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vegconomist at the Anuga in Cologne: Some impressions from the first day of the fair

vegconomist at the Anuga in Cologne: Some impressions from the first day of the fair

Anuga, the world's leading trade fair for the food and beverage industry, opened its doors in Cologne today and once again invites visitors to explore and network. We from vegconomist are also present this year and have collected first impressions for our readers.

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InnovoPro Launches "First Ever" Texturized Vegetable Protein Made From Chickpeas

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Israeli foodtech company InnovoPro has launched what it claims is the first ever texturized vegetable protein (TVP) made from chickpeas. TVP is used as a base for making meat alternatives such as burgers, nuggets, and sausages.

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Germany's Largest Dairy Cooperative to Launch Vegan Cheeses and Desserts

Germany's Largest Dairy Cooperative to Launch Vegan Cheeses and Desserts
DMK Group, the largest dairy cooperative in Germany, is to move into the plant-based segment. It made the announcement at ANUGA, the world's largest food and beverage trade fair.

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Healthy Snack Brand Perkier Raises £1M, Exceeding Crowdfunding Target by 250%

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Perkier, the UK's fastest-growing healthy snack bar brand, has completed a highly successful crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. The company raised £1 million --- 250% more than its original target of £400,000 --- from over 300 investors.

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Native Snacks Launches "World's First" Vegan Prawn Crackers, Could Help Save Mangrove Habitats

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Prawn farming has a huge environmental impact, producing more carbon emissions than beef and destroying vitally important mangrove habitats. But British company Native Snacks has set out to change that.

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Study Finds Over Half of South Africans Are Highly Likely to Buy Alt-Meat Products

Study Finds Over Half of South Africans Are Highly Likely to Buy Alt-Meat Products
A study conducted by South Africa's Credence Institute, in collaboration with US-based North Mountain Consulting Group, has found high demand for plant-based and cell-cultured meat in South Africa.

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