About Hegg

We make eating good easy (and absolutely fun!)

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How does Hegg hatch from Plants?

Mung Beans

Tiny beans with big health benefits. Each mung bean
is packed with protein, fibre and rich in minerals like
iron, magnesium and many more!

Fava Beans

Call this nutrient-rich legume your one stop shop for
many vitamins and minerals essential for human health.
Rich in vitamin B1, thiamin, potassium, you name it.

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Our Story

Seeing how a tiny egg can have massive impact on our health and the plant, we embarked on our journey to revolutionise the world’s favourite and most versatile ingredient - Eggs! With a little help from our AI friend named REGENESYS, Hegg was born.

Hegg is good for your body

Zero Antibiotics

No antibodies used in the process.

Zero Cholesterol

No animals harmed in the making.

High in Protein

Plant-based protein provides plenty of
nutrients, fiber, and antioxidants.

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Hegg is good for the environment too

The idea of Hegg was hatched when we saw how with one simple ingredient - egg, could make such an impact to the world we live in.

So much wastage

Eggs don't last forever (sadly), which is why so many have to get thrown out due to oversupply. In Singapore, one merchant alone had to discard 250,000 eggs in 2020!

We love our eggs

Singaporeans consumes nearly 2 billion eggs every year, with 74% of them being imported.

This makes our small island very vulnerable to supply disruptions.

Animals get sick

6 in 10 diseases comes from animals - the nature of animals falling sick is unavoidable, yet at the same time, avoidable with the right alternatives.