Specialty meat companies and plant-based meat substitutes are becoming more popular. Here’s how the two industries are thriving simultaneously.
Source: How vegan meat and gourmet meat companies are simultaneously thriving – Business Insider
Food experts are warning consumers about the Beyond Burger and the Impossible Burger for their high levels of saturated fat. The environmental benefits of an alternative to the livestock industry are clear, and reduction of red meat is a dietary positive, but consumers viewing these products as health foods are making a mistake.
Source: Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods and the diet truth of the summer burger
Impossible Foods, maker of the famously delicious ImpossibleTM Burger, today released findings from a white paper exploring generational differences i
Source: Kids in the Kitchen: Impossible Foods Releases Research on Plant Based Food Consumption Amongst Millennials and Gen Z | Business Wire
Beyond Meat and the Impossible Burger have entered almost every segment of a consumer’s dining experience, from fast-casual chains to home purchases in the grocery store.
Source: The Rise Of The Meatless Burger
Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, the plant-based protein companies challenging the meat industry, are being embraced by fast-food brands. Is it a marketing fad or the next menu mainstay for national restaurant chains?
Source: Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods in an alternative-meat arms race
Launching a plant-based product? You can forget the meat, but don’t forget to ask what type of consumer you’re targeting, says Givaudan.
Source: Five types of consumer make up the ‘unbelievable’ plant-based trend: Givaudan
Positive response in Europe has company poised for broader expansion.
Source: Nestle: ‘We are in the solutions business’ | 2019-06-12 | Food Business News
By 2040, most ‘meat’ will come from alternative sources and not dead animals. That’s according to a report led by AT Kearney, a global consultancy firm. T
Source: Most “Meat” Will Be Meat-Free Or Lab-Grown By 2040, Experts Predict | IFLScience
Plant-based proteins are in hot demand. That’s why Canadian grocery stores and restaurant chains are racing to give consumers what they want.
Source: The future of meat is shifting to plant-based products