Breaking news: New Crop Capital has invested in Foods for Tomorrow, producer of plantbased chicken Heura as well as other products including the Heura Burger. The Barcelona startup recently announced to vegconomist that it is the fastest-growing European startup in the plant-based meat industry with a 450% growth in the last year.
Barcelona startup Foods For Tomorrow, producer of plantbased chicken Heura, announces its entry to Chile in June as the first step into the Latin American market, as it celebrates its third anniversary as the fastest growing European startup in the plant-based meat industry, with a 450% growth in the last year.
World MeatOut Day – a meatfree campaign which has taken place since 1985 – takes place tomorrow March 20th. To mark the occasion, producer of plant chicken products Foods for Tomorrow has analyzed the environmental impact of the entire population substituting animal meat with plant-based for one day.
Barcelona start-up Foods For Tomorrow, creators of plantbased meat Heura, announces it is accelerating its international expansion into French supermarket Franprix. The Heura products are now available in seven markets: France, Hong Kong, Singapore, Holland, Portugal, Andorra and Spain.
In a groundbreaking move, the Spanish Government has recently announced it is investing in the Barcelona startup Foods for Tomorrow, producer of the 100% plant-based meat line Heura. The funding comes through the NEOTEC Program of the Centre for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI) which is committed to sustainability
Foodsfortomorrow creates soy-based meat alternative Heura which contains twice the protein content of eggs, four times more iron than one serving of spinach, and has six times more fiber than tofu. Marketing Director of Foods for Tomorrow, Bernat Añaños, discusses the progress this year in its mission is to change the food system.
A recent report from Just Food describes how Spain is one of the market leaders for plant milk consumption, owing partly to its long standing tradition of horchata – a drink made from tiger nuts and enjoyed as a summer drink by the Spanish for multiple centuries. In addition, Taco Bell Spain has revealed it is debuting vegan meat options made from oats and beans.
Barcelona-based Foodsfortomorrow offers soy-based meat alternatives which have a short ingredient list and are enriched with vitamin B12. The company produces a product named Heura which is hugely popular in Spain as a meat alternative, contains twice the protein content of eggs, four times more iron than one serving of spinach and has six times more fiber than tofu.