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Health

Beyond Steak Becomes “First” Plant-Based Meat Certified by the American Heart Association

Beyond Meat (Nasdaq: BYND) announces Beyond Steak has become the first plant-based meat and first steak to be certified by the American Heart Association’s Heart-Check Program.  The product will now carry the organization’s widely recognized Heart-Check seal, which helps consumers identify healthier foods when reading nutrition labels.  According to Beyond, its steak joins a select group of food products that meet the Association’s exacting nutritional standards for a heart-healthy food – including being low in saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol and sodium, and having over 10% of the Daily Value of essential nutrients.  Described as a better-for-you and portionable product, each serving of Beyond Steak offers 21 grams of protein, 170 calories and 1 gram of saturated fat, with no cholesterol, GMOs or added hormones …

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American Heart Association Says Adding Plant-Based Foods to Diet Decreases Risk of Death

An American Heart Association Meeting Report released last week summarises findings from studies of how plant-based diets affect humans. The specialists conclude that, “Adding high-quality plant-based foods to diet decreases risk of deaths from heart disease and other causes.”

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Gastronomy & Food Service

USA: Beyond Burger to be Available at Universities

Starting in the autumn, there will be more healthy, plant-based foods and meals available to students at American universities. Amongst other things, the vegan Beyond Burger will be added to the menus in canteens. The service provider Aramark, which is active in the areas of catering and service management, will be responsible for this. With its “Healthy for Life 20 by 20” program, in collaboration with the American Heart Association (AHA), Aramark wants to introduce more plant-based and heart-healthy foods in the canteens of American universities. This includes burgers with plant-based patties from the Californian brand Beyond Meat. These will be available under the name “All American Beyond Burger”, initially for a limited time. Some vegetarian and vegan dishes are already being served by the leading …

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