By planting tigernuts, the quality of arable land can be improved, which can increase crop yields and improve farmers’ incomes

We provide affordable, healthy tigernut-based products and also donate food to low-income groups with the hope of reducing poverty.

Our major ingredient, tigernuts, is rich in dietary fiber, antioxidant agents, and minerals that are essential for maintaining a healthy diet.

Moreover, it can prevent several diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, and promote metabolism.

We have a direct supply of green and clean-label plant new materials. Planting tigernuts can also improve water and air quality, and help to alleviate desertification.

Also, the carbon emissions of producing tigernut milk are less than 0.9kg, far less than producing milk, which are 3.2kg. It can mitigate the effects of climate change.

We believe that collaboration and partnership are essential for promoting sustainable development and achieving our goals by making a bigger impact.

We cooperate with a range of different organizations, such as NGOs, universities, and private sectors, to promote our healthy products and sustainable concepts

OUR Commitment

We must contribute to improving the health of our planet and building a more sustainable future for everyone.

We value our natural resources and have adopted the highest standard in our contracted farmland to ensure sustainable farming.

We continue to enhance our production technology and process to reduce Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission and water wastage from our facilities.


You Can Do It!

Making a minor change on your diet habit can make a big difference to our planet. The healthier diet, the prettier planet. Join us!

of Meat the Next mince consumed;

of greenhouse gas emission saved.
This is equivalent to the CO2 absorbed by planting


1. The GHG emission data of beef and pork. According to the paper “Meat Eater’s Guide” published by Environmental Working Group on in 2011, the GHG emission of beef and pork is 29-60 kg GHG and 7-12 kg GHG respectively.
The GHG emission data of soybeans. According to the paper “Greenhouse gas emissions and energy efficiencies for soybeans and maize cultivated in different agronomic zones: A case study of Argentina” which published on “Science of the Total Environment” in 2017, the carbon emission of soybean is 6.06 kg GHG.
The GHG absorption data of soybeans. According to the article 《一“碳”究竟》 published by “People’s Daily” in 2021, the average amount of carbon absorption by a tree in a year is 18kg GHG.
2. We assume the meat consumption is half beef half pork, and we used the average value of the GHG emission value of pork and beef which is 44.5 and 9.5 kg GHG respectively .
3. We didn’t calculate the pollution from both plant-based and conventional meat manufacturing.