Plant-Based Foods

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The LIVEKINDLY co. acquires Swedish plant-based meat brand, Oumph!

By Mary Ellen Shoup

The LIVEKINDLY co., which launched in March with the ambition of becoming one of the largest plant-based food companies, has acquired Swedish plant-based meat brand, Oumph!, known for its soy-based burgers, strips, and pulled meat products.

Green shoots: creating a positive future for meat

IFFA 2019

Green shoots: creating a positive future for meat

By Aidan Fortune

Ahead of unveiling its new ‘The Future of Meat is Green’ initiative at the IFFA show in Germany, concept developer Vaessen-Schoemaker spoke exclusively to GlobalMeatNews about its hopes for the scheme and how the meat debate could become a positive one....

PAI sees a premium future for animal proteins ©iStock/Marilyna

Plant-based trend sees premiumisation of meat consumption

By Katy Askew

Plant-based sales are set to continue their upward trajectory but the meat and dairy sectors are not out for the count. The way we consume animal products is evolving and premiumising, French research suggests.

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