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Thursday, December 9th, 2021

New Evidence Finds Most Shoppers “Most Likely Never to Visit” a Dedicated Vegan Supermarket Aisle

It truly is an exciting time to be part of the alternative protein industry, with last month seeing millions of dollars of investment in both the plant-based and cultured meat space, and Impossible Foods now having raised close to $2 billion since its founding in 2011. We also saw some exciting commercial collaborations with fermentation enabled alternative protein companies such as Perfect Day. Read on to find out more about these and other exciting developments.

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