The protein department of the future is a world of opportunity. New evidence from The Kroger Co. and Heinen's bolsters the case for shelving plant-based meat products in the meat aisle.
Trends in alt protein
New GFI State of the Industry Reports show alternative proteins are poised to flourish post-Covid-19
Our latest Plant-Based and Cultivated Meat State of the Industry Reports show that, even with the vast economic and public health challenges Covid-19 presents, there are reasons to remain optimistic about the future of sustainable protein production.
GFI research grant recipient Dr. Ricardo San Martin and bright minds at the Alternative Meat Program at UC Berkeley are using plant-based oils to help plant-based meat manufacturers achieve the juiciness of legacy animal meat.
2020 is here, and with it comes a new year (and decade!) of opportunities for alternative proteins. What exciting developments should you expect to see this year? Our experts identified five key trends to watch.
Plant-based burgers get most of the attention today, but plant-based chicken is on track to be the next breakout category. When this happens, plant-based meat will reach new consumers and grab an even bigger share of the market. The resulting benefits will be tremendous.
To have a global impact on the food system, we need global partners. That's why GFI executive director Bruce Friedrich partnered with GFI-Brazil for a tour of Brazil's innovative plant-based and cultivated meat industry.
Plant-based products are a growing global trend, evolving from niche proteins to major center-of-plate contenders — and now they're poised to take over breakfast.
From Tyson and JBS to Cargill and Perdue, major meat companies and food manufacturers are investing in better forms of meat production.
The food system is global. Climate change is global. To spark an epic transformation, we need the full range of cultural, markets and scientific insights from around the world.
Nestlé's new PB triple play is more than just a new plant-based burger option—it's a sign that the plant-based market is bigger than burgers.