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Livestock set to decrease amid growing awareness of its impact on climate

One of Europe’s largest meat suppliers, Vion, expects the number of pigs and c...

ProVeg increases impact by gaining permanent observer status at UNFCCC

Following an 18-month application process, we are happy to announce that ProVeg ...

New Food Conference 2020: re-thinking the food industry

Consumer demands for food are changing faster than ever, as our understanding of...

Latest UK ruling is a giant stride forward for the plant-based movement

ProVeg welcomes and supports today’s UK ruling that ethical veganism has been ...

‘Veggie burger ban’ has officially been halted in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands, Minister Bruins has stated in a letter to Parliament that ve...

Fresh startups at the ProVeg Incubator

Several pioneering plant- and cell-based food startups have recently joined ProV...

Tasting planet-friendly salmon

As an offshoot of the Cultured Meat Symposium 2019 held in San Francisco in mid-...

Bringing plant-based medicine into the mainstream

Last month in London, ProVeg UK hosted VegMed 2019, bringing insights from the w...

The future is plant-based

This World Vegan Day, we’re taking the opportunity to celebrate all things pla...

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