"NANKA is Malaysia's first plant-based, high-fiber burger patty made from young jackfruit pulps. The product is manufactured by Ira Noah LLP, a food tech start-up based in Subang Jaya.
The fiber in plant foods plays an important role in digestive health. They prevent constipation and provide energy for the good bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. The Malaysian dietary guidelines recommend a fiber intake of 20 to 30 grams per day; however, Malaysians only consume about half that amount, leaving a fiber gap of 9 to 12 grams. Each NANKA burger contains 8 to 10 grams of wholesome plant-based fiber, closing the gap Malaysians have in terms of a healthy digestive system."
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