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19 July 2019 | By New Food
Some interesting market insights have been uncovered by the global market intelligence agency Mintel, regarding our increasing preference for plant-based milk alternatives in the UK.
11 July 2019 | By Mandy Parrett (New Food)
The vegan cheese market is expected to continue its steady growth given the unabating trend of veganism fuelled by consumer awareness of its associated health benefits and animal welfare concerns.
10 July 2019 | By New Food Magazine
DSM and Avril will produce a unique protein based on non-genetically modified canola.
5 July 2019 | By New Food Magazine
Consumers are increasingly interested in meat-free produce options due to environmental and climate concerns.
26 June 2019 | By New Food Magazine
UK-based The Meatless Farm Co has expanded to the US as the meat alternatives market sees significant growth.
20 June 2019 | By New Food Magazine
New report shows that the pulse protein market will increase in terms of value by 2028 due to changes in consumer habits.
A report has identified that the plant-based meat market is estimated to account for a value of USD 12.1 billion in 2019 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 15.0 percent from 2019, to reach a value of USD 27.9 billion by 2025.
6 June 2019 | By New Food Magazine
Coeliac UK and Innovate UK have funding available for research and are inviting applications from UK businesses and researchers.
5 June 2019 | By New Food Magazine
New report shows environmental and health risks threaten the $230 billion aquaculture industry.
31 May 2019 | By New Food Magazine
The wheat protein market is expected to reach around US$ 2800 million by the end of 2019 in terms of value.
29 May 2019 | By New Food Magazine
The global market for rice protein surpassed US$ 108 million in 2018 according to a recent study.
22 May 2019 | By New Food Magazine
New research notes a lack of plant-based options of this popular lunch time food and makes clear the health and environmental impact.
14 May 2019 | By New Food Magazine
A campaign and petition has been launched by ProVeg International to challenge the EU's vegetarian 'burger' name ban.