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The Impossible Burger Has Been Officially Certified Kosher
Jews who keep kosher can finally sink their teeth into “bleeding” plant burgers.
The Impossible Burger Officially Cannot Be Stopped
The “bleeding” meat alternative now has $400 million in funding and a dedicated lobbyist in Washington.
The Beef Industry Has Begun Its Fight Against High-tech Meat Substitutes
“Beef” should really come from cows, argues one industry lobbying group.
Beyond Meat Is Rolling Out Vegan Sausages
Plant-based product that supposedly “looks, sizzles, and satisfies like pork.”
Beyond Meat Says It’s Tripling Production Capacity of Its Plant Burger
The ubiquitous “bleeding”-meat company just raised another $55 million.
Government Won’t Say Whether High-Tech Veggie Burgers Are Safe or Not
But they’re probably fine, right?
Hampton Creek Says It Will Start Selling Lab-Grown Meat in 2018
It says it’ll work faster and cheaper than its competitors.
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America’s Largest Meat Processor Just Invested in a Vegan Start-Up
Tyson now has a 5 percent stake in Beyond Meat.
Meat-Free Food May Soon Include Vegan Oysters
Hampton Creek stands to become a billion-dollar company with more than 600 products.
Beyond Meat Debuts Its First ‘Fresh’ Veggie Burger at Whole Foods
The plant burger that bleeds rolls out today in a Colorado store.