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Eat Just Debuts Plant-Based Egg Jianbing With Street Vendors Across Shanghai

4 Mins Read Eat Just is rolling out a new Shanghai guide showcasing street vendors across the city who are serving 100% vegan versions of jianbing, the most popular street-style breakfast foods in China, made with the food tech’s famous plant-based JUST Egg. It marks the second campaign launched by the startup’s Future Food Studio in Shanghai, the […]

Eat Just Has Sold The Vegan Equivalent Of 100 Million Eggs

3 Mins Read Eat JUST, the food tech that launched the plant-based egg JUST, recently announced that in just three years of the vegan egg’s launch, the company has sold over 100 million eggs, showing the increasing support and demand of alternative protein among consumers. The news comes shortly after the company raised an eye-raising US$200 million in […]

Eat Just To Launch New Plant-Based Egg Sous Vide Bites

4 Mins Read Eat Just, the food tech that pioneered the plant-based egg and won the race to nab the world’s first regulatory approval for cultured meat, has announced that it will be debuting a new plant-based egg product. Called JUST Egg Sous Vide, the new vegan-friendly egg alternative was developed and manufactured in partnership with American sous […]

Eat Just Makes First-Ever Commercial Sale Of Cultured Meat In Singapore

4 Mins Read Shortly after winning the race to become the first to gain regulatory approval for cultured meat in Singapore, Eat Just has announced that it has now made the world’s first-ever commercial sale of cell-based meat for human consumption to a restaurant in Singapore. The restaurant, 1880, will be launching Eat Just’s cultivated chicken on Saturday […]

Impossible Foods Founder Says Cell-Based Is ‘Never Going To Be A Thing’, JUST CEO Counters With ‘North Of 15 Years’ Timeline

3 Mins Read At the recent Smart Kitchen Summit (SKS) held virtually this year and hosted by food tech news The Spoon, the founders of two of the world’s most recognisable alternative protein startups didn’t hold back in a showcase of their difference of opinions when it came to the future of cell-based meat. While Impossible Foods founder […]