• We’re nearly done with our week of giveaways but we still have some more up our sleeve! Today, you could stand a chance to win a hamper to the value of R2500 with Upton!

    Upton’s Natural plant-based bacon, chorizo crumbles and traditional chunks have delicious porky taste and meaty texture (or extra crispy for bacon), they are non-GMO, kosher, high in protein, low in fat and with zero cholesterol, unlike animal-based meat. The main ingredient in these products is seitan (pronounced say-tan) which is made from wheat protein with an impressive texture and robust flavour. Seitan is a centuries-old technique stemming from ancient Japanese culinary traditions and is all-natural.

    The Upton’s plant-based Chorizo crumbles are perfect on tacos, nachos, pasta or your favourite breakfast scramble. Everyone’s favourite, Bacon, can easily be incorporated into your favourite dishes such as salads, pasta, and pizzas or as a breakfast side. Or for a recipe that requires whole muscle cuts, the Traditional Chunks easily take on the seasoning and flavour of the dish. The possibilities are endless with Upton’s range.

    “We are very excited to be able to bring our Seitan range to the South African market. We are looking forward to growing the plant-based food movement throughout the Continent,” commented Daniel Staackmann, Founder of Upton’s Naturals.

    Upton’s Natural Veganuary Hamper consists of the following: 

    • Upton’s Natural Bacon Strips

    • Upton’s Natural Chorizo Crumbles 

    • Beyond Burgers 

    • Violife Cheddar Cheese 

    • Violife Smoked Slices

    • Case of Happy Culture Kombucha

    • A Yuppiechef voucher valued at R1000.

    This will ensure that you have a variety of delicious plant-based products for you to cook up a storm, making all of your favourite dishes this Veganuary. Hamper valued at R2500. Find out more about the range by checking out their Instagram here.


    To enter, fill in the form below.

    Disclaimer: Ts&Cs apply | The competition ends 31 January 2022


    Fatima is the editor of Food&Home. Trained in English Literature and recipe development, she can be found eating her way through Cape Town armed with a cookbook in her bag and her camera at the ready.