Beans & Legumes
Legumes and beans can add earthy flavors, distinctive textures, and loads of plant-based protein to a variety of dishes.
Better-for-You Beans and Legumes to Love
Like you, we love legumes — but not the artificial ingredients, preservatives, and added salt you’ll often find in conventional grocery products. But we won’t let you get stuck in a bean rut! Thanks to our healthful selection of dry goods, you can mix things up at mealtime with a colorful variety of beans and legumes like red lentils, green split peas, sprouted mung beans, and more.
Top Bean & Legume Brands
Get to know our best bean brands and what they offer:
The TruRoots brand focuses on delivering the highest quality sprouted and unsprouted whole grains to help you make the most of the nutritional value these organically-grown plant proteins offer.
From our house label, you’ll find a diverse selection of food products, vitamins and supplements, home goods, bath and body products, and more. Our top-quality pantry staples and wellness essentials are made with our core values in mind.
Best Beans & Legumes
Save some space in your pantry for these wholesome, nutritious, and all-natural dried legumes:
Thrive Market Organic Dried Garbanzo Beans (Chickpeas)
Garbanzo beans, chickpeas — potay-to, potah-to! Whatever you call them, these well-loved legumes are a plant protein staple across the world and contribute a rich, nutty flavor and creamy texture to a variety of cuisines. Whether you add them to homemade hummus or channa masala, each serving offers 7 grams of protein.
TruRoots Organic Sprouted Green Lentils
The sprouting process helps enhance the nutritional profile of legumes and grains, while also making them easier to digest. This ancient dietary staple is perfect for modern-day diets and can be cooked up in 10 minutes or less. Each serving contains 9 grams of plant-based protein as well as calcium, iron, and potassium.
Organic Dried Beans
You won’t find any GMOs or artificial additives here. Let’s go back to basics with our top-rated organic bean varieties:
Thrive Market Organic Dried Pinto Beans
Our own brand’s hearty dried pinto beans offer 7 grams of plant protein per serving, along with a healthy dose of iron and potassium.
TruRoots Organic Sprouted Mung Beans
Each serving of these sprouted mung beans delivers 10 grams of protein. Serve these along with your favorite soup, stew, or sides for a bright flavor and buttery-soft texture.
Healthy Habits for Bean-Based Diets
Check out our bean-based blog posts for more ideas and recipes:
How Pinto Beans Stack Up Against Black Beans
You’re in line for your burrito bowl: Do you pick black beans or pinto beans? Do you know the difference between the two? Check out our comparison guide to find out about the nutritional value behind your favorite bean.
Try These High-Protein Meal Ideas
We all need nine essential amino acids in our diets, as well as other so-called nonessential amino acids — and we can get these from a variety of protein sources. To pack in all the protein you need, try some of our nutritious recipes.
Why Beans are so Important to a Vegan Diet
Beans are a hearty source of plant-based protein, which makes them a staple in most vegan diets. Learn more about why protein matters and which protein-rich foods you can incorporate into your favorite vegan dishes.