Bacon TVP

Bacon TVP Bacon TVP
Product Rating: 14 out of 100 with 73 ratings 0

Bacon TVP from THRIVE

Why Thrive Bacon TVP Is The Best


Family Size (#10)
2.4 lbs, 47 servings
USD 43.29
Pantry Can
0.79 lbs, 15 servings
USD 18.69
Case (6 Cans)
14.4 lbs, 282 servings
USD 246.39
Pantry Can (10 Pack)
7.9 lbs, 150 servings
USD 180.69
All prices in USD

THRIVE Bacon TVP is the perfect way to have the great taste of bacon in your food storage supply. Use it in beans, potato bars, and omelets! TVP is low in fat while being high in fiber and protein. These tasty bites are soy-based, making them acceptable for vegetarian diets. Useful for up to 10 years, yet deliciously suited to everyday use, THRIVE Bacon TVP will be a fantastic part of many breakfast and dinner dishes for your family.

What is TVP?
TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein) is an excellent protein source that is easy to store and use. TVP is made from soy flour that has had the soy oil extracted. It is cooked under pressure, then extruded and dried. TVP is high in fiber and low in fat, making it ideal for food storage and everyday use. Because TVP is not made from meat, it does not run the same contamination risk from bacteria such as E. Coli and Salmonella. TVP is soy based and perfect for those on a vegetarian diet.

  •  Certified gluten-free
  •  NO artificial flavors

4 Easy Ways to Thrive


Closed: 10 years

Shelf life based on optimal storage conditions.


Family Size (#10): 47
Pantry Can: 15
Pouch: No


Ingredients: Textured vegetable protein (soy flour, caramel color, red 3), soybean oil, salt, natural flavoring. CERTIFIED GLUTEN FREE (pouches excluded)

All products are processed in facility that handles milk, egg, soy, wheat and tree nut products.

Country of origin: United States

Prep Instructions

Soak 2 1/2 cups TVP in 2 cups hot water until tender.


Fresh Equivalent

1 cup dry = about 1/2 lb. raw meat


Click here to view the THRIVE to Fresh Equivalents Chart.


Tips and More

  • Use it in recipes just like you would regular meat, in tacos, burritos, sloppy joes, and more.
  • Try adding some TVP to your fresh meat - it'll make the meat go further and keep your meal cost down.


Overall Customer Rating

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register