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Innovate your culinary creations

As a food service professional, you know that ingredients matter, and that’s why we are excited to introduce you to the Australian Lupin Bean – the novel, sustainable and nutritious ingredient that can add an innovative statement to your culinary creations.

Plant based protein, perfectly paired with spices and seasonings

Flavour and texture

Australian Lupin Beans have a unique flavour profile and texture that can add depth and an extra dose of nutrition to your dishes. They have a subtle nutty flavour that works well in a wide range of foods from dips, spreads, soups and salads to burgers and baked goods. They also pair well with a variety of spices and seasonings, making them a versatile ingredient for chefs looking to experiment with new ingredients.


Australian Lupin Beans are incredibly nutritious. They are a rich source of plant based protein, fibre, and other essential nutrients, making them an excellent choice for health- conscious diners. They are also low in fat, gluten free and the only ‘keto bean’ in existence, making them suitable for a wide range of dietary needs.


The Australian Lupin Bean industry is constantly evolving, and we are at the forefront of the latest in lupin -based food science. We offer a range of innovative Australian lupin bean based products milled from the kernel of the bean: from splits, flakes and flour to pasta and protein concentrates/isolates for various applications, that can help you create dishes that are both nutritious and unique.


Australian Lupin Beans are more than just a trendy ingredient – they’re a sustainable choice for chefs who care about the environment. Sustainability is a core value of the Australian Bean Industry, and we’re committed to promoting sustainable farming practices. Our lupin beans are grown using methods that promote soil health and biodiversity, making them an environmentally friendly choice.

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It is important to note that like other protein-based foods Australian lupin beans can cause allergic reactions. Some people with a peanut allergy are also reactive to lupin.