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New Food Conference 2021: "The Pandemic Accelerated the Plant-Based Trend – Now It’s About Using the Momentum For Innovation"

New Food Conference 2021: “The Pandemic Accelerated the Plant-Based Trend – Now It’s About Using the Momentum For Innovation"
Both disruptive protein technology and the market for sustainable food solutions are growing at a mind-blowing pace. The New Food Conference is Europe’s first and biggest conference on new-protein solutions and a key event for food-industry stakeholders. Katleen Haefele, International Head of Food Services and Events at ProVeg, talks to vegconomist about what to expect at this year’s online event.

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Vegan Butchers Continue to Soar Worldwide as Faux Sells Out 3 Days in a Row

Faux butcher
When vegan butcher Faux opened its doors for the first time last week, it wasn't prepared for the demand. Queues formed outside the store in Nottingham, UK, with customers eager to sample its plant-based meats.

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Nestlé Opens Plant-Based Production Facility in Malaysia to Expand Harvest Gourmet Range

Nestle Malaysia
The world’s largest food and beverage manufacturer, Nestlé, has opened its first plant-based production facility in Malaysia. In order to cater to the rising demand for plant-based foods, the facility will be the first of its Plant-Based Meal Solutions manufacturing facilities in the ASEAN economic union and one of only two in the whole of Asia.

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Singapore's SingCell is Working to Solve Cultured Meat Cost & Scalability Issues

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Singcell, the first contract development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO) dedicated to cell-cultured meat, has entered into a technology development agreement with the National University of Singapore.

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Opinion: Large Multinationals Are Conquering the Vegan Market. Good Thing or Bad Thing?

Beyond Meat McDonalds
The list of small, medium, large and huge companies that are expanding their categories to include vegan products continues to grow overwhelmingly. From the corner shop to Burger King to Unilever, plant-based capitalism without a doubt is booming on an international level. Many indicators point to a tipping point that will permanently transform the global market.

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Is the Public Market Riskier Than the Venture Market? Dan Altschuler Malek Thinks So

Is the Public Market Riskier Than the Venture Market? Dan Altschuler Malek Thinks So
Dan Altschuler Malek of Unovis Capital joins Plant Powered Consulting Founder Elysabeth Alfano on the Plantbased Business Hour with tips for both entrepreneurs and investors. How to pick a winning plant-based start-Up? What valuations make sense? How important are numbers in a deck? They get into it all! They discuss what Dan looks for in a founder, why he doesn't invest in …

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Those Vegan Cowboys Develop Casein From Microbes to Make Dairy Without the Cow

The founders of meat alternatives company The Vegetarian Butcher have announced they are starting a new company focused on dairy alternatives. It will be known as Those Vegan Cowboys.
Last year, The Vegetarian Butcher founders Jaap Korteweg and Niko Koffeman created Those Vegan Cowboys, a company aimed at producing real milk without the cow. Now, they say they're developing animal-free casein.

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Moolec Science Expands Portfolio in Mission to "Address Dependency of Animal Proteins in Every Segment of the Food Industry"

Moolec Science
Moolec Science, a global Ag-Foodtech company based in the UK whose purpose is improving the affordability of animal-free food solutions, presents its latest two developments which join its working portfolio of meat analogs made with blends of soybean with selected porcine proteins and pea with bovine proteins.

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It’s All About The Numbers: C’mon Lucky $10B and More

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Every week, Plant-based Business Expert Elysabeth Alfano breaks down the headlines with her review and analysis in the Plantbased Business Minute. The following is for the week ending April 9, 2021. We are meat. That’s right, Impossible Foods has launched a TV ad campaign. They focus really intently on the plant-based burger being fried up on a grill, sizzling with …

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