Planterra Foods Reveals First-of-its-Kind Plant-Based Chicken Cutlet

November 26, 2021 Planterra Foods 

Colorado-basedPlanterra Foods is expanding its line of plant-based proteins to help consumers eat their best with the first True Bite™ Plant-Based Chicken Cutlet on the market from brand OZO™, as well as their new Plant-Based Chicken Shreds. What makes True Bite™ Chicken Cutlet and Shreds unlike anything else on the market is the flavor and texture, which is comparable to that of real, whole muscle chicken. These first-of-its-kind vegan and plant-based protein options will hit grocery store shelves nationwide in early 2022 and can be found in the fresh meat aisle.

Redefine Meat Commercially Launches World’s First Whole Cuts of New-Meat with Endorsement of Europe’s Leading Chefs

November 26, 2021 Redefine Meat

Marking a major milestone for the food industry, New-Meat™ pioneer Redefine Meat™ today announced the launch of the first ever category of plant-based whole cuts that achieve a level of product quality comparable to high-quality animal meat. Initially available within select restaurants in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and Israel, this marks the first time that high-end restaurants will offer plant-based whole cuts as part of their menus.

USDA Invests $32 Million to Strengthen U.S. Food Supply Chain; Solidifies Commitment to Helping the Meat and Poultry Sector Recover from the Pandemic

November 24, 2021 USDA

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the investment of $32 million in grants awarded to 167 meat and poultry slaughter and processing facilities to support expanded capacity and efficiency through the Meat and Poultry Inspection Readiness Grant (MPIRG) program.

Rabobank: Leadership Key for Global Meat Industry to Meet Challenges in 2022

November 24, 2021 Rabobank

Global meat producers face a leadership test as the disruptions affecting food markets pose challenges but also bring opportunities to drive long-term growth, according to research from Rabobank.

Maple Leaf Foods Will Complete Conversion of All Company Sow Barns to Advanced Open Housing System in 2021

November 23, 2021 Maple Leaf Foods Inc.

Maple Leaf Foods announced that by the end of 2021, it will complete transitioning all breeding sows in company-owned barns to its unique, industry-leading Advanced Open Sow Housing System. This world-class system provides optimized, open housing during pregnancy that allows sows to roam, rest, feed and socialize freely.