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Monday, January 17, 2022
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Violife tex mex cheese

Vegan NPD blitz

Vegan alternative brand Violife has been firing on all cylinders when it comes to NPD, with the launch of three new dairy-free cheese SKUs and an alternative cream product.

Kooky to inspire this Veganuary

Launching just in time for Veganuary, Kooky snacks reckons its exotic ingredients might tempt more consumers to get involved in the event.
Cheeky Ps chickpeas

Capitalising on new rules

The team behind high protein chickpea snack brand Cheeky P’s reckon it is on course for a strong 2022.

Big demand for dairy free

Dairy-free fever is spreading in the UK. Kantar data for the year to 5 September revealed 45% volume sales growth for dairy-free spreads, with the category now valued at £49.6m annually in the UK.
CCEP has researched plant packs.

Plant-based packs

COCA-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) has shared its vision of the future with its new plant-based bottle concept.

Slicing into the vegan category

VEGANS looking for a convenient hot snack with minimal fuss are catered to through the latest launch from Wall’s Pastry.

Alternative range rolls out

BEL UK has rolled out its first range of plant-based alternatives to cheese with the launch of Nurishh.
(left) NZN boss Simon Heppner.

Call to action at COP

URGENCY and action were the watchwords at Net Zero Now’s (NZN) Forget2050 COP26 fringe event, held at Drygate Brewery in Glasgow.

Springing into climate action

ENVIRONMENTAL campaigners have been shining a spotlight on bottled water brands for some time now, as consumers become increasingly aware of the impact of single-use plastic waste.
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Call to slash food emissions

WRAP has called for food and drink greenhouse gas emissions to be a key priority for COP26.
Tennent’s new cardboard outers represent a £7m investment in plastic reduction.

Agreement in time for COP

TENNENT’S has signed a Sustainable Growth Agreement with the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) in time for COP 26.
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Fareshare M to do

FARESHARE’s campaign to cut food waste in the UK has been picking up steam, after 53 MPs publicly backed its efforts in a letter to the Prime Minister.

Environmental cups for COP

GRAHAM’S, The Family Dairy has introduced new environmentally friendly packaging for its Skyr range.

Farmer’s call for action

CLIPPER Teas has pledged to support Fairtrade farmers ahead of COP26.
Baxters plant based range

Going big on plant based

Scottish soup brand Baxters has expanded its Plant Based range with the launch of three new flavours.
Mars Chocolate & Drinks vegan dairy free drinks

Dairy free is flying

The non-dairy drinks category is worth £29 million annually, according to Mars Chocolate Drinks & Treats (MCD&T).