Veggie Grill, the nation's leading destination for creative and craveable plant-based food is launching another innovative virtual concept, Vegan Bowls For All.
Beginning in 2020 and continuing through 2022, the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant effect on consumer habits. Packaged Facts' May 2022 National Online Consumer Survey indicated that 30% of consumers were still eating more fresh produce than they did pre-pandemic.
Plant-based meats will certainly continue to appeal to a niche market, and as such, they’re not going away. But their likelihood of future market expansion isn’t likely beyond a certain point.
WOWorks, the holding company of better-for-you restaurant brands, Saladworks, Frutta Bowls, Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh and The Simple Greek, is acquiring Barberitos Southwestern Grille and Cantina and Zoup! Eatery and fast-casual restaurant brands.
Numerous studies have identified plant-based eating—from full-on veganism to a casual reduction in meat consumption through plant-based substitutes—as gaining traction in 2020 and 2021.
My colleagues at producebluebook.com have often stressed that “plant-based” foods aren’t the same as fruits and vegetables and shouldn’t be seen as surrogates for them.
As the foodservice industry experiments and embraces plant-forward trends, fresh produce companies have a responsibility to make sure those plants are fruits and vegetables.
PlantX Life Inc. is pleased to announce its new partnership with plant-based professional athlete and Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields, as a PlantX Ambassador.
My inbox is overloaded with keyword news alerts. The amount of “plant based” news that has little to do with fruits and vegetables is astounding – and, frankly, kind of depressing sometimes.
PlantX Life Inc. is pleased to announce that it has entered into a collaboration with chef Anne Thornton to create exclusive meals inspired by Chef Thornton's famous Plant Reset program, a five-day, plant-powered, sustainable-living meal initiative.