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Smithfield Foods Launches Plant-Based Protein Portfolio Under Pure Farmland™ Brand


Smithfield Foods, Inc. today announced that it is launching a plant-based protein portfolio under the company’s Pure Farmland™ brand. The new line comes in a variety of breakfast patties, meatballs, burger patties, and pre-seasoned protein starters to help consumers grow their plant-based protein ...


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Hype surrounding Beyond Meat continues - 287 percent increase in revenue


The success story of Beyond Meat continues for the time being: The meat replacement specialist with the coveted vegan burgers is still growing rapidly. In the second quarter, sales increased by a whopping 287 percent year-on-year to 67.3 million dollars (60.4 million euros), as Beyond Meat ...


Plant-Based Alternatives Are Not the Biggest Threat to the Meat and Dairy Industries


Rising demand for plant-based alternative meat and dairy products may not be the biggest problem facing conventional meat and dairy producers. New research by The Hartman Group uncovered that almost all consumers — whether they purchase plant-based foods or not — have some level of distrust in ...


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Meat from a lab? Startups cook up alternative to slaughter

Meat from a lab


Uma Valeti slices into a pan-fried chicken cutlet in the kitchen of his startup, Memphis Meats. He sniffs the tender morsel on his fork before taking a bite. He chews slowly, absorbing the taste. "Our chicken is chicken ... you've got to taste it to believe it," Valeti says. This is no ordinary ...


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METRO brings the Beyond Sausage to Europe


METRO Deutschland is the first wholesaler on the European continent to offer Beyond Sausage. The sausage made from purely vegetable ingredients is a convincing alternative to the classic Bratwurst. This means that traditional restaurants and snack bars can also expand their vegan ...


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Defenders of vegan bacon sue Mississippi over labeling law


A federal lawsuit says Mississippi is violating free-speech rights by banning makers of plant-based foods from using terms such as "meatless meatballs" and "vegan bacon." The lawsuit against Mississippi Republican Gov. Phil Bryant and the state's Republican agriculture commissioner, Andy Gipson, ...


Stock market hype surrounding Beyond Meat fades away


The high flight of Beyond Meat has ended for the time being - at least at the stock exchange. The US company with the coveted vegan burgers once again suffered heavy price losses at the beginning of the week, and the share was trading weaker for the fifth day in a row. Although the company value ...


Plant-based burger maker Beyond Meat beats forecasts in 1Q


Beyond Meat went beyond expectations in its first earnings report since its stock market debut last month. The plant-based meat maker's shares soared after it beat Wall Street's first quarter earnings and revenue forecasts. Beyond Meat also said it expects full-year revenue to hit $210 million ...


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Animal meat disappears from the shelves

New alternatives are whirling the agricultural and food industries upside down


A.T. Kearney Study on the Future of the Meat Market until 2040 "We are facing nothing less than the end of meat production as we know it," predicts Dr. Carsten Gerhardt, partner and agricultural expert at A.T. Kearney. "By 2040, only 40 percent of meat products consumed will come from animals." ...


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Serena Williams, Jay-Z and Katy Perry are investing in Impossible Foods


Impossible Foods has raised another $300 million to satisfy demand for its plant-based alternatives to meat — and celebrities are joining in.Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Serena Williams, Jaden Smith, Trevor Noah and Zedd are all among the slew of investors Impossible Foods announced Monday. The latest ...


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