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Friday, April 8th, 2022

March highlights from the plant-based and cultured-food sector: investment in the alt-protein sector continues to accelerate.

As the demand for plant-based and cultured foods increases, investment in the sector is continuing to accelerate. From the food-service giant that is trialling an entirely plant-based restaurant to Leonardo DiCaprio investing in a cultured-salmon startup, everyone wants a piece of the alt-food action.

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FOOD MANUFACTURERS

INGREDIENTS SUPPLIERS/NEW TECHNOLOGIES

ONES TO WATCH OUT FOR

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STAKEHOLDER INTERVENTIONS

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