Heinz has recalled 2,400 pounds of Oscar Mayer meat. This occurred after the revelation that the meat was likely under processed and with equipment that wasn’t properly cleaned.
ADM Set Goal To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emission By 25% By 2035
Within the next year, ADM has set a goal use one million acre of land in regenerative agriculture with a goal to reduce green house gas emission by 25% by 2035.
Uber Eats Reach $10 Million Settlement With The City Of Chicago
Uber Eats settles The City of Chicago for excessive fees and for listing restaurants without consent. The company has agreed to pay the city $10 million.
Nestle Launch Plant-Based Pate
A plant-based pâté that has the taste and texture of traditional duck has been added to Nestlé company’s portofolio according to the company announcement.
Exportadora Copramar has voluntarily recalled 1260 cases of frozen raspberries. These berries are part of the James Farm brand and are being recalled for potential hepatitis A contamination.
About 10,500 units, of Green Sprout’s stainless-steel cups. This is due to a lead poisoning hazard
The laundry detergent company, The Laundress, is now recalling around eight million detergent and cleaning products due to the risk of harmful bacteria. Currently, there are 11 customers that have reported Pseudomonas infections, one of the several types of bacteria that the products may contain.
British plant-based food brand and a European provider of nutritional products, has grown a lot since its launching in 2017. 270 million meals have been sold by the company and due to recent contributions of 24 million dollars, the company now worth 560 million dollars plans to do more.
Igor brand Gorgonzola mild ripened blue-veined cheese has been recalled. This recall has taken place due to potential Listera contamination. No reported illnesses from this product have come about so far.
Grocer Lidl as now recalled its chocolate Advent calenders. This has been done due to potential salmonella contamination.
The dog food company, Purina, has now recalled some cans of Purina ONE True Instinct Tender Cuts in Gravy With Real Turkey & Venison. This has been done due to mislabeling, as some cans may hold a different product.
According to recent studies, the plant-based food industry is still doing well. Surveys have shown that 95% of consumers have increased or maintained their spending on plant-based foods this past year. 54% of these same individuals are making this increase for health reasons.
A new study shows that a healthy plant diet reduces an individual’s risk of colorectal cancer. The study involved over 170,000 participants. They followed up with these individuals after an avarage follow-up time of 19 years and found that the men who followed a healthy plant-based diet had lower rates of colorectal cancer than the control. Interestingly, the same results were not observed in women.