The “Green Garden Bakery” in the Heritage Park in North Minneapolis is a project by the young “Teenage Vegan Bakers”, who are implementing their vegan business idea in their home town. They have been offering plant-based desserts and baked goods for some time now, and are so successful that they have been able to attract a considerable amount of investment to further expand their business.
Following last Friday’s report on REBBL’s adaptogenic anti-stress drink, it has been announced that the company can look forward to receiving £20 million in benefits. This capital will be provided by CAVU Venture Partners.
No eggs, no milk, no genetic engineering and no artificial flavours or corn syrup – that’s how the new cookie dough from “Just” is presented. The American start-up from San Francisco is expanding its product range with a variety of new flavours. But Just’s planning is still in full swing.
The Californian company “Before the Butcher” is developing a new soy-based vegan burger with a taste and texture based on its meaty counterparts.
Purple Carrot, the American company specializing in plant-based ready meals, recently received $4 million in additional investment capital from the large US retail group Fresh Del Monte. Fresh Del Monte is now counting on the sustained growth trend of the food supplier industry, which is currently making big waves in the USA.
The vegan organic meal replacement bar Human Food has cracked its crowdfunding target of £80,000 and is expected to be available in three varieties starting this autumn.