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Zeagold Egg White- A Natural Way To Get Into Shape


Media Release 14 November 2012

Zeagold Egg White- A Natural Way To Get Into Shape

Supercharge your gym routine and maintain an athletic physique with Zeagold egg white, New Zealand’s first liquid, 100 per cent pure egg white product to be available in supermarkets.

In July 2011, Zeagold Foods launched frozen Zeagold egg white into Australian supermarkets and the product was extremely successful paving the way for launch into the New Zealand retail market.

A convenient and effective source of protein, Zeagold egg white is completely natural.

“Zeagold’s egg production and manufacturing expertise provides a winning platform to provide increasing numbers of health-conscious consumers with natural, nutritious convenient egg products,” says Zeagold’s General Manager, Hamish Sutherland.

“Our primary target for this product is health conscious people. Whether the goal is to build and preserve lean muscle mass or aid weight management, Zeagold egg white provides a convenient and economical solution.”

Zeagold egg white’s liquid, pasteurised form ensures that it is highly versatile and can be used in everything from smoothies to frittatas. With a low GI, Zeagold egg white balances blood sugar levels over a longer period of time, reducing the desire for snacks and improving alertness.

Studies have proven that eggs are one of the most complete, natural and economical protein sources available. Zeagold egg white harnesses the most nutritious part of the egg, the albumen or white to create a product that has virtually no fat or sugar and contains no cholesterol.

Zeagold egg white reduces food preparation time and cuts out the waste of shells and yolk.

Easily digestible, Zeagold egg white packs nearly 29 grams of protein per cup making it a fantastic protein source and with a RRP of $7.49 for a 980ml pouch; it is an economical source too.

Zeagold egg white is available in the chilled section of supermarkets from 19 November.

ABOUT ZEAGOLD

Zeagold Foods is New Zealand's leading producer of eggs. The company strives to provide consumers with the best egg products in the world. It's a goal they take seriously, monitoring each stage of the process - from the flock's feed source and management, through to egg collection and further processing. New Zealand's climate and natural surroundings lend themselves to producing quality agricultural products. Combine this with the country's geographic isolation and you have the world's safest environment for egg production. www.zeagoldeggwhite.co.nz

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