Can vegan meat replace conventional meat?

Posted by Priyanka Sharma on 16 Jan, 2020

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More & More Vegan Meat Start-Ups Need to Come Up

Posted by Priyanka Sharma on 17 Jan, 2020

Yes, it can. Availability is one major problem. If more vegan meat makers could make it to the market, the drift would eventually turn away from conventional meat.

Several vegan food start-ups across the globe have already begun. Here are some vegan meat makers championing the cause around the world.

  1. Beyond Meat - https://www.beyondmeat.com/
  2. Field Roast - https://fieldroast.com/
  3. Boca Burger - https://www.bocaburger.com/
  4. Sweetheart Foods - https://www.sweetearthfoods.com/
  5. Gardenin - https://www.gardein.com/
  6. Tofurky - https://tofurky.com/
  7. Yves Veggie - http://yvesveggie.com/en/
  8. Light Life - https://lightlife.com/
  9. BTB Foods - https://btbfoods.com/
  10. Morning Star Farm - https://www.morningstarfarms.com/

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3-D Food Printing Can Make It Possible

Posted by Priyanka Sharma on 16 Jan, 2020

Yes, indeed! With the advent of technology such as 3-D food printing, vegan meat has come out as a more sustainable and healthier alternative to conventional meat.

Companies like Novameat have come up with products like vegan steak made of pea, seaweed and beetroot juice. The end product has both the firmness and the fibrous textures of a conventional beef steak.

There has been a positive trend in the vegan food market which is a good news for vegans and more importantly for all the innocent animals victimized under the name of animal farming.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-7882467/Startup-reveals-plant-based-steak-consisting-peas-seaweed-3D-printer.html?utm_campaign=fullarticle&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=inshorts

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