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Euromonitor: "Investors See Big Money in Converting Meat and Dairy Consumption in Europe"

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Euromonitor International is the world’s leading independent provider of strategic market research. Based on the analysis of strategic data and consumer behaviours around the world, Euromonitor International provides comprehensive reports on current and future market trends.
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World’s First Plant-Based Burger Joint Seeks Franchisees

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Veganburg, founded in 2010, has been redefining food pop culture and comfort food in Asia and North America with its 100% plant-based menu. The fast casual restaurant, based in Singapore and San Francisco, has announced that it is seeking franchisees at a multi-unit franchising conference in Las Vegas.
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Cornerstone Group Publishes Report on Sustainable Protein

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Cornerstone Capital Group released a comprehensive new report: "Sustainable Protein: Investing for Impact at the Nexus of Environment, Human Health and Animal Welfare." Although the report is not fundamentally vegan, it advises on several pertinent areas such as the declining milk consumption and the countries which have issued reduced meat diet guidelines in the past year.
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On a Mission to Create Slaughter-Free Meat: Prof. Dr Mark Post on Food Grown From Cells

Mark Post
The Dutch food technology company Mosa Meat created the world’s first hamburger without slaughtering an animal. By using cell-culture technologies, the company grows cow cells to produce real meat that is not only better for animals and the environment but also delicious and able to meet the world’s growing hunger for meat. In this interview, Chief Scientific Officer, Prof. Mark Post, addresses some of the controversies surrounding this new approach to food and gives us an idea of what to expect.
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Red and Processed Meat Consumption Declines in the UK

Red and Processed Meat Consumption Declines in the UK
The National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS), which is a rolling programme assessing trends for diet, nutrient intake, and nutritional status for the UK, has released its results for the period of 2008-2017.
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Swedish Medical Center to Serve Plant-Based Nuggets

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Seattle Food Tech (SFT), a food production start-up creating plant-based meats for the foodservice industry, has teamed up with the Swedish Medical Center in Seattle to serve its plant-based nuggets, making the hospital the first one in the US to do so.
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Pea Protein Becoming Popular in Bakery Products

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Consumer demand for healthier and sustainable food options are turning manufacturers in the bakery segment towards pea protein products, reports Baking Business.
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How Oilseed Rape Could be a Source of Protein for Humans

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Rapeseed contains not just oil, but also high-quality protein. However, protein extracts from rapeseed have an intense, bitter flavor. A team led by food chemist Thomas Hofmann has now identified the substance that is responsible for this bitter taste. This is the first step towards making rapeseed suitable for human consumption.
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