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Oatly Speaks Out Regarding the PureOaty Court Case

Glebe Farm Foods PureOaty
As we reported yesterday, market leader Oatly has entered a court battle with UK farm Glebe Farm Foods over a trademark disagreement regarding its PureOaty brand. Oatly has since contacted vegconomist with a brief comment as below. "When we compare the two products side by side, we are surprised" The case at the London High Court will put forward that …

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Netherlands' Largest Supermarket Chain Albert Heijn to See "Major Expansion of the Vegan Cheese Shelf"

HEKS'NKAAS spread
Further to the news as we reported last October when Albert Heijn added 70 own-brand products to its vegan range, the retailer now announces a major expansion of the vegan cheese shelf. Three big companies launch eight new products; an expansion of more than 50%. ProVeg states to vegconomist that this represents a breakthrough for vegan cheese in the Netherlands. …

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Happy Birthday to Future Farm: From Brazil to the World in Two Years

Happy Birthday to Future Farm: From Brazil to the World in Two Years
Fast-growing Brazilian foodtech pioneer Future Farm, recipient of the “World Changing Ideas” award from Fast Co., celebrates its second year of operation with a new product launch. Here we compile some of the cult brand's most significant milestones in just 24 months. "Future Burger 2030 Smoked is one of the coolest products Future Farm has ever developed. We're sure it …

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NEXT MEATS: "We Will Apply To Nasdaq and Aim to Be the Fastest In The World From Establishment To Becoming Listed"

NextMeats Japan
Japan's NEXT MEATS became the first publicly listed plant-based startup in the country, however, the company has lofty ambitions and states it is still far from the corporate philosophy of "saving the earth". "We are talking with the CEO of a particular US fast-food chain for the launch" Plant-Based Japan Inc. (former freefrom Inc.), a Japanese contributor to vegconomist, interviewed Mr. …

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Crowdfunding Continues to Trend as Meatless Farm Launches £5M Opportunity

Meatless Farm
UK plant-based meat maker Meatless Farm is giving consumers an opportunity to invest in the fast-growing company, as it launches a £5 million crowdfunding campaign. The move comes amongst a spate of crowdfunding successes for vegan businesses, as investors look to cash in on the plant-based boom.  “We are reaching a tipping point” - Meatless Farm CEO Morten Toft Bech …

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Grubby Exceeds Crowdfunding Target for "UK's First 100% Plant-Based Recipe Kit"

Grubby recipe kit
UK-based vegan recipe kit brand Grubby has raised over £920,000 in a crowdfunding campaign, exceeding its target of £720,000. Contributors included angel investors such as the founders of Skyscanner and World First.

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Israeli Startup YO-Egg Creates Hyper-Realistic Product Offering Same Nutrients as Poultry Eggs

YO-Egg
YO-Egg, a startup from Israel, has created a unique plant-based egg using proprietary, patent-pending ingredients. The company says that after focusing on Israel for a few months, it plans to enter the UK market.

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$1.64 Million Cultured Meat 2021 Market is Expected to Reach $2.7 Billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 95.8% - ResearchAndMarkets.com

$1.64 Million Cultured Meat 2021 Market is Expected to Reach $2.7 Billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 95.8% - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Cultured Meat Market by Type and End User: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast 2022-2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The cultured meat market size was valued at $1.64 million in 2021, and is estimated to reach $2,788.1 million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 95.8% from 2022 to 2030. Cultured meat or in vitro meat …

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Veg Capital Invests in Female-Led Brazilian Chocolate Company Super Vegan

Veg Capital super vegan
Vegan investment fund Veg Capital has made its first investment in Brazil by funding female-led chocolate company Super Vegan. Plans have been announced to grow the company's production and sales by ten times in the next twelve months.

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