Search Results for: vegan

3D printed vegan burgers for US colleges

Israel’s SavorEat (see here previously) has partnered US-French food company Sodexo, to launch its kosher, vegan, gluten-free, allergen-free 3D-printed burger patties in the US. A pilot will commence at US universities where Sodexo already operates. https://www.timesofisrael.com/israels-savoreat-to-launch-us-pilot-offering-3d-printed-plant-based-burgers/

Posted in Economy & Business | Leave a comment

More vegan eggs

Israel’s SavorEat (see here previously) has joined the list of Israeli startups producing egg alternatives (see here for others). Its new subsidiary company Egg’n’up says its proprietary plant-based ingredients retain the egg’s taste, texture, nutrition, appearance and culinary properties. https://jewishbusinessnews.com/2021/05/06/savoreat-establishes-eggnup-for-plant-based-egg-alternatives/

Posted in Science & Technology | Leave a comment

3D-printed vegan burger is too perfect

CTech was invited to Israel’s SavorEat (see here previously) to eat a freshly 3D-printed, auto-cooked plant-based burger. The verdict – great taste and technically perfect but lacking the personal touch of a “messy” hand-cooked burger.  Some things can be too … Continue reading

Posted in Science & Technology | Leave a comment

Vegan formula for US babies

Following its launch in Canada and India, the plant-based toddler formula from Israel’s Else Nutrition (reported here previously) is on its way to 30,000 retail stores across the USA.  The kosher, organic, gluten & soy-free, FDA-approved formula is made from … Continue reading

Posted in Economy & Business | Leave a comment

Vegan meat for Israel

Israeli meat distributor Best Meister is to distribute the plant-based meat alternatives of Israel’s Redefine Meat (reported here previously) to Israeli restaurants and high-end butchers in the first half of 2021. Trials of Redefine Meat products disguised as real meat, … Continue reading

Posted in Economy & Business | Leave a comment

Testing restaurant for vegan meat

Israel’s Supermeat (reported here previously) has opened a restaurant near its production factory in Ness Tziona, south of Tel Aviv. It is a testing kitchen for Supermeat’s lab-grown “cultured chicken”. Diners are not required to pay for their meal but … Continue reading

Posted in Science & Technology | Leave a comment

Why Israelis are leading the vegan revolution

Nov 1st is World Vegan Day and begins World Vegan Month, aimed at raising awareness of some of the unpalatable issues with meat / fish production and other animal-derived products. Latest statistics indicate that 5% of Israelis are vegan, 4% … Continue reading

Posted in Israel is Inclusive & Global | Leave a comment

Vegan eggs available in the US

Israel’s Zero Egg, developer of a vegan substitute for eggs (reported here previously), has now launched in the US to food service operators and manufacturers. Zero Egg contains soy, potato, pea, and chickpea, is low fat, has no cholesterol, and … Continue reading

Posted in Economy & Business | Leave a comment

The 3rd best country for vegans

Israel was third on Chef’s Pencil’s top countries for vegans in 2020 and the only Asian country listed. “Unique to this newly formed country is the mix of the traditional Mediterranean diet of the area and the strict dietary laws … Continue reading

Posted in Israel is Inclusive & Global | Leave a comment

Vegan toddler food is certified organic

The novel, plant-based complete nutrition product for toddlers from Israel’s Else Nutrition (reported here previously) has now received the key USDA Organic certification. The product will now be launched in the US and is also available from its new e-store. … Continue reading

Posted in Science & Technology | Leave a comment