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Edinburgh’s First Dedicated Vegan Grocery Store to Open This Summer

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On August 1, dedicated vegan grocery store Easter Greens will open its doors in Edinburgh, Scotland. The store will sell grocery items such as fruit, vegetables, and vegan meats, cheeses, snacks, and toiletries. Owner Alasdair Corbett confirmed news of the store opening…

$1.1 Million Initiative Brings Vegan Food to 72,000 Students in Ireland

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Starting in September, students at Ireland’s elementary schools will have the option of a vegan meal as part of a new pilot project that aims to provide daily hot meals to students. The Hot School Meals Scheme Project will provide funding for…

Sweden’s Top Fast-Food Chain Develops Its Own Vegan Beef

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Swedish fast-food chain Max Burgers recently launched its own vegan beef option at its 135 locations across Scandinavia. The chain’s head chef Jonas Mårtensson developed the product, called “Delifresh Plant Beef,” over the course of three years. “We started the search for…

Vegan Smoothie Vending Machines Debut in California

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Robotic vending machines that offer fresh vegan smoothies and cold-pressed juices recently launched in California. JuiceBot uses first-of-its-kind technology to make and serve 100-percent raw organic juice and smoothies with the push of a button. Founders Kamal Mohamed, Eric Ploeger, and LJ…

President’s Choice Launches Vegan Product Line Across Canada 

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President’s Choice—a private label owned by Canada’s largest food retailer Loblaws—recently debuted a new line of vegan products across the country. The plant-based line includes products such as an Original Cheesecake-Style Dessert made of lima beans, oats, and coconut oil with a…

Aussie Equivalent of Burger King Invests $1 Million to Develop Vegan Whopper

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Australian fast-food chain Hungry Jack’s—a franchise brand of the Burger King Corporation—recently invested $1 million into the development of a new plant-based burger patty. The new patty will be featured in a vegan version of the chain’s iconic Whopper menu item and…