PLANT-BASED FOODS IN EUROPE. WHAT DO CONSUMERS WANT?
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Pro Taste 9 March 2023
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Policy 7 March 2023
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Policy 3 March 2023
Meet our Youth Board!
ProVeg International is excited to announce the launch of its new Youth Board, with 20 amazing young people from around the world joining.
Pro Justice 20 February 2023
Four reasons going plant-based promotes social justice
Every year on 20 February, the UN celebrates World Day of Social Justice to acknowledge the need to build a more just and inclusive world.
Pro Taste 14 February 2023
Winners of the 2022 ProVeg Food Innovation Challenge in the Asia-Pacific region announced
College and university students across the Asia-Pacific region took part in the ProVeg Food Innovation Challenge to further develop plant-based products.
Pro Taste 9 February 2023
Pulses can feed the world (they mostly already do)
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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.