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Vegan Brands Increasingly Running TV Campaigns (plus, Impossible Foods for a SuperBowl Spot in 2021?)

Beyond Meat's first ever televised ad campaign
Impossible Foods is "looking to dial up mainstream, mass-market awareness next year,” reckons The Drum, which postures (tenuously?) that a Super Bowl spot could be on the table for 2021. Here we take a look at some other recent TV spots from some big vegan brands, hitting TV screens now that vegan is as mainstream as football.

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Dubai is Becoming Increasingly Vegan Friendly "Thanks to Social Media and Netflix" and COVID 19

Food Ka Mood Dubai
Dubai's plant-based foods sector soared during the lockdown earlier this year and since then it is continuing to grow. Consequently, the UAE is becoming increasingly more attractive to foreign companies like Brazilian Fazenda Futuro and Italian dairy company Koita Foods, which has launched a dairy-free option for UAE consumers.

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Asda Becomes First UK Supermarket with Dedicated Vegan Aisle, Will Others Follow Suit?

Asda plantbased mozzerella
This week, Asda is launching over a hundred new vegan products and will place them together with the existing plant-based range in a dedicated vegan aisle. Asda is thus responding to the growing demand for plant-based products and is intensifying the competition that exists between major retail chains in the UK.

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Mosa Meats Secures EUR 55M in Series B Funding Led by Blue Horizon Ventures

Mosa Meats Secures EUR 55M in Series B Funding Led by Blue Horizon Ventures
It was announced this morning that Netherlands-based cultured meat pioneers Mosa Meat has secured EUR 55M as part of a Series B funding round led by Blue Horizon Ventures, a VC firm founded by Roger Lienhard and Michael Kleindl which also holds positions in CUBIQ Foods, Love Raw, Alpha Foods, and Veestro.

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The Very Good Butchers: "We See Meat Becoming Increasingly Peripheral in Our Food Supply"

Mitchell Scott and James Davison TVGB
The Very Good Butchers is a brand that will need no introduction to most of our readers, as the world's second plantbased meat IPO which has seen phenomenal success since its floatation on the Canadian stock market earlier this year. In this exciting interview we get a sneak preview into some extremely interesting upcoming plans...

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92% of Impossible Burger Sales Come Directly at the Expense of Animal Meat Products

Impossible Wegmans
Impossible Foods now supplies its plant-based meat to more than 11,000 retail outlets across all 50 states, a 77X increase in only six months. According to data collected by Numerator, most of these grocery store sales come at the expense of animal-derived meat. Also from today there is a huge nationwide retail rollout in Canada, details below.

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Three of World's Biggest Pork Producers Are Releasing Vegan Meats This Week

Three of World's Biggest Pork Producers Are Releasing Vegan Meats This Week
Meat processors all around the world are waking up to plant-based, not only do they seemingly realise the ever-increasing demand for vegan meats, but surely they must also be looking to the not distant future and seeing that this is the only sustainable way forward, both for profitability and the planet.

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Green Monday on This Week's Record $70M Raise - the Largest Ever of its Kind in Asia

Green Common
Green Monday this week announced a record raise of $70 million and states that this record raise is the largest of its kind in Asia. Founder David Yeung has spoken about how the funds will be invested, revealing that its brands OmniFoods and Green Common - will expand substantially across Asia, Africa, North America, and Europe.


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Veganism in Chile Continues to Grow, Especially Among the Under-30s

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In 2018, Chile's Environmental Survey showed that approximately 1.5 million Chileans abstain from eating meat in their daily diet, and 75% said they would reduce their consumption to mitigate the environmental impact caused by animal agriculture.

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