Unilever teams up with plant-based protein start-up Enough to expand vegan food range

Cecilia Keating
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Partnership supports consumer goods giant's goal to sell €1bn-worth of plant-based foods and dairy alternatives annually

Unilever has announced a partnership with Scottish food tech start-up Enough in a bid to expand its range of plant-based food products, with the consumer goods giant eyeing growing demand for meat alternatives...

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