Vchunks is a healthy option to substitute traditional, animal meat. Vchunks surprisingly tastes like meat – even better 😉 – and can be used the same way: in stews, noodles, suya etc. The health benefits are numerous: no cholesterol (that builds up blood pressure/hypertension which is a major contributor to heart diseases), no animal fats, no chemicals and preservatives. Also good for diabetes control, weight management, better digestion, high in protein and many more benefits.
Vchunks is very easy to prepare in minutes and can be stored without a refrigerator. Vchunks do not contain preservatives or other chemicals.
With NAFDAC number 08-1783L Vchunks is 100% a locally manufactured product.
Vchunks was introduced into the market in 2016. Vchunks is a 100% locally manufactured meat substitute and already available in over 12 Nigerian states and even ordered from abroad.
„We want to give Nigerians a healthier and at the same time delicious option for meat. An alternative or more variety for meat will have tremendous impact on people’s health and also helps efforts that tackle food security, environmental and socio-economic challenges“, says Hakeem Jimo, founder of VeggieVictory and Vchunks.
Vchunkshas a strong socio-economic impact as it aims to undercut the price of conventional meat, which is a big factor for people in Nigeria which is one of the fastest growing population on this planet.
“The texture of the Veg Meat in the soup was so beef-like, I had to keep checking the packet to make sure it was vegan.” naijaveganchef.com
Hello from California! I heard about your restaurant on “The World” radio program and when I posted a link to that on the Facebook page of Vegans: Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco, it has so far gotten 17 likes or loves! You have fans in California! Keep up the good work.
“I came by Veggie Victory for the first time today (instead of just asking someone to pick up something for me as I wanted to visit once before I head back to England). I tried the asun and I must say, it is so good! I shared it and here are the comments I got:
“Are you sure this isn’t beef? I’m sure you’re being deceived and this is actually beef.”
“This tastes just like regular asun!”
“It’s really delicious!”
“Where did you buy it and how much was it?”
I think a few meat-eaters might be stopping by from time to time for some vegan asun.
I’m leaving Nigeria in less than a week, but I’m really happy to have found Veggie Victory because Veggie Victory made my visit her more delicious :)” @sammysingally
“Live from port Harcourt, we discovered your product and it’s truly amazing. Keep up the good work” @eatalibe_ng