Reading nutrition labels is the quickest way to make healthier choices and include nutrient-dense foods in
our diet. So, we teamed up with LabelBlind®, India’s first food rating system, to rate the top high
protein food and beverage products in India.
*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
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.
Diet and Lifestyle Coach, The Health Pantry
“India Protein Score launched by Right To Protein is a milestone and a perfect guide for every Indian home to become protein sufficient by simply choosing protein-rich food options carefully and come one step closer towards the goal of protein sufficiency.”
Celebrity Nutritionist, Founder & CEO, NMAMI Life
“A nutrition score, such as the India Protein Score, by Right To Protein, acts as a great guidebook in helping us shop intentionally and maintain regular well-balanced meals that are not short on important macronutrients.”
Phd,Eminent Nutrition Expert ,Director Sreya Nutrition
“India Protein score acts as a handy guide to help India select an array of high protein foods and brands making the right choices! We no longer need to limit our protein consumption to basic staples alone.”
“Labelblind, in collaboration with Right To Protein, developed India’s first Indian Protein report to equip Indian citizens with a tool that allows them to make better choices and help them meet their daily protein requirements to bridge their protein gap.”
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.