• As veganism reaches the mainstream, we’re seeing an unprecedented amount of vegan businesses go public. It’s not without good reason — more athletes, celebrities, and people like you and me are adopting a plant-based lifestyle for various reasons. It’s honestly no surprise, then, to learn that Impossible Foods Inc. — the maker of the Impossible Burger taking fast food and chain restaurants by storm — is preparing to go public with a valuation at around
  • Finding plant-based food alternatives used to be a difficult task. To be vegan meant not participating in family gatherings and dining out with friends or being possibly labeled as difficult. Those days are over, and it’s vegans who are having the last laugh. According to a Good Food Institute study released on April 6, 2021, plant-based foods have grown to a $7 billion market in the U.S. this past year, outpacing total food sales between
  • Black-owned plant-based meat brand Everything Legendary has landed a $300,000 investment after appearing on ABC’s Shark Tank. The company netted a deal with Mark Cuban who bought a 22 percent stake in the company. CEO Cheers cites the successful pitch to several factors such as its ‘natural ingredients that give great-tasting flavor’ and a ‘texture that promises to set a new standard for the plant-based meat market’.   Shark Tank In a statement sent to PBN,
  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry revealed they rescued chickens from a factory farm in the highly anticipated Oprah Winfrey interview.    The couple now resides in Montecito, California. They showed Winfrey their chicken coop, which features a plaque on the side of a hut that reads ‘Archie’s Chick Inn. Established 2021’.   “I just love rescuing,” Markle – who also adopted a pet dog back in 2018 from animal rescue organization A Dog’s Dream –
  • Big legal news! Minneapolis-based Vegan shop called ‘The Herbivorous Butcher’ is helping Vegan meat producers all over America.  In 2017, THB attempted to trademark the term ‘Vegan Butcher’ with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Unfortunately for them, their request was denied. However, major corporation Nestlé tried to follow in their footsteps just two years later in 2019. After acquiring the brand Sweet Earth Foods, Nestlé started producing deli slices with the phase ‘The