Expect More of Your Pasta

Made from 100% Yellow Peas, ZENB Pasta brings plant-powered deliciousness to the table as it is high in protein, fibre, phosphorus and potassium, plus a source of iron. 

WHAT'S A YELLOW PEA?

This legume has a culinary history dating back over 10,000 years and is a delicious part of cuisines around the world.


Immature yellow peas start out green, but as they mature into dry seeds, yellow peas turn yellow.

Yellow Peas are a greener choice because they improve the soil by fixing nitrogen and require less water to grow than wheat.


DELICIOUS PASTA YOU CAN FEEL GOOD ABOUT… 

ZENB Pasta is High in Protein

When enjoyed as part of a varied and balanced diet, protein contributes to the growth of muscle mass and the maintenance of normal bones.

ZENB Pasta is a Source of Iron

When enjoyed as part of a varied and balanced diet, iron contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

ZENB Pasta is High in Potassium

When enjoyed as part of a varied and balanced diet, potassium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.

ZENB Pasta is High in Phosphorus

When enjoyed as part of a varied and balanced diet, phosphorus contributes to normal energy yielding metabolism.

ZENB Pasta is also High in Fibre.


Where does the dietary fibre in yellow pea come from?

Did you know that there is more fibre in the skin of yellow peas than just the peas alone, which are more often eaten without the skin.



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TASTY LITTLE YELLOW PEAS...

With a delicious flavour, subtle aroma, and al dente texture, Yellow Peas are the ideal ingredient for our plant based pasta, perfect for all your favourite recipes.


MADE FROM THE BEST

ONE BITE CLOSER TO A BETTER WORLD

ZENB aims to effectively harness the goodness of nature to achieve more mindful food. For us, that meant creating ZENB Pasta with a single ingredient: the Yellow Pea.


Yellow Peas put amino acid into the ground, which is good for the soil, they also take less water to grow than durum wheat, therefore is the greener choice!