The nuggets, tested through a partnership with Cargill, include high-quality protein such as soy, wheat, and special pea
April 28, 2020
Kentucky Fried Chicken ("KFC") China, operated by Yum China Holdings, Inc., became one of the first national Western QSR (quick service restaurant) brands to introduce a plant-based meat product to China. For a limited test period between April 28-30, KFC Plant-Based Chicken Nuggets will debut at three participating stores in three Tier 1 cities across China.
Impossible Pork is a gluten-free, plant-based ground meat that can be used in any recipe that calls for ground pork from pigs
January 9, 2020
This week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, Impossible Foods is serving up Impossible Pork Made from Plants and Impossible Sausage Made from Plants -- the startup’s first all-new products since the blockbuster Impossible Burger debuted in 2016.
Rastelli Foods will bring Moving Mountains Hot Dogs, Bratwurst-Style Sausages, Burgers, and Italian-Spiced Meatballs to restaurants and foodservice distributors
November 19, 2019
Moving Mountains’ plant-powered meat requires less land, less water, and produces less greenhouse emissions than animal protein. It looks, smells, and tastes as indulgent as traditional meat, so it can be enjoyed guilt-free.
Manufacturers must address areas of taste, texture and variety to satisfy growing interest in plant-based foods
March 25, 2019
“People are motivated to alter their diets to include more plant-based foods because they believe it will enhance their overall wellness, provide specific health benefits and help the environment,” says Mark Cornthwaite, marketing manager, DuPont Nutrition & Health.
New ground beef alternative is made with a blend of pea, mung bean, and rice proteins
March 7, 2019
Looking to take a bite out of the multi-trillion-dollar meat industry, Beyond Beef aims to replicate ground beef, the largest segment in the beef category. The area is ripe for innovation with nearly 70% of consumers reducing their meat intake, with a particular focus on red and processed meat.
The new Impossible Burger has as much bioavailable iron and protein as a comparable serving of ground beef from cows
January 9, 2019
Impossible Foods launched its next-generation Impossible Burger at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) -- the first food ever showcased at the show, which features breakthrough technologies from connected homes to autonomous cars.
Check out the May 2020 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on sweetener blends and sugar reduction, the increasing reliance on natural gums and fibers, new fruit and vegetable offerings, and much more.