Plant-based nutrition company introduces rich chocolate flavor to its Protein SuperFood line
September 25, 2017
Crafted with organic cocoa, Amazing Grass Chocolate Protein SuperFood contains a unique blend of USDA organic pea, hemp, chia and quinoa, delivering 20 grams of complete plant-based protein per serving.
Bolthouse Farms Plant Protein Milk is vegan, non-GMO and does not contain common allergens like dairy, nuts and soy, or intolerances like lactose and gluten
September 21, 2017
Refrigerated and non-dairy, Bolthouse Farms Plant Protein Milk contains 10 grams of pea protein per 8-ounce serving versus only one gram of protein in almond milk and has 50% more calcium than dairy milk.
Company enters plant-based protein market with a leading player in the US
September 8, 2017
The acquisition gives Nestlé immediate entry into the plant-based foods segment, which is growing by double digits and expected to become a $5 billion market by 2020. Sweet Earth’s portfolio spans all meal occasions, diversifying Nestlé’s offering beyond its existing category leadership in meals and snacks.
Company continues to increase plant-based menu offerings as part of Healthy for Life 20 By 20 commitment
September 5, 2017
Currently, as part of its Healthy for Life 20 By 20 commitment with the American Heart Association, 30% of the main dishes Aramark serves across its dining operations in Healthcare, Higher Education and Business Dining are vegan or vegetarian, and 10% feature whole grains as their main ingredient.
Allergy-friendly plant-based side dishes are available in four varieties
August 28, 2017
Millet Medleys are made with a blend of ancient grain millet, extra virgin olive oil, organic veggies and protein-rich pulses – just heat and serve for a plant-based side dish or meal ready in minutes.
Since soy milk's popularity skyrocketed in the late 1970s on the heels of the natural food channel's counter-culture health beverage trend, plant-based milks have become entrenched in mainstream supermarkets
August 17, 2017
Dairy alternatives marketers are grappling with regulations over using industry terms such as "milk" and "butter", discussed at length in Packaged Facts' free white paper piece, White Paper: Terminology Tempest in the Dairy Case, authored by Packaged Facts' research director, David Sprinkle.