ENOUGH accelerates commercialisation plans and celebrates collaboration with Unilever

ENOUGH has announced a collaboration with global consumer goods company Unilever to bring new plant-based meat products to market. Demand for meat alternatives has grown by up to 50% in the last year, and to meet the projections[i] that 10% of protein will come from non-animal sources by 2035, there is a need to add 10,000 tonnes per day of new non-animal protein sources every day for the next 5,000... more >

Processing technologies for continuous production of textured vegetable proteins

Rafael Alvarenga, Sales Engineer at Wenger Manufacturing, Inc. will be hosting an interesting roundtable on meat-free: “Looking at plant-based meat alternatives? How to kick-start your market…
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True Colors to Reflect the Great Taste of your Meat-free Products

Elaine Lee, UK based Applications Manager for Lycored, and Jose Acosta, US Global Applications Manager will be presenting two interesting talks: “Meat Free Innovations: True…
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New Scientific Paper Reviews Mycoprotein as Highly Sustainable Meat Substitute as Producers Increasingly Turn to Fungi Alternatives

A brand new scientific paper, “Mycoproteins as safe meat substitutes” shows that producing mycoproteins does not create pollutants or emissions, generates 10 times less greenhouse gas…
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Plant-Based Foods

Fast-growing fungal proteins could slash agricultural emissions ten-fold

Mycoprotein, a meat substitute made from cultivating the cells of a fibrous fungus, could provide a solution to many of the meat industry’s environmental weak…
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Plenitude: first-of-its-kind zero-waste biorefinery project. Jim Laird (3F BIO)

During the 14th Plant-Based Foods Summit 2019 in Lille (France),  Jim Laird, co-founder and CEO of 3F BIO, presented Plenitude EU project, first-of-its-kind zero-waste biorefinery…
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Rethinking Food and Agriculture 2020-2030

We are on the cusp of the deepest, fastest, most consequential disruption in food and agricultural production since the first domestication of plants and animals…
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