These food giants are seizing the 'fake meat' opportunity

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The Beyond Burger is one of a new wave of alternative meat products changing the face of the industry | Credit: Beyond Meat
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The Beyond Burger is one of a new wave of alternative meat products changing the face of the industry | Credit: Beyond Meat

Investors worth $5.3tr report Unilever, Tesco, and Nestle are leading the pack when it comes to plant-based protein

Unilever, Nestle, M&S, and Tesco are among the firms best prepared to capitalise on the boom in plant-based 'meat' alternatives, according to analysis published today by an institutional investor network...

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