Plant-based v2food secures €45m funding boost in support of global expansion plans

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Alternative meats market continues to sizzle with Australian brand completing latest high profile investment round

Australian alternative protein firm v2food has raised €45m in a round of investment aimed at bringing the company's plant-based 'meat' products to Europe and Asia. The company produces a range of...

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