innovation focus
– Thaifex-Anuga 2022 Insights
– A brave new world of work – Working life redefined
The Hotel Show Saudi Arabia 2022
RIYADH INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTER
LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER, USA
Future Food Forum 2022