According to Canadian magazine Narcity, IKEA Canada has launched a “unique outdoor dining experience” called Foodbox at its Coquitlam location in Vancouver which is selling plant-based burgers. Foodbox debuted on 30th September and is reportedly the only place to offer the IKEA vegan burger at present.
From 1st November, 62 Whole Foods Markets in the Southern Pacific region, including Hawaii, Southern California, Arizona, and Las Vegas, will offer vegan holiday dishes to keep up with the plant-based trend, including a vegan stuffed turkey. Read below for other plant-based turkeys available around North America this season.
Motif FoodWorks, an ingredient innovation company, today announced the appointment of Michael Leonard as Chief Technology Officer and Elizabeth King as VP, People & Culture. The strategic hires bring key technical and people expertise to Motif’s executive team as the company works to “defy expectations for what’s possible in animal-free ingredients and products.”
High-performance catering company Nybll provides low-carb, high-protein meals to Fortune 500 companies and championship sports teams supporting peak-performance in the workplace, and on the field. Through Nybll, Co-Founder and Executive Chef Kristen Thibeault intends to disrupt corporate catering and personal meal delivery.
NexVeg™, a “revolutionary” whole-food plant-based protein brand, announces the launch of a Kickstarter campaign for the next part of its development which it says will “change the food system” – with handcrafted vegan proteins made from farmer’s market quality ingredients, delivered to doorsteps throughout the USA.
According to CSNews.com, GetGo Café + Market is the first US convenience store chain to offer the plant-based Impossible Burger. It is now available in six GetGo Pittsburgh-area locations in Carnegie, Southside Works, Monroeville, McKnight Road in the North Hills, Robinson Crossroads and Bridgeville.
Greenleaf Foods, is a subsidiary of Maple Foods, which reportedly invested in improved animal welfare standards last August following various revelations about its practices. The company has announced through its plant-based protein brand, Lightlife, its partnership with the Chicago Bears to offer the Lightlife Burger at Soldier Field this season.
Impossible Foods, maker of the Impossible Burger, received the 2019 UN Global Climate Action Award for Planetary Health. This award is given to only 15 organizations around the world and is intended to highlight the most practical examples of what is being done globally to combat climate change.