A conversation with

Didier Toubia, founder and CEO of Aleph Farms

In a fractious time in society, Didier Toubia preaches a message of unity and teamwork across industry lines and points of view. That is, he has no interest in painting cultivated meat — his company's raison d'etre more...

The right tools make all the difference: A conversation with Christie Lagally, Rebellyous Foods

You can make good plant-based chicken nuggets on meat processing equipment — but not with the same economies of scale that allow major poultry processors to make the nuggets at a price attractive to foodservice customers more...

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By the numbers (infographic)

Dutch treat

Although the United Kingdom leads the way in Europe in consumption of plant-based meat substitutes, the most promising growth prospects are in The Netherlands and Germany, according to research by Innova Market Insights more...

Protein flies in a pandemic

The spread of the pandemic has shined a spotlight on chicken, in particular — not so much in volume and sales figures but in its flexibility and ease of preparation. Plant-based proteins, meanwhile — despite more...

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Legislation

Stretched thin

It’s a Rorschach test, of sorts, whether the supply continuity woes that have plagued Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods are an indication of the huge market hungry for their products, or a sign that these start-ups more...

Aisle be seeing you: Why retail placement is so important to plant-based substitutes

Beyond Meat and other plant-based substitutes have made placement in or near the fresh meat case a major part of their marketing message, so much so that Beyond Meat’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission more...

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Behind the news

Beyond Meat moves into pork

Beyond Meat has introduced a new product for the Chinese market trademarked as “Beyond Pork.” The product has about half the saturated and total fat as ground pork, provides 18.5 grams of protein per serving more...

Mosa Meat hits $75M with second closing of Series B

European food technology Mosa Meat, which in 2013 produced the first cultivated beef hamburger, announced an additional $20 million at the second closing of Series B funding, which raises the total for the round for $75 more...

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Editor’s Choice

Too many locusts, few for food (anymore)

Destructive swarms of locusts in Africa and the Middle East this year have destroyed millions of acres of crops and worsened hunger in particularly vulnerable regions of the world. So, if they ate the food, why not eat them? more...

Where will Beyond Meat be in 10 years?

Articles on sites like The Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha have to be taken with a grain of salt, as they are the writings and the opinions of just one person at any given time. That being said, though, Motley Fool contributor more...

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