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Natural and vegan additives headline Omya’s ingredient solutions

Additives suitable for natural and vegan clean label applications, like colourants and flavours, feature in Omya's 2021 porfolio. Swiss mineral export Omya is meeting consumer...

The UK’s first plant-based training programme for chefs launches tomorrow

HIT training is partnering with Quorn to set up a plant-based training programme for chefs, a first for the UK's hospitality sector. Hospitality and catering...

Israel sees 90% acceptance in blind plant-based meat taste test

Via a blind taste test for its plant-based meat, Redefine Meat revealed Israel's population finds it comparable to conventional meat. Redefine Meat, a plant-based startup...

Spain invests in cultured meat project

Spain is showing its support for cell-based meat by investing €5.2 million in BioTech Foods's cultured meat project. Spain's government is investing €5.2 million in...

ONA becomes France’s first vegan restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star

Claire Vallée's ONA became the first vegan restaurant in France to be awarded a Michelin star in the latest edition of the guide published...

Liverpool FC takes Quorn partnership to next level with ‘Meat Free Matchdays’

Having partnered in 2020, as part of the Reds Go Green initiative, Liverpool FC is lending its support to Quorn by asking fans to...

Plant-based brands petitioning the EU over dairy alternatives labelling ban

Months after its vote to ban dairy-related terms in plant-based alternatives, ProVeg International is challenging the EU with a petition. ProVeg International, Oatly and Upfield...

Are Regenuary and regenerative farming aligned?

An environmentalist weighs in on the pros of regenerative farming and the validity of The Ethical Butcher's Regenuary campaign. "There are more than 220,000 tags...

Denmark promotes climate-friendly diets in new guidelines

Climate and health are the highlights in Denmark's new official diet guidelines, part of its 2030 climate change plan. Denmark's new dietary guidelines include carbon...

Over half of Brits would swap meat meals with plant-based alternatives, shows study

A new study suggests that more than half of the UK population would swap meat-based traditional favourites for vegan alternatives. Over of Brits are willing...

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