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October highlights from the plant-based sector: ‘Veggie Burger Ban’ rejected and more

As plant-based eating continues to enter the mainstream, the EU’s proposed ‘Veggie Burger Ban’ was rejected by MEPS in a recent vote. Find out more below, along with all the latest news from this rapidly growing sector.


Do you want to get the latest insights into the plant-based sector but don’t have time to read all the important B2B-Magazines? ProVeg compiles the latest news from key publications, ensuring that you never miss out on the most important news. Below, we take a look at the biggest developments from the month of October.

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