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Wall Street analysts estimate that the $14 billion plant-based "meat" market could grow to be roughly $140 billion over the next decade.
Experts say watch these 5 companies clamoring to join the plant-based ‘meat’ market dominated by Beyond Meat
Beyond Meat is not the only protein company investors should be watching. It will soon face serious competition from a handful of players.
Tyson Foods is taking on Beyond Meat with a new line of plant-based meat alternatives, including vegan nuggets launching later this year.
The 'Imposter Burger' is made from Quorn, coated in the Colonel's Original Recipe herbs and spices, with vegan mayo and lettuce, in a soft bun.
Plant-based ‘meat’ is conquering fast food. Here’s where you can get meat substitutes like the Beyond Burger and the Impossible Taco...
Plant-based burgers are coming into the mainstream. Here are the chains where you can buy the Beyond Burger and the Impossible Burger.
Gordon Ramsey, Wolfgang Puck and David Myers now use ‘meatless meat’ at their Singapore restaurants – and the company that makes it ...
Bread Street Kitchen restaurant plans to make the patty into a burger, dubbed "The Impossible BSK Burger".
The FDA has delayed its decision on the safety of heme, Impossible Burger's "magic" ingredient, until this month. Environmental activists have also taken issue with the burger because it is made using GMOs. But the science is clear: neither ingredient is unsafe to eat.
Silicon Valley’s favorite veggie burger is about to hit a wave of controversy — but scientists say it’s bogus
Heme — the magic spark that gives the Impossible Burger its meaty essence and even allows it to "bleed" like a beef burger — is under fire.
A revolutionary veggie burger that sizzles, bleeds, and tastes like real beef is coming to White Castle
White Castle has just introduced the Impossible Slider — a veggie burger that looks and tastes like real beef.
Food-tech startup Beyond Meat just launched three flavors of sausage that are meant to taste like the real thing. Here's the verdict.