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Old 06-15-2008, 03:48 PM
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Default New inspirations for vegetarian meat



Some of the most remarkable existing global brands of vegetarian meat
are listed at [Only registered users see links. ] , these
products could be a tasty inspiration for the global players in the
food-industry for new innovations, but with optimised price and
marketing.
The global food-crisis, ecological factors, animal welfare and human
health issues challenge us to find alternatives to animal products to
be able to feed people in the future.

The page covers tvp, tofu, seitan, tempeh and quorn-products, but also
products like “Meatless”, which can be used on its own or used to
improve
meat-products (health, price) and reduce the meat-content without
losing
texture, taste and mouthfeel of the product.

Success-criteria for new brands of vegetarian meat can be found at
[Only registered users see links. ]

Do you know of any activities of global players in the food-industry
regarding vegetarian meat?

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