AYER, MASS. — Nasoya is unveiling a spate of new and reformulated Asian-inspired plant-based foods. The innovation is designed to cater to a variety of dietary needs and preferences, Nasoya said, as well as consumers’ desire for convenience.

Nasoya Superfood Skillets are made with the brand’s organic super firm tofu and are both vegan and gluten-free.

The Savory Tuscan Style skillet combines slow-cooked ragù-flavored tofu with a sofrito of cauliflower rice and vegetables, including onion, green and red bell peppers, carrots and eggplant. The skillet contains 270 calories and 19 grams of plant-based protein per 7-oz package.

The Zesty Mexican Style variety includes tofu, cauliflower rice, kidney beans, corn, carrots, onion and red bell pepper. Featuring 20 grams of plant-based protein, the skillet contains 280 calories per 7-oz package.

Additionally, Nasoya has reformulated its Asian-style wraps portfolio — including egg roll wraps, won ton wraps and round wraps — to be vegan.

Nasoya mild kimchiNasyoa egg roll wraps contain 60 calories per wrapper and come in 1-lb packages of 20 wrappers. The won ton wraps contain 50 calories per 3 wrappers and come in 12-oz packages of 51 wrappers. Nasoya round wraps contain 60 calories per 4 wrappers and come in 12-oz packages of 60 wrappers. All three varieties retail for $3.99.

Nasoya’s recently launched vegan kimchi is now 100% gluten-free. Made from Napa cabbage or radish that has been salted and fermented with spring onion, garlic and chili pepper, the kimchi comes in four varieties: spicy Napa cabbage, mild Napa cabbage, mild white Napa cabbage and mild cubed radish. Nasoya kimchi retails for $5.99 per 14-oz package.

“We’re committed to providing consumers with healthy plant-based, Asian-inspired items that fit seamlessly into their everyday lives,” said Ellen Kim, brand and marketing strategist at Nasoya, a business unit of Pulmuone Foods USA. “We’re sure this year’s new launches, our Superfood Skillets and Vegan Wraps, will equip home cooks with new and exciting options they can feel good about eating.”