Plant-based foods in Europe: How big is the market?
Plant-based consumption is growing at record levels across Europe, according to the first and only data of its kind, published by the Smart Protein project.Read the Report
Join The ProVeg Food Innovation Challenge
ProVeg is launching the Food Innovation Challenge for University students, in partnership with World Animal Protection. If you are passionate about promoting a sustainable lifestyle, creating delicious healthy food, and reducing animal consumption, apply now!Join the Challenge
Take the Veggie Challenge 2021
Receive 100+ free recipes, weekly menus, a handy app, and cooking tips.Take the Challenge
Help Make National Dietary Guidelines More Plant-Based
ProVeg, alongside Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org, has launched a global campaign to change guidelines everywhere. Watch our video to see how you can help.Learn More
Read the Food & Pandemics Report
By exploring the crucial connection between the current crisis and our animal-based food system, the ProVeg Food & Pandemics Report highlights how our food choices help to create a recipe for zoonotic pandemics.Read the Report
Corporate Engagement 1 March 2021
European plant-based food sector grows by 49% in 2 years
The Plant-based Food Sector Report by the Smart Protein Project takes a closer look at numerous plant-based-food categories, identifying the leading and most promising market segments.
Corporate Engagement 18 February 2021
Virtual New Food Conference 2021: plant-based from farm to fork
From 28 - 29 April 2021, the New Food Conference, Europe’s largest conference on alternative protein, will take place as a virtual event.
Corporate Engagement 2 February 2021
January Highlights from the plant based sector
As we move further into 2021, the plant-based sector looks set to accelerate even faster than in 2020. There are challenges, however, including the EU’s proposed censorship of the plant-based-dairy industry.
Event 1 February 2021
VegMed Web 2021: the future of food and healthcare
From 28 February to 2 March 2021, VegMed, Europe’s largest conference on plant-based nutrition in medicine, will take place as a virtual event.
Policy 1 February 2021
Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) in 2020
ProVeg International and Brighter Green submit key recommendations for an urgent shift towards sustainable food systems to the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) at UNFCCC Climate Dialogue sessions.
COVID 19 26 January 2021
Farmed animals as food – increasing the risk of pandemics
The use of farmed animals for food in high-density, intensified animal agriculture, results in ideal conditions for viral mutation, spread, and spillover to humans and wild animals.
Many of the world’s most urgent problems share a common cause: our food choices.
ProVeg is dedicated to raising awareness of how we can tackle these problems through diet.
Our food choices are a multiproblem solution.