Segunda-feira, 17 de janeiro
Se a Beyond Meat é o Napster do plant based, quem será o Spotify? – Pipeline Valor
Deterioração das ações da pioneira em hambúrguer de planta levantou dúvidas sobre o potencial da indústria de proteínas vegetais
Sexta-feira, 14 de janeiro de 2022
Plant Based desacelara e Beyond Meat atrai shorts – Brazil Journal
A Beyond Meat – uma das pioneiras das carnes plant-based – está se tornando um dos maiores alvos de short sellers no mercado americano.
Quinta-feira, 13 de janeiro de 2022
Short sellers tuck into Beyond Meat – Financial Times
Beyond Meat has become one of the most shorted companies on the US stock market as investors fret over weaker sales and scepticism grows over the plant-based meat boom.
Quarta-feira, 12 de Janeiro
Lidl promotes new “Hybrid meat” – Euromeat
Starting this month there will be new promotional goods at Lidl: the discounter is offering meat or sausage of German origin with a vegetable content of up to 40 percent for the first time.
Pizza Hut is launching Beyond Italian Sausage Crumbles across Canada – Euromeat
Pizza Hut and Beyond Meat, Inc. announced the launch of plant-based Beyond Italian Sausage Crumbles as a permanent offering at Pizza Hut Canada locations nationwide.
Terça-feira, 11 de Janeiro
What is a Super Culure? It is the Key to a Delicious Plant Based Future – Bloomberg
The 300-acre Brooklyn Navy Yard complex in New York City is home to a number of premium artisanal food and beverage businesses you’ve heard of, including whiskey producers Kings County Distillery and lox specialist Russ & Daughters. It’s also the headquarters for one you likely haven’t: Kingdom Supercultures, a company that’s using modern microbiology to update one of the world’s most ancient—and currently megatrendy—cooking methods, fermentation
FDA Weighs Approval of Lab-Grown Meat Sales in 2022 – Bloomberg
Near the end of last year, Upside Foods Inc. opened a meat processing plant like no other. Inside the $50 million facility, just outside Berkeley, Calif., workers cultivate small clumps of animal cells in large vats over two weeks, slowly growing them into chicken breasts and steaks. No animal is slaughtered at any point in the process—the flesh is manufactured. At 53,000 square feet, the factory is the largest ever dedicated to so-called cultivated meat; the company hopes consumers will be able to buy the meat it makes sometime in 2022.
Segunda-feira, 10 de Janeiro
Burger King to sell vegan nuggets in bid to go 50% meat-free – Euromeat
Burger King will sell vegan nuggets across the UK as part of a pledge to make its menu 50% meat-free by 2030.
Quarta-feira, 05 de Janeiro
KFC to launch Beyond Meat fried ‘chicken’ across United States – Reuters
Yum Brands Inc’s (YUM.N) KFC restaurants will start selling plant-based fried “chicken” from Beyond Meat Inc across the United States on Jan. 10 for a limited time, KFC said on Tuesday.
Terça-feira, 21 de dezembro de 2021
Big Meat will channel VW-Tesla in alt-protein war – Reuters
Elon Musk successfully forced Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) to embrace the electric vehicle big time. In 2022, Brazil’s $15 billion meat giant JBS (JBSS3.SA) and $31 billion U.S. rival Tyson Foods (TSN.N) could end up trailing Tesla’s (TSLA.O) alternative protein equivalents, Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. Yet just as VW aims to overtake Tesla’s production by 2025, there’s a way for incumbents to win.
Beyond Meat vai abrir centro de pesquisa em Xangai, na China – Valor
A americana Beyond Meat, que produz alimentos plant based, anunciou hoje (20/12) que finalizou o contrato de locação para instalar um novo centro de pesquisa e desenvolvimento em Xangai, na China. A unidade, que faz parte da estratégia de expansão global da companhia, é a primeira de P&D da Beyond Meat fora dos Estados Unidos.
Segunda-feira, 20 de dezembro de 2021
CP Foods develops plant-based meat – Euromeat
CP Foods makes a first step to the alternative protein market by signing a partnership with a US startup. Both companies will work to create plant-based meat that has the same taste and texture as real meat with the help of Lypid’s innovative “vegan fat”. Dr.Lalana Thiranusornkit, senior vice president for Food Innovation and New Product Development of CP Foods, announced a collaboration with Lypid, a San Francisco-based food-tech startup and the winner of the recent Asia-Pacific Agri-Food Innovation Summit in Singapore. Lypid is the inventor of “vegan fat”, a line of fats made of vegan oils that make the plant-based products taste like real meat.
Sexta-feira, 17 de dezembro de 2021
Why Bugs Must Be a Bigger Part of the Human Food Chain – Bloomberg
The European Union’s landmark decision last week to approve insects for human consumption was a victory for grubs and maggots — and people — the world over. The approval confers a kind of dignity to the lowly, protein-rich microbeasts that we foolishly dismiss as pests, and delivers a clear signal that the insect proteins industry is poised for significant growth. Above all, it paves the way for an alternative protein source that should play a critical role in feeding a hotter, more populous world.
Terça-feira, 07 de dezembro de 2021
“Fake meat” manufacturers face meat definitions Senate Inquiry – Beef Central
Manufactures of plant based “fake meats” have told a Senate Inquiry they fully support the need for clarity in labelling to prevent consumer confusion in the marketplace. But they have also defended the use of identifiers such as beef, pork and chicken on the labelling of their plant-based products, saying these are needed to ensure consumers understand their product.
Segunda-feira, 07 de dezembro de 2021
AG Barr bets on plant-based milk with majority stake in MOMA Foods – Reuters
British soft drinks maker A.G. Barr (BAG.L) said on Monday it bought a 60% stake in porridge and oat milk maker MOMA Foods as it forays into the fast-growing plant-based milk sector.
Sexta-feira, 03 de dezembro de 2021
Faux-Meat Burgers Made From Maggots and Mealworms – Bloomberg
Diners have increasingly warmed to the idea of burgers made from peas and coconut oil, crab cakes crafted from artichokes and kelp, and chicken nuggets formed with gluten and tapioca starch. Big food producers are betting they’ll soon welcome crickets, beetles, mealworms, and maggots to the mix as well.