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Oatly to Open Its Biggest North American Factory, Will Produce 150M Litres Annually

Oatly to Open Its Biggest North American Factory, Will Produce 150M Litres Annually
Swedish oat milk giant Oatly is to open its third US production facility in Fort Worth, Texas. At 280,000 square feet, it will be the company's biggest factory in North America.

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Report Predicts Plant-Based Market Will See "Explosive Growth", Soaring to $162Bn by 2030

Beyond Chicken Tenders
A report by Bloomberg Intelligence, titled Plant-Based Foods Poised for Explosive Growth, has predicted that the value of the plant-based market will soar from $29.4 billion in 2020 to $162 billion by 2030.

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The International V-Label Awards Closed For Entry After Overwhelmingly Positive Response

V-Label Awards
The International V-Label Awards are officially closed for entries after an overwhelmingly positive response with 577 entries from 36 countries across the globe, from big names like Alpro or Beyond Meat to innovative emerging start-ups like Yo-Egg. “Having a high level of participation like the one we’ve had was crucial. It is very positive for the future finalists and winners, …

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Exclusive: The Vurger Co Reveals the Opening of Its Biggest Ever Restaurant Location

Exclusive: The Vurger Co Reveals the Opening of Its Biggest Ever Restaurant Location
The Vurger Co, whose founders were awarded Restaurant Entrepreneurs of the Year at this year's Food & Drink Heroes Awards, reveals exclusively to vegconomist that it is to open a fourth restaurant, venturing for the first time into the north of England with a new location set to be the biggest to date. As the much-loved vegan QSR chain celebrates …

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Does The Miyoko's Creamery Lawsuit Verdict Spell The End of Plant-Based Labelling Restrictions?

Miyoko with cheese
Almost two years ago, the California Department of Food and Agriculture ordered Miyoko's Creamery to stop using terms like "butter" and "lactose-free" on its product packaging. But it had targeted the wrong company.

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Novozymes Enters Alt-Protein Space With Investment of 2Bn Danish Kroner

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Danish biotech giant Novozymes has entered into a contract with an unnamed key player in the plant-based industry. As part of the contract, it will invest 2 billion Danish kroner into an alt-protein production line in Nebraska.

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