I started Saved because I wanted to eat less meat to fight climate change.
Tried tofu and tempeh but found it hard to make delicious
Tried alt. meats but they're highly processed
Tried legumes but they always make me bloated
Then I discovered insect protein - a complete, digestible and sustainable option that left me feeling energised, no longer bloated, and relieved that I finally found a protein that is good for me and the planet.
I figured people don't want to see insects so why not integrate insect protein in the food we love?
So I quit my job at PepsiCo, launched Saved - to help people transition to more sustainable eating.
"I was immediately drawn by Saved's vision to challenge food norms and excited to play a role in growing the brand and helping people make an impact on their health and the planet through everyday food choices. I'm also a huge foodie, always on the hunt for new restaurants and cusines to try whereever I go, so naturally joining a food start up was very fitting."
"With a passion for business, having founded an ecomm business, and worked for start-ups, SMEs and prestigious worldwide brands, I was keen to be part of the journey in disrupting the snacking market. I love innovation and was so refreshed to see an alternative and sustainable take on every foods without compromising on taste - plus I'm a big foodie so felt like a natural fit!"
"I love to work with food companies that have a strong sense of identity and set of values, so when Saved approached me to join the team, I couldn't refuse the challenge and fell immediately in love with their mission - to bring insect protein to the masses. Passionate team - check; Saving the planet - check; Delicious food - check, check, check!"
We're fortifying lentil snacks with cricket protein to help you switch to sustainable proteins without compromising on taste, nutrition or the planet.
We believe in making food taste good while doing better by the planet.
Shake the alternative protein industry by introducing insect-fortified food as a sustainable, accessible and effortless option.
Bring the planet’s food wonders from extraordinary to ordinary to fight inaccessibility, overconsumption and the climate crisis.
18% of global emissions
come from the food industry
We'll be 10B
people by 2050
There is an urgency to tackle overconsumption & food waste, inaccessibility of novel foods and the climate crisis.