Vegconomist staff had the chance to sample Fry’s pizza at Anuga and can reccomend it to readers in Australia where the new artisan and stone baked vegan pizzas have just launched in both Coles and Woolworths. This new range from The Fry Family will be the first vegan pizza available in both supermarkets.
The plant-based meat sector is set to expand massively in Australia, creating substantial growth for crop farmers according to a new report by Food Frontier titled ‘Meat the alternative: Australia’s $3 billion opportunity’, which finds that plant-based industry will generate $3 billion for the Australian economy by 2030.
No Saints is a new Australian footwear company that is out to buck the status quo, offering unisex shoes that are better for animals, people and the planet. Launching today, the brand is committed to being at the forefront of technology and is constantly on the lookout for new vegan materials, such as pineapple leather and apple leather, which support the company ethos.
Coca-Cola Amatil today announced the nationwide launch of LUMI – a “guilt-free” soft serve made from refined fruit juice and fruit puree and served dairy-free, low-fat, low-sugar, gluten-free, and vegan.
Mad Mex, a Mexican fast-food restaurant chain based in Sydney, has announced a refresh to its brand that includes a menu overhaul; all items are now available in vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian options. Mad Mex hopes that the re-brand will mean that customers will perceive the chain’s food as natural and healthy.
Good cheese doesn’t depend upon dairy milk as a resource, and this is demonstrated by “Dairy-Free Down Under” – an innovative and family-owned company from Australia who produce cheese alternatives on premium ingredients like cashews, to ensure finest quality. With their gluten-free, GMO free and non-dairy products, they also have huge plans for expanding around the world, as they told us in our exclusive interview.