Plant-based bonanza: Unilever sets €1bn sales target for meat and dairy alternatives

Cecilia Keating
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Unilever acquired Dutch-based plant-based meat brand The Vegetarian Butcher in late 2018 | Credit: The Vegetarian Butcher
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Unilever acquired Dutch-based plant-based meat brand The Vegetarian Butcher in late 2018 | Credit: The Vegetarian Butcher

Consumer goods giant launches 'Future Foods' initiative, geared at meeting the growing global appetite for sustainable food products

Unilever has announced plans to dramatically increase sales of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives over the next seven years, as part of a new sustainability programme designed to shrink the environmental...

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