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May 30,  2017
Lentein - A Protein Revolution - The Swash

Moo…ve over beef, so long soy, water-lentils are stepping in as THE protein alternative.

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Apr 12,  2017
Inside a $10 million aquafarm that grows slime-colored 'water lentils' - Business Insider

Americans eat approximately one-fifth less beef today than they did in 2005. As a result, a number of plant-based "meat" startups have popped up in the last decade. They've created everything from burgers made of pea protein to shrimp made of algae.

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Apr 20,  2017
Happy Cow

Introducing Clean Green Protein with LENTEIN

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Mar 17,  2017
LENTEIN plant protein debuts in Clean Machine protein powder - Food Navigator USA

However other forms of plant-based protein was also on show, with the water lentil – a free floating seed producing micro aquatic plant from the duckweed family cultivated by Parabel in Florida (brand name Lentein) – debuting in a new line from supplement brand Clean Machine.

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Mar 16,  2017
Innovative Plant Protein Souce launched at Expo West - Wholefood Magazine

Expo West Launch of Clean Green Protein with LENTEIN

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Mar 8,  2017
Lentein – Nutritional Water Lentil Clean Green Protein Powder? - The Supplement Police

Protein is an essential part of dietary intake. The body uses dietary protein for an extremely broad spectrum of functions, from building bones, muscle, and tissue, to creating blood, enzymes, hormones, and other critical elements.

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Feb 21,  2017
Alternative Proteins Trending - Food Ingredients First

Trending protein ingredients in 2017 by Food Ingredients First

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Jan 18,  2017
The Future 100 - by J Walther Thompson Intelligence

Trends and change to watch in 2017

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Jan 1,  
Quality Food Awards - UK

Ditch the avocado - duckweed and turmeric the new superfoods for 2017

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Jan 1,  2017
Water Lentils: Plant-Based Protein that Packs a Punch - Underground Health Reporter

Water lentils, known botanically as lemnoidiae and colloquially as duckweed or bayroot, are a serious new contender in the world of plant-based protein. You may have seen these tiny, free-floating aquatic plants growing naturally on a pond, marsh, or slow-moving stream. Until very recently, their nutritious potential has gone largely unre

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