Impossible Foods said it would cut the prices of its faux meat patties by 20% at U.S. grocery stores as it ramps up production with a larger plan to eventually undercut ground beef prices.
PepsiCo Inc and Beyond Meat Inc said on Tuesday they would form a joint venture to develop and sell snacks and beverages made from plant-based protein.
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South Carolina has passed a new law that keeps protein grown in a laboratory from stem cells as advertising as “meat.”
Competition is growing for meat from alternative sources.
Settlement discussions are under way over a lawsuit challenging a Missouri measure making it a misdemeanor crime to promote plant-based food products as “meat.”
Food startup Just Inc., re-branded from Hampton Creek, doesn’t think the alternative for meat is just in plants -- but in meat itself.
Burger King is starting a pilot project in 59 restaurants to start selling a plant-based Whopper and if successful the Impossible Whopper could be found in more than 7,000 locations nationwide.