The charity organization R3UA delivered 8 tons of products of the American food startup Next Gen Foods to Ukraine

The charity organization R3UA, together with Nova Ukraine and with the support of the new food company Next Gen Foods, delivered 8 tons, approximately 20 million calories, of plant-based meat substitute products to the residents of the recently liberated city Izium in the Kharkiv region.

The aid was distributed to de-occupied zones, hostels of Kharkiv Region, where people are staying after evacuation, part of the products was given to kitchens that feed evacuation stations. In this way, Next Gen Foods helped to organize more than 2,000 dinners, provide assistance to 500 families in the Malodanyliv community and 500 residents of de-occupied Kupiansk, and another 320 sets were handed over to four hostels.

Next Gen Foods is a food technology startup offering plant-based meat products that look and taste like meat. The company was founded in 2020 and is headquartered in Singapore. The manufacturer’s first product, TiNDLE, tastes like plant-based chicken and contains only 9 ingredients.

This is the second delivery of plant-based meat substitutes, which was organized with the participation of R3UA. Two months ago, the organization distributed more than 4 tons of products to internally displaced families in Kremenchuk. Such products are easy to store and prepare, they are more easily absorbed by the body and are suitable for consumption not only by people who for various reasons do not eat meat.