Alternative proteins

Does the future of sustainable eating lie in plant-meat blends?

Does the future of sustainable eating lie in plant-meat blends?

Could be the future of sustainable eating be plant and meat protein blends? We put the question to three experts at this year's IFT.  "There’s an untapped market there," says one R&D scientist at DuPont Nutrition & Health.

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Silkworm flour: Where sustainable food meets fashion

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No meat and less salt: Salt of the Earth’s Mediterranean Umami is changing the meat alternative space

“Without such adaptations, consumers will not have access to the information they need to properly and safely use sport foods”, said the trade associations Specialised Nutrition Europe (SNE), EU Specialty Food Ingredients, the European Vegetable Protein Association (EUVEPRO) and Food Supplements Europe (FSE). ©iStock/

Industry calls for EU sport food clarification to shore up safety concerns

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Sugar-free quinoa breakfast cereal finds success as creative consumers blur categories

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Eight companies chosen for PepsiCo Nutrition Greenhouse

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Vegan-friendly eggs? Just add water, say New Food

Powerful protein: Edible insects packing a punch

Powerful protein: Edible insects packing a punch

'Oat is a unique cereal due to its relatively high protein content and distinct protein composition compared to other cereals,' write the authors.  © iStock/Skorpion1

Enzymes key to improving plant-protein stability, study finds

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Roquette to invest €40m in French pea protein plant

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