seitan* (water, WHEAT protein*) 78%, coconut fat*, onion*, yeast extract*, SOY sauce* (water, SOYbeans*, sea salt), red bell pepper*, garlic*, rock salt, spices*, paprika extract, acidifying agent: lactic acid**.
* = certified organic, **= vegan
Allergy Information :
Contains soy and gluten. May contain traces of celery, mustard and lupin.
Nutritional values per 100 g
||1019 kJ / 243 kcal
Wheaty: the story of a successful idea
25+ Years Of Experience
In the mid-seventies, when Klaus Gaiser, the founder of TOPAS - the company behind Wheaty - returned from two scholarships in East Asia, he brought back knowledge that would prove to be revolutionary. During his stays in Japan, China and Indonesia, the sinologist became familiar with East Asia's culture. He studied in depth the traditional manufacturing methods of Chinese and Japanese food.
Tofu Pioneer In Germany
In 1978, just a few months after his second return from Asia, he held his first self-produced block of tofu in his hands. At first, he only produced tofu for his friends, but soon demand rose so drastically that Klaus Gaiser began to offer his tofu products in health food stores. But the Swabian tinkerer and inventor didn't want to leave it at just tofu: he set himself a new pioneering challenge - the further development of seitan, i.e. wheat protein, to create a product which was relatively easy to prepare. Of course, the new product should be organic, a health food and vegan.
A New Cooking Culture
Wheaty is the result: A unique product range, based on wheat protein, with a hearty and spicy taste and a firm texture. TOPAS has adopted the Chinese-Japanese seitan tradition but reinvented it for Western cooking. Whether as Wheaty Cold Cuts, the Wheaty Pan-fry Ready Meals or Wheaty Sausages - all products are quick and easy to prepare as delicious, healthy snacks or meals.
Genetically modified organisms (GMO)
We go through great lengths to make sure GMOs have no chance of entering our production chain. Our products are examined frequently for residues of GMOs. So far, no contamination has ever been found.