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PigOut is made of mushrooms, and its creator worked at Beyond Meat and Just.
General Mills Claims to Sell a 'First of Its Kind' Product That Has Been Eaten by Native Americans for Hundreds of Years
Epic Provisions, owned by the food giant, took credit for creating a buffalo meat and dried fruit bar, but Native Americans have been eating it for hundreds of years. Another company also debuted a similar product years before.
Applegate's New Blend Burgers Are Targeted Toward 'Conscious Carnivores' Who Want to Eat More Plants
The new burgers are a mix of either beef or turkey and mushrooms.
The convincing egg replacement is made out of mung beans.
Tiesta Tea aims to simplify options for customers by explaining the function and flavor of each of its loose leaf tea packages.
This Former Software Entrepreneur Now Runs an Alkaline Water Company That's Expected to Bring in up to $9 Million This Year
Jose Fernandez entered a whole new industry with TEN Water after he thought he could improve on existing alkaline water brands.
Two companies have introduced their fish-free takes on the once-popular household staple.
'If You Created it, You Should Be the Best at Everything in Your Company,' Says the Co-Founder of Lenny & Larry's Complete Cookies
Barry Turner, who along with his co-founder created the protein category, has evolved from hustler to creative 'mad scientist.'
Keith Belling's RightRice, made of lentils, chickpeas and peas, will be available today nationwide on Amazon and at Whole Foods stores.
The iconic dessert restaurant will stretch its brand for the first time with packaged pints sold in 7-Eleven stores.
Amazon Accelerator allows the ecommerce company to offer exclusive products to customers, while outsourcing all the costs.
The co-founder and former CEO of Lily's Sweets decided the best thing for the company was to take a step back.
Iconic Protein's Billy Bosch hit a wall a few years after launching the brand, so he packed up and headed west.
The pop culture icon also shares tips for tidying your work space, the worst and best advice she ever received and her favorite app.
This 29-Year-Old Entrepreneur Discovered, Then Bought, a Small Jerky Brand in 2011. It Brought in $33 Million Last Year.
Eugene Kang, co-founder of Country Archer, discusses how he learned about his business and how his company is similar to Tesla.