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Market Report: Vegan Cheese and Processed Cheese in North America and Europe

The market report “North America and Europe Vegan Cheese and Processed Cheeses Market Report 2018: Top Companies, Regions, Driving Force and Forecast 2023” by Market Reports looks at the market for vegan cheese and processed cheese. The market report focuses on the main players, types and applications of the vegan cheese and processed cheese industry in North America and Europe.


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Plant-Based Yoghurts: New Flavours Boost Consumption

According to the market report “Non-dairy Yogurt Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 to 2025”, the global market for plant-based yoghurts is experiencing growth due to rising consumption during this forecast period. This is mainly due to the introduction of new flavours and varieties, as well as growing awareness of the health benefits.


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Report: the Vegan Cheese Market through to 2025

A recent market research report published by WiseGuyReports examines the global vegan cheese market from 2017 to 2025 and provides a detailed analysis of factors such as market size, development environment, future developments, operating conditions and new trends in the vegan cheese market.


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Market Report: Growth for Vegan Beetroot Powder

The new market report “Beetroot Powder Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012-2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017-2027)” by Future Sights predicts that the market for beetroot powder will experience stable growth of 5 percent over the next few years. This is partly due to the growing global demand for vegan and gluten-free products.


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3D Printed Vegan Burgers

The Israeli food technology start-up “Chef-It” is, according to its own statements, about 18-24 months away from producing its own plant-based burger. However, the company is not doing this in the conventional way – instead, it is using 3D printers. With a specially developed technology based on cellulose, all the necessary ingredients can be imitated and made into burgers using a 3D printing process.


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Dairy Farmers Under “Vegan Pressure”

The British analyst for the dairy industry, Ian Potter, has made an appeal to dairy farmers. He calls for the seriousness of the ethical treatment of farm animals to be recognised, as the emerging vegan milk trend is increasingly becoming a competitor.