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Famous Dutch apple crumble goes plant-based

Having a birthday just became a lot easier for vegans in the Netherlands. The Dutch department store, HEMA, recently updated and improved the recipe for their famous apple crumble. The company removed all animal-based…

Derek Sarno on Wicked Kitchen, Tesco and beyond

ProVeg’s Senior Market Research Specialist, Holly Doran, spoke to Derek Sarno, Chef-Director for Plant-Based Innovation at Tesco, about his work at Tesco, his widely successful brand Wicked Kitchen and other endeavours. You…

ProVeg’s New Food Conference: working together to change the way we eat

The world is ready to enter a new era of food. Experts from all over the world came together at the ProVeg New Food Conference last week to find out more about novel food solutions that will strongly reduce the…

Standout plant-based products at Biofach 2019

With 2989 exhibitors in 10 different halls, this year’s Biofach impressed more than 51,500 visitors from 143 countries. Once again, ProVeg was proud to be an official partner of the world’s leading trade fair for…

Veganism on the rise – what do the numbers say?

Euromonitor International is the world’s leading independent provider of strategic market research. Based on the analysis of strategic data and consumer behaviours around the world, Euromonitor International provides…

On a mission to create slaughter-free meat: Prof. Dr Mark Post on food grown from cells

The Dutch food technology company Mosa Meat created the world’s first hamburger without slaughtering an animal. By using cell-culture technologies, the company grows cow cells to produce real meat that is not only…

Designing and framing plant-based products to increase consumption

ProVeg’s Food Industry and Retail International team spoke to Armando Perez-Cueto, Associate Professor at the Department of Food Science at the University of Copenhagen, about developing a better understanding of…

MAX Burgers on how sustainable food concepts can be implemented in the corporate world

The fast-food chain MAX Burgers is the oldest burger chain in Sweden. In 2011, the family-run business was named one of the world’s 10 Most Innovative Companies in Food by Fast Company. The company garnered a great…

Expanding the search for plant-based proteins

For decades, soya has dominated the ingredients lists of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives. Has that changed in 2018? Well, not exactly. However, it would be hard not to notice the move away from trusty soya…

ProVeg’s New Food Conference: shaping the future of food

At a moment in time when we are facing rapidly increasing demand for animal products and our environmental footprint is at its largest, it’s time to rethink our definition of food. The New Food Conference will bring…

UN-award-winning-projects

Meet the winner of the United Nations climate action award

Building ‘Momentum for Change’ is what motivates people at ProVeg to do what they do. And now it has been officially acknowledged: selected from a pool of more than 560 submissions, the ProVeg projects, Plant-Powered…

ProVeg Ranking 2018: Vegan-friendly fast-food chains

How vegan-friendly are international fast food chains? We carried out some research on availability of plant-based options on the menus of the big players. The result: there are some positive attempts, but a lot…

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