Bengaluru-based startup Sudo Foods launches plant-based snacks

Investment bankers turned entrepreneurs launch Sudo Foods, serving up plant-based
meat across Bengaluru

Bengaluru-based Sudo Foods has launched plant-based chicken samosas, chicken seekh
kebabs, chicken popcorn, and mutton galouti kebabs. The plant-based startup’s ethos is to ‘unjunk’
packaged food and offer kind alternatives to India’s vast non-vegetarian population.

With four products out in the market and a fifth (plant-based chicken burger patty) in the pipeline, Sudo Foods is redefining plant-based snacking.

The founders, Abhinav Chawla and Sadhika Agarwal, believe in using fresh, natural, and ethical ingredients – plant-based sources like seitan and soya with zero preservatives, zero cholesterol, and zero trans fats. The clean label aims to make plant-based meat healthier, tastier, and more convenient. Their ready-to-cook products can be served up in under 10 minutes and are currently retailing via D2C and B2C channels.

Experts at Good Food Institute India are working closely with plant-based startups like Sudo Foods towards improving and optimising their products.

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