What is Naked Glory?
Naked Glory is a new meat-free range for food lovers who are looking to reduce the amount of meat they eat but still crave mind-blowing tastes and moreishly succulent textures. Our irresistibly gorgeous products invite you to cheat on meat without a guilty conscience!What makes Naked Glory different?
Meat-free moments are far from bland and boring when Naked Glory is on the scene. In our quest for meat-free meaty perfection, we’ve created the tastiest, most succulent veggie protein range you could ever imagine.Why is the brand called Naked Glory?
It’s simple. Naked because it’s meat free. Glory because our food is gloriously gorgeous. As you can probably guess, we are a tad cheeky in our approach and vow never to be bland or boring!
Indeed they are! Naked Glory brings you magically meaty-tasting veggie protein without a compromise on taste or health. Our protein is made from soya beans, which are known for being low in saturated fat and high in protein. Current recommendations from the UK Eatwell Guide, show that soya products that are consumed as meat alternatives sit within the ‘beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat and other proteins’ group, in which consumption of plant protein is encouraged.
We are solidly committed to offering tempting choices that are better for you than their meat counterparts. For example, our Naked Glory sausages contain 75% less fat than the market average pork sausage and our mince contains 60% less fat than the market average beef mince.
P.S. all our products provide a source of fibre too. Job done!Are the products suitable for vegans?
Absolutely! All Naked Glory products are registered by the Vegan Society and are prepared in a meat- and dairy- free dedicated vegan production site.What are Naked Glory products made from and how are they produced?
The main ingredients in our products are expertly seasoned soya and wheat protein. Soya beans are known for being low in saturated fat and high in protein. These proteins are hydrated, mixed and formed to make showstopping Sausages, epic Quarter Pounders, succulent No Meat Balls and mightily meaty Mince.What does rehydrated soya mean?
Rehydrated soya is made from the part of the soybean that’s left over when the beans are turned into soybean oil. When rehydrated, it gains a meat-like texture that makes it popular for meat substitutes.Where are Naked Glory products produced?
Everything in the Naked Glory range is produced in the UK at our dedicated vegan manufacturing site.Are there any nuts in the products or present during the production process?
Naked Glory products do not contain nuts and are made in a nut-free environment.
Where to buy
You can find Naked Glory in the meat aisles at Tesco and Morrisons stores in the UK. More stockists are being added soon so watch this space!Why is Naked Glory in the meat aisles in stores?
The position of products in store is decided by the retailer. That said, we agree it makes sense for meat alternatives to be stocked alongside meat to inspire and tempt carnivores who are habitually shopping in this part of the store. However, Naked Glory products are irresistibly satisfying for vegetarians and vegans too, and can be enjoyed by everybody.I’m in Ireland/overseas, can I buy Naked Glory?
Unfortunately, our Naked Glory range is not available outside the UK.
Naked Glory products are made from soya protein. Soya as a raw material has a lower impact on the environment than meat. To grow 1kg of soy requires approximately 35-40% less water than 1kg of pig meat (70% less water than beef) – data from Water Footprint Network, Global averages.
We do not source our soya from any rainforest areas, only farmland where crops have been grown for generations.
Sustainability is very important to us. In our manufacturing site we have put in place officially recognised environmental management systems and have goals in place to reduce the amount of water and carbon we use.Is soya protein sustainable?
Soya as a raw material has a lower impact on the environment than meat. To grow 1kg of soy requires approximately 35-40% less water than 1kg of pig meat (70% less water than beef) – data from Water Footprint Network, Global averages.
We do not source our soya from any rainforest areas, only farmland where crops have been grown for generations.Is Naked Glory packaging recyclable? Are your cardboard packaging materials sourced responsibly?
All the cardboard used in our packaging is FSC certified, so you can be assured that it comes well-managed forests and/or recycled sources. To find out more about FSC, see fsc-uk.org.Is palm oil used in your products?
No, we do not use palm oil in any of our products.