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A Cup Of Ambition: Coffee Products Pour Into the Plant-Based Sector
As dairy gives way to other, plant-based milk alternatives, coffee and coffee-related brands innovate and adapt.
Plant-Based in a Pinch: The Frozen Food Aisle Is Turning Vegan, Organic, and Nutritious
Cheap, nutritionally lacking foods aren't the only options in the freezer section anymore.
Jermaine Dupri Talks New Role With The Beet and a Lifetime of Entrepreneurial Inspirations
The legendary hip-hop producer, mogul and dedicated vegan's new role as creative advisor for the plant-based-lifestyle platform is just the latest stop on his evolving journey.
Plant-Based Eating Isn't Just Salads And Beans. The Vegan Dessert Market Continues To Grow.
As consumer interest in plant-based eating continues to snowball, major brands and new names alike expand their dessert offerings.
How Plant-Based Brands Are Infiltrating the Beverage Industry
Drink your veggies – and your fruits, herbs and nuts! Wellness-focused plant-based beverage companies are exploring new avenues.
Is Vegan Protein Powder the Next Big Wellness Business?
It's a growing market – and it's not just for bodybuilders
Plant-Based Jerky Is the Sustainable Snack of the Future
Beef and turkey are no longer the only booming options on the shelf.
Sales of Plant-Based Foods Grew 11 Percent in the Past Year
More than one in 10 milk purchases go to plant-based alternatives, while plant-based meats are still surging.
Keto, Plant-Based or Gluten-Free? Supermarket Chain Introduces Shelf Label System to Make It Easier to Shop by Dietary Restrictions.
Raley's of Northern California has greatly expanded its system of icons that it says will take the guesswork out of food shopping.
This Plant-Based Food Startup Just Launched an Ice Cream You'll Probably Never Try, But That's Not the Point
Perfect Day isn't trying to become the next big ice cream brand.
Arby's Is Unknowingly Trolling Many of its Own Customers With Its 'Carrot' Made of Meat
The company's executives may be laughing at their marketing team's latest publicity stunt, but with the plant-based meat market projected to be worth $27.9 billion by 2025, the joke is entirely on them.