How do we make eggs from plants?

Eggs are one of the most common foods on the planet, spanning cultures and cuisines, distance and language.

We eat 1.4 trillion chicken eggs per year, using 93 million acres of land and 51 billion gallons of water in the process.

JUST Egg started with a simple question.

Could we make really delicious eggs from plants?

Yes. And, in the process, we made eggs that are better for the planet, too.

We searched thousands of samples, representing hundreds of species of plants, and our team ultimately found one that magically scrambles like an egg.

We found our answer in an unlikely place.

A 4,400-year-old legume called the mung bean.

Cultures across the globe have cooked with mung beans for millennia. This very old bean, it turns out, makes very good eggs.

The mung bean is also one of the most sustainable plants on earth, using significantly fewer resources to grow and cultivate than do chicken eggs. So that’s a really nice bonus, too.

It scrambles like an egg, fluffs like an egg and, honestly, it tastes even better than a chicken egg.

Factory farms take an incredible toll on our planet, on animals and on ourselves. It doesn’t have to be this way. Our eggs are delicious, and they might just help fix our planet.

JUST Egg uses

0%less water

It takes 53 gallons of water to produce a single chicken egg. It’s not because of thirsty chickens; it’s because of the water that goes into growing so much feed. By making JUST Egg directly from plants, we use 98 percent less water.

JUST Egg uses

0%less land

More than three-quarters of the world’s farmable land goes to animal agriculture, yet it produces just 18 percent of our calories. By making JUST Egg directly from plants, we use 83 percent less land.

JUST Egg uses

0%less land

More than three-quarters of the world’s farmable land goes to animal agriculture, yet it produces just 18 percent of our calories. By making JUST Egg directly from plants, we use 83 percent less land.

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We’ve now sold the equivalent of more than 250 million eggs, and every one of those scrambles, omelettes and quiches has a real impact. By making JUST Egg from plants, we’ve saved more than 43 million kilograms of carbon dioxide, 9.1 billion gallons of water and 13,446 acres of land.That’s nearly 14,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools, an area larger than Bermuda and the equivalent of removing more than 9,000 cars from our roads for a year.

JUST Egg uses

0%fewer CO2 emissions

Yes, they’re delicious and, yes, they’re made from plants, and, sure, that helps the planet. But they’re also better for us, too. JUST Egg has 67 percent less saturated fat and a similar amount of protein as a chicken egg. It’s also free of cholesterol and full of good-for-you polyunsaturated fat. We call that a win-win.

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Yo, chicken eggs, we got it from here.

The factory farming industry is very worried about how much you’ll like our eggs. And with more than 250 million eggs already sold, it should be.