LabelBlind Cover _Options _160920-08

A LabelBlind® report on protein content in pre-packaged foods, supported by Right to Protein

Reading nutrition labels is the quickest way to make healthier eating choices and incorporate nutrient-dense foods for a balanced diet. So, we collaborated with LabelBlind®, India’s first food rating system, to rate the top high protein food and beverage products available in India!
Over 1700 products from 150 brands across 18 categories have been rated on their protein content* to help Indian citizens improve their protein food knowledge. This first-of-its kind report is designed to guide citizens in identifying protein-rich food categories and food items to help meet their daily protein needs.

*Based on their contribution to the Recommended Daily Allowances of protein as established by Indian Council of Medical Research and Food Safety and Standards Regulations

In association with

Revised_LabelBlind (1)

Download the India Protein Score Report here

You can refer to the India Protein Score to know about the top rated high-protein products, across multiple categories including whole grains, atta, savory snacks, dairy and dairy products, soy products, ready-to-eat meals, bread, breakfast cereals, nut butters and many more.

By clicking download report you agree to thePrivacy Policy.






Expert Quotes

Top Rated Protein Food Categories & Brands

Help us spread the word!

The latest report, infographics, press note, and more are made available to you in our Media Kit.

About the India Protein Score :
To develop the India Protein Score, LabelBlind® studied the nutrition data of over 6,100 prepackaged food & beverage products using its proprietary assessment tool. Information declared on food labels were used to rate each product on a scale of 1 to 5, based on their contribution to the Recommended Daily Allowances (RDA) of protein as established by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and Food Safety and Standards Regulations. This assessment by LabelBlind® is based on the nutrient labelling guidelines of FSSAI, WHO, USFDA and ICMR, of protein content of foods qualified to be ‘Source of Protein’ or ‘High in Protein’ (FSSAI Advertising & Labelling Regulations, 2018). The India Protein Score has been developed in collaboration with Right To Protein, a nationwide public health awareness initiative, as one possible solution to the barriers to protein consumption outlined in The Protein Paradox study launched in 2020.