Havredal's chicken burgers


After a successful launch of our burger, we felt that the market was also missing a really good plant-based chicken burger that doesn't compromise on taste or texture.

Now we present Havredal's Plant-based Chicken Burger. Our unique production process gives it a rich flavour, juicy plant meat with a chicken-like texture and a crispy frying surface. Based on yellow peas and fava beans, the burger is produced in Sweden, 100% plant-based, gluten-free, soy-free and high in protein (15g/100g).

A tasty choice for the climate-conscious who want to eat chicken, without eating chicken.


Havredal's Plant-based Chicken Burgers come unprepared to give you, the chef, more freedom to flavour the breading mix. At Havredals, we like this burger best fried or grilled, but it can be deep-fried just as well. Our chicken burger is also great smashed for a larger cooking surface and crispier edges.

Produced in Sweden



Excellent for deep frying

15g protein per 100g

100% Plant-based

Supplementary effect from legumes and cereals


Havredal's burgers and patties are produced in Sweden with plant protein from fava beans, oats and other crops, using ingredients from Sweden and other northern European countries.  

The transformation of the food chain is crucial for achieving the climate goals. Today, there is a lack of production of many important crops in Sweden. Havredals wants to help increase the availability of Swedish crops by always choosing local ingredients whenever possible.    

Glad you're curious about our plant-based meat alternatives.

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Produced in Sweden

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