Vegan meat brand produces up to 100,000 gyozas every seven hours to keep up with demand
Vegan meat company based in Vancouver, BC Modern meat plans to produce up to 100,000 newly introduced gyozas in a seven-hour shift. The food maker recently launched its plant-based Modern Gyoza, which features authentic Asian flavors and healthy vegan protein instead of traditional animal protein. “I am very excited about the introduction of our modern Gyoza. The gyoza has been a staple food for many families and the flavor profile is authentic and in line with traditional gyoza, ”said Tara Haddad, CEO of Modern Meat. “The main difference now is that we’re focusing on the health benefits of a herbal gyoza.”
Keep up with demand
During Modern Meat’s research and development process, the company expected that it would face production capacity challenges due to the demand for other plant-based products. However, the company was able to address these concerns by agreeing to work with an industry specialist. “The ability to produce up to 100,000 pieces of gyoza in a regular shift is great news for our company as it doesn’t interfere with our existing production and leverages our great distribution network,” said Haddad. “We expect the revenue from the Gyoza to be significant to our bottom line as we will also add new sales teams / networks to introduce the product.”
Modern Meat also produces vegan crab cakes, burgers, eggplant crumble, meatballs and sauces. It is planned to distribute its new Gyoza through its existing food service channel in Canada and the United States.