The British retail chain Sainsbury’s has announced that it will add an own-brand vegan range to its existing product range this month. In over 400 of the country’s largest stores, the retail group will soon be meeting the growing demand for vegan food and catching up with its competitors.
There has been no official announcement yet, but a publicly posted photo suggests that on July 9th, the Beyond Burger will be introduced in nearly 1,000 Canadian A&W restaurants.
Lord of the Fries is one of the most popular destinations for vegan fast food lovers in Australia. The founders of the chain have now announced that they will open 100 franchise stores in India in the coming years.
The company “Beyond Meat” is set to have a presence in the UK. The now well-known brand, which has made it into numerous American supermarkets with its vegan burgers, is pursuing its plan to establish itself worldwide. The burgers will now be available in Great Britain, where there are many vegans. The manufacturer expects the market launch to be a great success.
The British frozen food distributor “Central Foods” has conducted a market study showing that the demand for vegan and vegetarian sausage alternatives is steadily increasing.
The American company “Beyond Meat” recently announced the forthcoming market launch of its new Breakfast Sausage Patty. The popular brand’s latest vegan meat creation will be available in stores from this autumn.
Beyond Meat®, the current market leader for plant-based meat alternatives, has announced comprehensive global expansion plans. Following its conquest of the American market, the plant-based protein specialist now intends to continue its resounding success worldwide and rapidly expand its global presence.
Dutch-based international meat dealer Zandbergen World’s Finest Meat has recently confirmed its cooperation with the well-known American start-up, Beyond Meat®. Zandbergen will in future distribute the popular ‘Beyond Burger®’ and other branded products exclusively for the European market.