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Investments & Finance

Upfield Unveils Strategic Partnership with UK Vegan Egg Leader OGGS 

Upfield to enter into strategic partnership with OGGS, with minority stake in the UK-based egg alternative and vegan bakery Upfield, the world’s largest producer of plant-based spreads and owner of brands including Flora and Violife, has partnered with OGGS – one of the UK’s first and largest alt egg brands. The move looks to solidify Upfield’s position as a global leader in sustainable plant-based alternatives and includes Upfield taking a minority stake in Alternative Foods, the OGGS parent company.  Alternative Foods launched in 2019, offering a range of bakery products and liquid egg alternatives including OGGS Aquafaba, a patented liquid egg alternative, as well as Scrambled OGGS. The company calculates that it has saved over 2.2 million eggs being used in cooking and baking so …


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Gastronomy & Food Service

Oggs Partners With Bella Italia to Launch Vegan Carbonara and Chocolate Pudding

Oggs partners with Bella Italia for Veganuary, launching two new eggless plant-based dishes. British egg alternatives brand Oggs has announced a collaboration with Italian-inspired restaurant chain Bella Italia. From January 3rd, customers across the UK will be able to order plant-based carbonara followed by a vegan dessert. The new options have been launched to cater to the growing number of people participating in Veganuary. In an interview with vegconomist this week, the campaign’s Chief Executive Ria Rehberg said Veganuary had “played a significant role in making veganism more mainstream”. Scrambled Oggs The carbonara is made from Scrambled Oggs, which combines the company’s aquafaba (chickpea water) with tofu and seasonings. Vegan pancetta — a type of Italian bacon — completes the dish. The dessert is OGGS’ …


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Gastronomy & Food Service

Vegan Cake Specialist Oggs Launches First Aquafaba Egg For Consumers and Foodservice

A new vegan egg product from Oggs, finalist in The Grocer Gold Award Start-up of the Year, is created with aquafaba from organic chickpeas. The brand, which has a UK following for its cakes, launches the first-to-market concept into Waitrose in June then afterwards into Asda and Sainsbury’s, and later into foodservice and manufacturing.