THIS - Isn't Chicken Plant-Based Nuggets, 240g


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THIS - Isn't Chicken Plant-Based Nuggets, 240g

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Quick Description

Looking for a tasty, plant-based meal that will be ready in minutes? Then THIS Isn't Chicken Plant-Based Nuggets are just for you!

Key Information

  • Plant-based chicken nugget alternatives
  • High in protein
  • Source of vitamin B12 and iron
  • Ready in under five minutes!
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Gluten-free

Product Overview

After a long day's work, you don’t want to have to slave away on a hot stove. You want something quick and easy, but not at the expense of quality and flavour. This is where THIS comes in with its delicious Plant-Based Chicken Nuggets.

THIS Isn't Chicken Plant-Based Nuggets are an excellent source of protein, vitamin B12, and iron. So you’re still getting lots of good nutrients from these delicious chicken-style nuggets.

Completely free from gluten, these nuggets are ready to cook.

From the fridge, simply pop them into a frying pan with oil and cook for 2 minutes on each side. Pair them with your favourite dipping sauces and delicious veg and you’ve got a lovely meal. Suitable for freezer, but once thawed do not refreeze.


Water, Breading (Wheat Flour, Water, Corn, Modified Wheat Starch, Raw Cane Sugar, Salt, Wheat Starch, Onion Powder, Yeast, Garlic Powder, Soya Lecithin, Dried Sage, Paprika, Black Pepper), Soya Protein Concentrate (21%), Rapeseed Oil, Natural Flavouring, Pea Protein Isolate (1.06%), Modified Tapioca Starch, Potato Starch, Salt, Pea Fibre, Maltodextrin, Iron, Vitamin B12.
Allergens: Wheat, Soy

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it bad to eat a lot of soybeans?

No, the soybean is a healthy legume. Though there have been claims that ‘isoflavones’ or ‘phytoestrogens’ in soy could have negative effects on hormones, the general consensus is isoflavones are thousands of times weaker than oestrogen and soy doesn’t affect testosterone at all.

Soybeans are also rich in nutrients. They are high in essential nutrients and minerals and offer relatively complete amino acids.