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Singapore regulator advising cell-based meat firms to apply as soon as possible

Singapore's food safety body is urging cultured meat companies to get the regulatory application process started as soon as possible. The Singapore Food Agency (SFA)...

280 plant- and cell-based startups fundraising on Vevolution

Plant-based platform Vevolution is hosting 280 startups for fundraising. Co-founder Damien Clarkson sheds light on what goes on behind the scenes. Vevolution, a platform for...

Impossible Foods cuts foodservice prices again, says it won’t be last of 2021

Following a similar price cut last year, Impossible Foods has slashed foodservice prices by double digits, and said it won't be the last of...

Alt-meat brand Hungry Planet launches free delivery service across the US

Hungry Planet is rolling out a free direct-to-doorstep delivery service for its plant-based meats across all parts of the US. Alt-meat brand Hungry Planet has...

Asda to trial vegan butcher concept in Watford store

Months after launching the country's first ambient vegan aisle, Asda is trialling a vegan butcher concept in its Watford store. Asda is extending its foray...

Plant essential oils could replace preservatives in meat, finds study

A new report shows that essential oils derived from plants have antibacterial properties and could potentially act as natural preservatives in meat. Plant-derived essential oils...

Giving up cheese the biggest challenge for Brits to go vegan, finds study

Cheese remains the biggest obstacle for people considering going vegan, while the average Brit only lasts eight days into the Veganuary challenge. Four in 10...

South Korea’s military to cater to vegan diets from next year

South Korea's military will provide vegan meals to those enlisting as vegetarians and Muslims from February, the defence ministry said. The South Korean defence ministry...

German food safety authority rules out vitamin and mineral deficiency in vegans

A study by the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment has revealed that vegan diets don't have a ubiquitous vitamin and mineral deficiency. In a...

22% Brits only consider vegan products if it’s labelled ‘vegetarian’, shows research

A new study shows a "vegan gap" in the market, with 22% Brits only considering plant-based products if they are labelled 'vegetarian'. About a quarter...

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