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In recent years, we've seen a growing variety of plant-based milk alternatives make their way onto supermarket shelves – from oat to almond, soya and now yellow split pea.

So how do you know which to go for? Taste is obviously vital, but it's equally important to make sure your milk alternatives are also nutritionally balanced. If you're starting to include more plant-based food and drink into your diet, there should be no compromise on taste or nutrition.

What is Wunda yellow split pea milk alternative? And why is everyone talking about it?

Plant-based dairy alternatives are far more than a mere trend – they are growing increasingly popular compared to their dairy counterpart.

The new alternative, Wunda, is taking the plant-based milk industry by storm. Made from yellow split peas, it's high in protein, high in fibre, high in calcium and fortified with vitamins D, B2 and B12.

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Here's why you should try it:

It's a great choice for a plant-based diet

In a world where vegan diets are becoming increasingly popular, it's becoming easier for people to find an alternative to their dairy products with a range of ingredients such as oat, almond and soy.

However not only is Wunda dairy-free and vegan* but its main ingredient, yellow split pea protein, means it's also suitable for those with a variety of different intolerances and allergies as it's gluten, lactose, soya and nut free.

The brand's recipe innovation has meant Wunda has a versatile and delicate flavour, making it a great milk alternative in a variety of both sweet and savoury dishes!

*Certified by the Vegan Society.

It's high in pea protein

Wunda's starting ingredient, the yellow split pea, is a great source of protein, with Wunda containing 2.2g of protein per 100ml.

If you're not including animal foods like meat and dairy into your diet, it's important to consume a range of different plant protein sources to ensure the body gets all it needs.

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According to the British Nutrition Foundation, the Reference Nutrient Intake (RNI) or recommended daily amount for protein is 0.75 grams per kilogram of body weight per day for average adults. This equates to around 56 grams per day for men and 45 grams per day for women. Protein supports growth and maintenance of muscle mass and maintenance of bones. Protein requirements change across the life course.

It is nutritious

One of the most important parts of selecting a milk alternative is making sure you get the nutrients you need. This is one of the many great things about Wunda.

Not only is Wunda packed with pea protein, it’s also high in fibre, calcium, low in fat and sugar and is a source of vitamins D, B2 and B12. Here’s a breakdown of what that means for your body when included as part of a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle:

  • Wunda contains 2.2g of protein per 100ml. Protein contributes to a growth in muscle mass.
  • Wunda contains 15% of the reference intake for calcium. Calcium is important for the maintenance of bones.
  • Vitamin D important to maintain normal bone health and maintain muscle function.
  • Vitamin B2 Also called riboflavin, it contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system and energy-yielding metabolism and helps maintain normal skin and vision.
  • Vitamin B12 Contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism, functioning of the nervous system and red blood cell production.

Other nutrients such as iron, iodine and zinc are also important to include as part of your diet. Learn more about these here.


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3 point wunda plan

Yellow split peas & the planet

Wunda aims to put you and the planet first in everything they do.

The Carbon Trust, an independent expert in helping organisations realise a sustainable, low carbon future, has certified Wunda as carbon neutral.

To explain this further, Wunda's 3-point plan helps visualise the steps taken to achieve this certification.