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Top Stories of the Vegan Business World

EU FIT4FOOD Project Offers Tools to Radically Improve Food System Sustainability

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FIT4FOOD2030, a project funded by the EU, has developed a "toolbox" to help food system actors improve sustainability. It is set to be launched at the project's final conference, which will take place from November 24-25.

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What's the Next Plant-Based Boom? Miyoko's, Good Catch, Evo Foods and Oatly Respond

What's the Next Plant-Based Boom? Miyoko's, Good Catch, Evo Foods and Oatly Respond
"To say plant-based foods are having a moment is an understatement. Green is now mainstream." says Allen Zelden, in an article originally published by Inside FMCG, which includes insights from plant-based leaders including Mike Messersmith of Oatly, Miyoko Schinner, Chris Kerr of Good Catch, and Kartik Dixit of Evo Foods.

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Discover why HPP is the best preservation solution for plant-based food & beverage products. Among its multiple advantages, this non-thermal technology can extend the shelf-life of plant-based foods by 2-10x and ensure a clean-label product, all while keeping its nutritional and organoleptic properties intact. In this webinar, organized by Hiperbaric, the global leader in HPP technology, manufacturers Ithaca Hummus and GL SA (SoNatural/SoFresco), will shed light on how HPP technology has helped them grow and differentiate their brands in the market.

Good Catch: "I Don’t Think We’ll Ever Stop. We are Committed to Creating Options to Better Serve Our Planet"

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Chef Chad Sarno is one half of a brother-partnership / two-man vegan food empire along with Derek Sarno, and the pair must be the two of the hardest working businesspeople in all of plant-based. This year alone, the number of achievements from Good Catch which we discuss in this interview, is truly astonishing.

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The British Sunday Roast to Be Meat-Free by 2030?

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According to a recent survey, two thirds (61%) of British consumers believe that the traditional meat-based Sunday roast dinner could become outdated within the next ten years. Encouragingly, few people meat-eaters see meat as the "star of the show" of the roast meal, with the majority saying roast potato was their favourite part of the meal.

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Patrik Baboumian Collaborates With Upfield for a Better Plant-Based Future

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Like no other, Patrik Baboumian embodies the power and health that a plant-based diet can bring. He achieved worldwide fame through the 2018 Netflix documentary The Game Changers, discussing the subject of ideal nutrition for top sporting performance, produced by Jackie Chan, Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron.

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Investments in Female-Led Companies Perform 63% Better than in All-Male Founding Teams

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Only 3% of investment funds go to female founders, and an incredible 75% of female entrepreneurs have faced gender bias and discrimination or even worse. Why is this the case in 2020? And even more importantly, when female-founded companies are found to far outperform their male counterparts?

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Eat Beyond Global Holdings: "Laser-Focused on Driving Innovation in the Food Sector"

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Don Robinson, former CEO of Mars Inc., was appointed as Chairman of the Board of Eat Beyond Global Holdings this Thursday. Eat Beyond is a Vancouver-based global investment fund that is seeking to invest in startups and businesses in the area of plant-based and alternative foods.

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Pharrell Williams Launches Inclusive Vegan Skincare Range "Humanrace"

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Singer Pharrell Williams has launched a vegan skincare range for people of all races and genders. Williams says the range, known as Humanrace, is made for anyone, regardless of demographic.

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Plant-Based Pork Market to Soar, Expected to Surpass $10.5 Bn by 2030

Plant-Based Pork Market to Soar, Expected to Surpass $10.5 Bn by 2030
Plant-based pork products sales are forecast to grow multifold over the period of 2020-2030, as predicted by an ESOMAR certified market research and consulting firm. Spurred by awareness of the threat of infections associated with meat consumption, plant-based pork sales are expected to surge considerably in the coming years.

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