Organic Plant Based Burger Patties, produced by Organics and competing with Beyond Meat; available for purchase in a Safeway store in San Francisco bay area
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Monday, September 5th, 2022

August Highlights from the plant-based and cultured-food sector: Seizure of plant-based meat in South Africa suspended

ProVeg South Africa won a reprieve in the Johannesburg High Court preventing the seizure of plant-based-meat products from retailers. Meanwhile, an increasing number of plant-based products are reaching price parity and cellular agriculture receives financial support in Norway. Read on for all this and more.

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