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Thursday, November 4th, 2021

Eat Just’s alt-egg product heading to Europe, while cultured-food sector continues to grow

With the market for plant-based foods continuing to explode, and the cultured-food sector growing on a daily basis, the future of animal-free food has never looked brighter. Key developments this month include the regulatory approval of Eat Just’s pourable egg product, and the launch of Perfect Day’s cream cheese, made from cultured milk proteins. Read on to find out more about these and other exciting developments.

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