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Tesco to Offer over 100 Dairy-Free and Gluten-Free Products For Christmas

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UK retail giant Tesco has unveiled over 100 dairy and gluten-free products and plantbased "centrepieces" for the Christmas period, including a Butternut, Mushroom & Chestnut Wreath, as it continues with its mission to be the market leader in vegan products.
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London's Smithfield Market to Offer Plantbased Meat For First Time in 800 Years Following Animal Rebellion Protests

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Moving Mountains, creators of plant meats which look, smell and taste like meat, will be the first brand to supply Smithfield Market with plant-based meat in its entire 800 year history. The news comes weeks after the meat market was occupied by Animal  Rebellion protesters calling for a conversion of the site into a fruit and vegetable market.
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Miyoko's to Convert Dairy Farm Into Plant-based Agriculture for Cheese and Butter Products

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Miyoko's Creamery has announced plans to work with a California dairy farmer to convert their dairy farm to plant agriculture for human consumption. The transitioned land will become part of Miyoko's R & D development efforts for new cheese and butter products made from plants.
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Almost 30% of Americans are Willing to Consider Going Without Turkey this Thanksgiving

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According to new research conducted by market research firm Dynata, on behalf of The Meatless Farm, nearly 30% of American consumers would be willing to consider going without turkey this Thanksgiving.
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Wendy's Canada Quietly Launches the Vegan Plantiful Burger

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Following the success of the majority of fast food chains' vegan products such as McDonald's PLT and Burger King's Impossible Whopper, Wendy's in Canada has quietly added a plant-based product to its menus called the Plantiful Burger, without any announcement online or instore.
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Denny’s to Offer Beyond Burger Across the USA From Next Year

Denny’s to Offer Beyond Burger Across the USA From Next Year
American diner chain Denny's has revealed that it will offer its version of the Beyond Burger - the Denny’s Beyond Burger - across the US from 2020. The product, Denny's first plant-based menu item, is currently available in Los Angeles locations and will be rolled out nationwide from next year.
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Henkel to Acquire Vegan Professional Hair Care Brand DevaCurl

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Chemical giant Henkel has signed an agreement to acquire Deva Parent Holdings, Inc., New York City, which owns DevaCurl, a high growth professional hair care business. The company offers high-growth, category-leading hair care and styling products for all types of curly and wavy hair with a comprehensive portfolio of vegan and “free from” formulas.
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DuPont Launches Dairy-Free Cultures for Plant-Based Fermented Products

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DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences has announced a new ingredient – HOLDBAC® YM VEGE – as the latest addition to its line of protective cultures, reportedly known for their ability to extend shelf-life and secure the quality of products by holding off yeast and mold spoilage without use of synthetic preservatives.
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Air Protein Introduces The World's First Air-Based Food

Introducing the first air-based meat from Air Protein
Air Protein™, the Bay-Area based company pioneering a new consumer category - air-based foods - today announced the creation of the first air-based meat created from elements found in air. The company says it is "establishing a new industry of sustainable food that solves growing global food demands without the need for arable land."

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Kroger Announces Rebrand and Launch of 58 New Vegan Products Through Simple Truth Label

Kroger Announces Rebrand and Launch of 58 New Vegan Products Through Simple Truth Label
The Kroger Co. announced a rebranding campaign last week. As part of the campaign the supermarket has said it will roll out an additional 58 plant-based items under the Simple Truth label next year, according to The Wall Street Journal. The company introduced 22 plant-based products in 2019.
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