Eco conscious millennial consumers are reshaping demand for alternative sources of protein according to New Zealand’s largest manufacturer of vegetarian foods.
While the veggie patty is not going to totally replace lamb, chicken or beef as Aussie staples any time soon, the number of Australians identifying as a vegetarian is rising steadily.
Meal kit delivery company Marley Spoon has become the first service in the market to introduce vegan protein options to its menu.
With the dietary habits of Australians changing, the Alternative Meat Co. has unveiled a range of plant-based options comparable to meat.
Researchers at Macquarie University have found that men who eat more vegetables smell more appealing to women.
Globally, new opportunities are emerging for so-called flexitarians, who mainly eat a plant-based diet, but do occasionally eat meat.
In case you’ve forgotten the section on the food web from high school biology, here’s a quick refresher. Plants make up the base of every food chain of the food web (also called the food cycle). Plants use available sunlight to convert water from the soil and carbon dioxide from the air into glucose, which gives them … Continue reading Why it’s impossible to actually be a vegetarian
Bean Supreme has launched the second product in their wholefood ‘café range’ following the success of their Black Bean Beetroot Burger. Available in supermarkets from mid April, the Kumara Burger contains ancient grains (quinoa and buckwheat), kale, coconut, black eyed beans and the New Zealand kumara. The burger is a source of protein and fibre … Continue reading Bean Supreme launches vegetarian Kumara Burger
Frutarom Health BU offers a new approach to tackle iron deficiency in vegan and vegetarian diets.