France to ban use of meat terms to describe plant-based products

france ban meat substitutes

Despite the fact that terms like ‘milk’ have been using to describe plant-based products such as almond milk as far back as Medieval times, French MPs have voted to ban producers of vegetarian meat substitutes from using words such as steak, bacon or sausage to describe their products if they are not partly or wholly composed of meat. The More...

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vegan cauliflower-based pizza
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Friday, April 20th, 2018
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A vegan and gluten-free cauliflower-based pizza is launching in supermarkets nationwide

No Dough Pizza Co. is proud to announce the launch of its cauliflower-based, gluten-free pizza, available in supermarket stores nationwide. On the mission to strike the perfect balance between delicious and healthy, No More...

Discover the world's first international vegan documentary series
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
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Discover the world’s first international vegan documentary series

Vegan Round the World: The Series is a 5-part documentary series covering the rise of the vegan movement from a global perspective, sharing the stories of real vegans and how they came to live a vegan life. The More...

vegan crosstown
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
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Crosstown Doughnuts opens all-vegan doughnut store in Marylebone

Crosstown Doughnuts has launched its first fully vegan doughnut & coffee bar in Marylebone, Vegan Crosstown, dedicated to serving fresh vegan sourdough doughnuts, speciality coffee and a selection of other vegan More...

Meat alternatives market
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Monday, April 16th, 2018
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Global meat alternatives market predicted to reach $5.2bn by 2020

Allied Market Research predicts that the global meat alternative market will reach $5.2bn by 2020, an estimated 8.4% growth from 2015, with Europe accounting for 39% of that spend. Whilst the meat-free is still More...

pret a manger vegan cookie
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Friday, April 13th, 2018
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Pret A Manger adds new vegan options to its Spring menu

Pret A Manger is adding tasty new vegan options to its Spring menu, including its first-ever vegan cookie. High-street coffee shop Pret, which is well-known for its wide range of vegan-friendly grab-and-go lunch More...

vegan diner camden
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Wednesday, April 11th, 2018
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An all-vegan diner with a mouth-watering menu has opened in Camden Market

A 100% vegan diner has opened in Camden Market this month, and they’re serving up a mouth-watering menu of American comfort food specials.  A brand new 100% vegan diner has opened in North Yard in Camden More...

waitrose coffee cups
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Tuesday, April 10th, 2018
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Waitrose to stop using disposable coffee cups in stores

Waitrose is to stop using disposable coffee cups in a move the supermarket says will save 52 million cups a year. UK supermarket Waitrose has announced plans to remove all disposable coffee cups from its shops More...

iceland remove palm oil
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Tuesday, April 10th, 2018
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Iceland becomes the UK’s first supermarket to commit to removing palm oil from its own label products

Iceland has just announced its commitment to remove palm oil from its own label products, making it the UK’s first supermarket to do so.  UK supermarket Iceland has pledged to remove palm oil from its own More...

vegan junk food
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Monday, April 9th, 2018
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Join us for our brand new Vegan Junk Food class!

A cookery class to satisfy all of your juicy, vegetable-laden vegan junk food cravings. This is the perfect class for people wanting to learn how to cook and create the dirtiest, most delicious vegan junk food of More...