Future Farm - Future Meatballs 10x25g

Future Farm - Future Meatballs 10x25g
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Future Farm - Future Meatballs 10x25g

Brand - Future Farm
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Quick Description

Tender, juicy, and full of flavour, you won’t believe it’s not meat! Future Farm makes its Future Meatballs with natural ingredients and without any meat.

Key Information

  • Tender and juicy meat-free meatballs
  • Made with plants but tastes and feels like meat
  • Easy to cook
  • Free from GMOs
  • Gluten-Free

Product Overview

Goodness gracious, great balls of flavour! If you want something that looks like meat, tastes like meat, but isn’t actually meat, then Future Farm’s Future Meatballs is for you.
Future Farm calls them meatballs, but they’re actually made of plant-based proteins. They’re also free from any GMOs and are suitable for a gluten-free diet.

Future Meatballs are easy to cook, whether you’re pan-frying or grilling them. They’re tender and flavourful, making them a great accompaniment to pasta dishes. They also make a lovely dish on their own when topped with some equally delicious sauce or gravy.

They look and taste the part, but they also should be kept like it. Future Meatballs are perishable and are best kept refrigerated. If they’ve come from the freezer and have been thawed, don’t put the pack back in. They’re unsuitable for refreezing.


Water, Vegetable Protein [16% Textured Soy Protein, 2% Isolated Soy Protein, 0,5% Pea Protein, 0.5% Chickpea Flour], Coconut Fat, Modified Food Starch, Onion, Salt, Dextrose, Colour [Beetroot Powder], Stabiliser [Methylcellulose], Natural Flavouring.
Allergens: Soy

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a proper way to prepare Future Farm’s Future Meatballs?

If you have some room temperature balls at the ready, all you need to do is preheat either your pan, fryer, or grill with some cooking oil until it gets to about 180°C. Fry until they reach golden brown (that should take about 5 to 6 minutes) and then drain any excess oil.

We weren’t kidding when we said they were easy to prepare!