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Impossible Foods is Creating Fishless Fish

    Impossible Foods is reportedly developing a fishless fish product, to follow the success of its Impossible Burger, which is currently the number one selling item on GrubHub across the USA during the late night time period. Impossible CEO Patrick Brown is branching out to plantbased fish as part of his mission to replace every animal-based food on the market by 2035. Speaking to the New York Times, Brown …

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Famous Dave's

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Shares in Famous Daves up 10% After Announcement of Beyond Meat Partnership

Even barbecue meat joints are now cashing in on vegan meat. Famous Dave’s is a chain of BBQ restaurans in the Midwest US states, primarily serving ribs and chicken with various BBQ sauce options. The chain, which operates over 180 locations in 33 states, has now said it will partner with Beyond Meat to serve the Beyond Burger, making share prices soar by 10% according to Markets Insider.

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Nancy's Probiotic yogurt

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Nancy’s Probiotic Foods Launches the First Oatmilk Yogurt for Nationwide Distribution

Springfield Creamery, the makers of Nancy’s Probiotic Foods, has recently introduced its first oat milk non-dairy yogurt in the US. Though Scandinavian company Hälso launched its organic, oat-based yogurt drink containing pro and prebiotics almost a year ago in US grocery chain Wegmans and Sweden-based Oatly launched its oat-based yogurt (both known as oatgurt) in spring 2019, Nancy’s Oatmilk Non-dairy Yogurt is the first to be distributed nationwide.

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Oumph!

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Oumph! Now Available in ASDA

Multi award-winning Oumph! today announced its expansion in the UK, with supermarket chain ASDA. Five Oumph! products are part of the initial launch, which will take place the week commencing 1st of July: Pulled Oumph!, Kebab Spiced, The Chunk, Thyme & Garlic and The Oumph! Burger.

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KFC Imposter Burger

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UK: Vegan KFC Sold Out in Four Days

KFC’s vegan Imposter Burger has completely sold out across its trial locations in the UK, reportedly selling 500% more than average menu launches. The Quorn chicken burger was initially planned for a four week test period but there are no more available just a few days after its launch.

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