From pea to mung bean protein, there are over 70 plant proteins posted by suppliers on Fieldcraft, the ingredient marketplace for food and beverage production. Contact us or sign up to search all ingredients and connect directly with suppliers for free.
This protein is rich in valuable amino acids and has no major common allergies. PURIS™ cultivates a spectrum of plant-based foods and ingredients from US-based organic and non-GMO sources. Their Organic Pea Protein is made from yellow peas and manufactured without the use of any chemical solvents, designed for applications where high solubility, high functionality, excellent dispersibility, and small particle size are required. Their proprietary process is designed to have a bland taste and is perfect for applications such as dry beverage blends, ready-to-drink products, meat alternatives, vegan spreads, and emulsified products.
PURIS also offers textured pea protein, starch, crisps and fiber. View all of their products here.
Ciranda supplies brands and manufacturers with certified Organic and non-GMO ingredients. They partner with producers across the globe to bring innovative, plant-based ingredient solutions, with a focus on sustainability and fair trade practices. Their Organic Pea Protein is derived from the Latvian Brown Pea. Growers in the Baltic Sea region use these peas, fava beans and red clover to fix nitrogen in the soil during crop rotations.
Sacha Inchi Protein
Rich in natural protein source that is grain free, paleo-friendly, and easily digestible, Sacha Inchi is considered a complete protein because it contains all nine essential amino acids that aid in workout recovery and support muscle growth. Terrasoul offers Sacha Inchi Protein powder that is unsweetened and free of stevia or other low-calorie sweeteners to allow buyers to adjust the flavor to their preference.
Designed for use in functional foods, supplements and sports nutrition, chickpea protein is seeing an expansion to more options including gluten-free baking as well as plant-based meat and dairy alternatives. Henry Broch Foods, one of the largest international food ingredient, processing and co-packing companies, offers conventional Chickpea Protein while Chickplease offers Organic Chickpea Protein.
This protein is high in Omega-3 fatty acids and nutritionally dense. Victory Hemp Foods is bringing to market functional bulk hemp ingredients from American-grown hemp seed. Their goal is to buy 1 million acres of hemp seed by 2030. Victory’s aim is to lead hemp to become a major US row crop to ensure the health of our soils, farms and people. Their Hemp Protein powders are available in 23%, 25% and 70% concentrations.
Minnesota Hemp Farms was the first approved industrial hemp grower in Minnesota. They are currently Minnesota’s largest hemp grower and supplier. Their Hemp Protein powder is available in 23%, 33% and 50% protein concentrations.
Known as ‘The Miracle Tree,’ Moringa is one of nature’s most nutritious foods. Native to India, Moringa is a nutrient dense and indigenous source of plant-based protein. It contains 46 powerful antioxidants, 9 vitamins, 9 minerals, 90 nutrients and 18 amino acids. Shining Sea Imports offers Moringa Protein powder that is obtained from the ground seed kernel after the seeds are cold-pressed for oil. The powder is 100% pure and contains 60% protein.
Mung Bean Protein
This crop has been a staple in the human diet for over 4,500 years. More recently, protein derived from mung beans has been featured in plant-based alternatives. Top Health Ingredients offers a variety of Mung Bean Proteins. These include texture-dependent applications like pasta and meat analogs, as well as plant-based ice cream, butter, cheese, RTD beverages and egg alternatives.
According to Bioriginal, their SolaThin® Potato Protein isolate increases that “full” feeling. Consumers know when they feel full faster, they eat less. The potato is one of the most satisfying, filling foods per calorie-consumed. SolaThin® is made solely from potatoes and delivers a 40% concentration of Pl-2. This protease inhibitor signals both the brain and the GI tract that the stomach is full.