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From paw-print cuff bracelets to hand-painted avocado earrings, these lady-boss brands are committed to sharing the vegan love in their designs—and we love them for it.
Souley Vegan’s Tamearra Dyson and The Veggie’s Adyre Mason face off on the first ever vegan episode of Food Network’s Beat Bobby Flay.
New accessories brand Veganologie offers vegan leather handbags, wallets, and card holders made from fully recycled materials, right down to the zinc alloy hardware.
MycoWorks is investing $107 million to build its first full-scale mushroom leather production plant in South Carolina, where it will create 400 new jobs.
To date, UK-based brand VFC, co-founded in 2020 by Veganuary’s Matthew Glover, has raised more than $14 million to fund its mission of replacing chickens in the food system with vegan alternatives.
Startup Atlast partners with Whitecrest Mushrooms to grow 3 million pounds of vegan mushroom bacon on less than one acre of land.
Israel-based Plantish is challenging the $50 billion salmon industry with the world’s first whole-cut vegan filet that delivers the same taste, texture, and nutrition without harming a single fish.
Good Catch’s new first-to-market vegan salmon burgers offer consumers an alternative to the most-consumed fish in the United States.
Olympian Miles Chamley-Watson is known for disrupting the status quo in his sport of fencing and his new partnership with Daring Foods aims to topple the broken chicken industry with realistic vegan chicken.
From new vegan Babybel cheeses to Starbucks UK dropping its vegan milk upcharge, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news.
In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, VegNews spoke with local entrepreneur Laura Jardon to get the scoop on how she’s bringing veganism to her small town.
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Motif FoodWorks heme-binding protein is created using precision technology and used to give plant-based meats the flavor and aroma of traditional meat products.
Chile’s The Not Company uses “Giuseppe”—its patented artificial intelligence technology platform—to create vegan chicken that tastes just like the real thing.
Future Meat Technologies’ historic $347 million Series B round shows that meat giants like Tyson are continuing to support the growth of cultured meat.
Budweiser’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch InBev, is working to develop alternative protein sources using the grains leftover from the beer-making process.
Popular fashion brands Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger have partnered with vegan mushroom leather company Ecovative to bring plastic- and animal-free materials to the fashion world.
Amy’s Drive-Thru—where anything from burgers to milkshakes can be ordered vegan—is embarking on a massive expansion that will see 25 to 30 locations of the vegetarian drive-thru by 2027.
In the coming months, Coolhaus will become the first ice cream brand to fully transition to animal-free dairy using Perfect Day’s animal-free whey.
Toronto cheese master Afrim Pristine co-founded Future of Cheese, a vegan cheese brand that just launched (and promptly sold out of) its plant-based version of traditionally ripened brie.
Berlin-based Perfeggt’s new vegan liquid egg formulated with fava beans and other plant proteins will launch in early 2022.
Newcomer Joyride—a pizzeria from the owners of Samovar—is redefining Detroit-style pizzas in San Francisco with new plant-based pies topped with Beyond Sausage, Violife cheese, spicy meatless pepperoni, and vegan chicken.
Longtime executives from meat giant Tyson Foods are joining vegan brand Beyond Meat in a move that proves that the plant-based meat shift isn’t just limited to dinner plates.
Beloved vegan brand Matt + Nat is making its handbags even more sustainable, starting with its Studio 901 collection, made from the waste recovered from the apple juice industry.
Impossible Cheeseburgers dethrone spicy chicken sandwiches as the top order of 2021 on Grubhub, where the popularity of meatless burgers is up by 442 percent.
Former CEO David Hoffmann got the Beyond Sausage Breakfast Sandwich on the menu at Dunkin’. Now, he’s betting that vegan bacon brand Hooray Foods will reach thousands of quick-service restaurants.
“I think it’s going to revolutionize our world,” Chef Marco Pierre White—Britain’s first three-starred Michelin chef—says about Redefine Meat’s whole-cut vegan lamb and beef.
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