As industry grapples with financial volatility throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, alternative proteins are gaining ground in the Asian market amid an influx of investment in the plant-based and cellular agriculture spaces.
Novozymes has launched two new enzymes that enable food manufacturers to produce meat alternatives with less salt and a clean label. The launch comes amid increasing consumer demand for low-salt, savory products based on natural and recognizable ingredients.
France has adopted a new act to restrict permissible terms used on plant-based food labels. The law mandates that names used to indicate foodstuffs of animal origin shall not be used to describe, market or promote foodstuffs containing vegetable proteins.
Specialist in stabilizing and texturing systems, Hydrosol, has teamed up with raw materials supplier All Organic Treasures (AOT) to offer customers in the plant-based meat alternative space a wider range of products with individualized and exclusive solutions.
Kellogg has revealed that it is delaying its Incogmeato brand launch in light of the coronavirus outbreak. CEO Steven Cahillane flags that given the current situation, the company remains focused on supplying the market with food.