Market for 'alternative meats' set to hit $5.2bn by 2020

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Products like the Impossible Burger from Impossible Foods are set to fuel major growth in the alternative protein market | Credit: Impossible Foods
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Products like the Impossible Burger from Impossible Foods are set to fuel major growth in the alternative protein market | Credit: Impossible Foods

Global shift towards plant-based eating set to drive huge market opportunity - but only a few food giants are ready to take advantage

The global market for meat substitutes is set to boom over the next few years, with new figures this week suggesting it is set to be worth $5.2bn by 2020. According to research published yesterday by...

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