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[Vegan Foods] 50-Year-Old Meat Company Goes Vegan – Revenue Soars 70% Amid COVID-19

  50-year-old meat company NOBLE Jerky has gone vegan and witnessed its profits soar amid COVID-19 . The brand shifted away from animal products three years ago to create more sustainable plant-based jerky and other vegan products. It closed 2020 with a staggering 70 percent increase in revenue compared to the previous year. Stefan Urbani is the Co-Founder of NOBLE Jerky . In a statement sent to PBN, he said the brand realized raising animals for food production wasn’t sustainable. “We took our three generations of meat drying technical knowledge, along with new developments in plant-based proteins, to deliver people the ultimate sustainable plant-based protein that tastes just like a top-quality beef-jerky,” Urbani added. Continue...

[Business] Jeff Bezos-Backed Vegan Brand Makes ‘World’s Most Innovative Companies’ List

  NotCo creates plant-based meat, milk, and mayonnaise, using AI to 'optimize flavor and texture'. NotCo – backed by billionaire Jeff Bezos – has featured in Fast Company‘s list of the world’s most innovative companies. The Chilean food company creates plant-based substitutes of milk, meat, and mayonnaise using AI to ‘optimize flavor and texture’. Fast Company also crowned NotCO the most innovative Latin American company of 2021 for bringing its plant-based products ‘to the masses’. Other brands featured include Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech, for creating COVID-19 vaccines; Netflix, and Microsoft. Continue...

[Fast Foods] Burger King Debuts Impossible Whopper In Canada Following Roaring Success Of US Launch

  The Impossible Whopper was described as one of the most successful product launches in Burger King's history.. . Burger King is debuting its Impossible Whopper burger in Canada, following the roaring success of its US launch. The fast-food chain has already begun serving the Impossible patty in select restaurants in Ontario. Next month, it will roll the meat-free sandwich out to all of its outlets across the country. ‘Just as juicy as the classic Whopper’ Matt Wright is a General Manager at Burger King Canada . In an online statement, he said: “The Whopper is an icon, and we know how much our guests love its unique, flame-grilled taste. “But, we also know those guests – and really, all Canadians – are always looking for more choice, and are increasingly interested in options without beef. Continue...

[Recipes] Healthy Desserts For Weight-Loss | Vegan, Plant Based

  Today I am FINALLY sharing some of my favorite HEALTHY DESSERTS FOR WEIGHT LOSS! These vegan and plant based desserts are some that I enjoy from time to time when fruit just isn't doing it for me. Although, I don't just eat these "snacks" freely...I do have a little bit of a strategy to enjoying healthy desserts for weight loss so make sure to watch the entire video to check it out for yourself. #veganweightloss   #healthydessert   #plantbased

[Recipes] Everything I Eat in a Week (vegan living alone)

  It‘s time for another full length “what I eat in a week” - featuring lots of fun, tasty, pretty healthy and easy to recreate vegan recipes: Nutella & Oat Cookies, Lentil & Quinoa Burgers, Classic Spaghetti, Berry Avocado Breakfast Bowl ... to just name a few :) Hope you enjoy!

[Recipe] How to Make Vegan Oatmeal Banana Bread: An Easy Vegan Recipe

This oatmeal banana bread is easy to make and is a creative activity for children. Mashing bananas with a fork until smooth is oddly satisfying and you can show your child that plant-based alternatives like almond milk and dairy-free butter work and taste just as good, if not better than the real thing.  The first step is simply preheating the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit, then follow three easy instructions to mix the ingredients and add them to a loaf baking pan. The process will only take you five minutes then you will let your bread bake for 35 minutes as your kitchen fills with a warm, delicious scent.  Once the time is up, use a toothpick to test whether the middle of the bread is cooked through. If you want to add an optional dairy-free glaze then blend together vegan cream cheese and sugar for a cream cheese frosting. Continue

[Food Science] Women In Food Tech: 3 Scientists Pioneering the Future of Food

  Women have long been pioneers in the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. In December 1903, physicist and chemist Marie Curie became the first woman in history to earn a Nobel Prize, for her breakthrough research in radioactivity. Augusta Ada King, the daughter of poet Lord Byron and better known as Ada Lovelace, is referred to as “the first computer programmer.”  The British mathematician’s translation and personal notes on Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine—a prototype for a mechanical computer—inspired Alan Turing’s work on the first modern computer in the 1940s and made her a figurehead for women in technology. West Virginia-born mathematician Katherine G. Johnson’s work was critical to the first U.S.-crewed spaceflights and has been recognized as one of the first African-American women to work for NASA. These are just a few examples; women have long been pioneers in the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). But, there’s still

[Video] IBS Diet for Vegans: Easy Recipes to Try

  On this episode of LIVEKINDLY With Me, Ri Turner shares her journey living with IBS, also known as irritable bowel syndrome. Plus, she shares a few of her favorite vegan recipes. “I was diagnosed with IBS about seven years ago,” Turner explains. “I’ve had this condition all of my life, but like I said, up until seven years ago I didn’t know what it was. I didn’t know what was wrong with me” ''It’s just so mindblowing to me how a simple lifestyle change can improve my digestive system, my health, and just my overall wellbeing.'' Before she went vegan, Turner says her diet was incredibly restrictive. “There were so many trigger foods, such as broccoli, cauliflower, tomato-based foods,” she says. “But once I did get the diagnosis, I actually cut out dairy. That was a huge relief for me.”