17th June 2021 Plant-based
UK plant-based meat maker Meatless Farm has launched a £5m ($9.9m) crowdfunding campaign with retail investors able to buy in for just £10.
The plant-based brand has snapped up shelf space and is preparing to expand further with new products and partnerships.
After a spike in demand during lockdown, the trend to add plant-based product to shopping carts is continuing into 2021.
Sustainable Foods is planning to have Plan*t products in Australia and Asia by the end of the year.
After dipping its toe into the meatless market, Burger King is going full veg with the opening – albeit temporarily – of an all-plant-based restaurant in Germany.
But we do need to think about food quite differently, says Food Nation’s co-founder.
MPI is seeking more applicants from the food sector for SFF Futures funding.
Nestlé’s Launch of Wunda pea milk in Europe follows Coca-Cola expanding into oat milk in the US.
A diverse range of new processed vegetable products are now available to Kiwi consumers thanks to a $147,000 investment from the Ministry for Primary Industries.
Southlander Justin Riley returns home to bring forward Great South’s oat initiative.
Transformational changes to the global food system often come with strings attached, according to Riddet Institute researchers.
An investment bank has been appointed to marshal growing investor interest in the $50m Southland venture.
Impossible Foods’ vice president of nutrition and health, Dr Sue Klapholz, argues that in terms of nutrition, the Impossible Burger compares very favourably to beef from a cow. And when it comes to the health and sustainability of our planet and public health “there’s no contest”.
A new plant-based ice cream is one of five business start-ups moving through to the final stage of Venture Taranaki’s business accelerator, the PowerUp Ideas Competition.
For the third consecutive year, the growth in sales of plant-based meat, dairy and eggs in the US outpaced conventional animal product sales.
The fast-growing alternative protein market is on track to account for 11% of the global protein market by 2035.
The move into Asia builds on market presence in Australia, Europe and the US.
Increased popularity in plant-based meat substitutes could create opportunities for producers in NZ.
With the likes of Sir David Attenborough advocating for it, plant-based eating is becoming less of a trend, and more of a to-do.
Plant-based food producer, NEXT! Is behind the release of the bacon-like product.
The plant-based brand collective is collaborating with restaurateur Ganesh Raj.