vegconomist - the vegan business magazine logo
Anzeige
vegency - communicate effectively with your vegan target group in Germany

Top Stories of the vegan business world

Anzeige
advertise your business with vegconomist

Oumph! Reports 400% Increase in UK Sales This Year for its Vegan Meat Products

The Oumph Burger lifestyle shot
Award-winning plant-based brand Oumph!, a brand based in Sweden and popular in the Nordic countries as well as in the UK, where the brand has seen an increase of 400% in sales for the period of January to April when compared to the same period last year. The brand also successfully launched into the Netherlands this year.
Read more

Impossible Foods Products Now Available DTC With Free Home Delivery Across the US

Impossible brick
The alternative meat company has revealed that its plant-based meat burgers are now available direct to consumers in the US through its website, stating that consumers can now "Order Impossible™ Burger to cook at home, and have it shipped directly to your door for free."
Read more

An Insight into Ethical Vegan Law by Dr. Jeanette Rawley, Chair of The Vegan Society’s International Rights Network

vegetables vegan law
In the first of a new series of articles on vegan legal issues from an international perspective, contributed by lawyer Ralf Müller-Amenitsch who is kindly compiling the series, we welcome this insightful and informative article written by Dr. Jeanette Rawley, Chair of The Vegan Society’s International Rights Network.
Read more

In Response to More Consumers Cooking at Home, Morningstar Farms Expands it Plant-Based Products into Australia

MorningStar Farms Incogmeato Line Up
As reported by insideFMCG, Morningstar Farms has launched its plant-based products in Australia as Australian consumers continue to spend more time cooking at home and are choosing to reduce their meat consumption two or three times a week.
Read more

No Evil Foods Extends "Hero Pay" for its Essential Production Employees Indefinitely

logo no evil food
Plant-based meat alternative manufacturer No Evil Foods has announced that it will extend the wage increase for its frontline production workers indefinitely. Its production employees now earn an average of $17 an hour and receive 100% employer-paid health insurance, paid-time-off, holidays, and other benefits.
Read more

Andrew Ive of Big Idea Ventures

Andrew Ive of Big Idea Ventures
What's the next Big (plant-based) Idea? General Partner and Founder of Big Idea Ventures Andrew Ive shares the secret with Elysabeth Alfano on The Plantbased Business Hour. Here's a hint: it isn't food!
Read more

Sabra, a Joint Venture Between PepsiCo and Strauss Group Ltd, Announces Plans to Grow First-Of-Its-Kind Sesame Seed Varietal in the US

Sabra flag field sesame seeds hummus
Sabra Dipping Company, a joint venture between PepsiCo and Strauss Group, one of Israel’s largest food production manufacturers, announced plans to grow a non-GMO, first-of-its-kind sesame seed varietal in the US. The seeds were developed by Sabra and will produce tahini, a key ingredient in the company's vegan hummus.
Read more

Dairy Group Meadow Foods Invests £4M for New Plant-Based Facility in UK

Dairy Group Meadow Foods Invests £4M for New Plant-Based Facility in UK
Sizeable dairy group Meadow Foods has invested £4 million ($USD 5,020,560) in a new facility for manufacturing plant-based products in Chester, UK. Building work commenced this January with the manufacture of products including milk, cream, yogurt, soft cheese, custard, and sour cream expected to begin before the end of 2020.
Read more

International Convenience Store Chain 7-Eleven Launches New Vegan Line in Australia

pb sandwiches 7-eleven
As reported by InsideFranchiseBusiness.com, international convenience chain 7-Eleven has launched its new vegan line of products in Australia. Available in all stores nationwide, the menu includes the 7-Eleven No Chicken and Lettuce Sandwich, 7-Eleven No Egg and Lettuce Sandwich, 7-Eleven No Beef Pie, and 7-Eleven No Sausage Roll.
Read more
linkedin custom twitter custom facebook