Australia’s Largest Meal Kit Brand Hello Fresh Partners With Fenn Foods

Home delivery meal-kit market leader Hello Fresh is expanding its vegan offerings in Australia by entering a new partnership with Fenn Foods. Australian plant-based producer Fenn Foods will be supplying vEEF®, its carbon neutral certified, plant-based mince.

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Celebrating After a Tough Year – The Financial Review

The hospitality industry has suffered many blows this year, so how will people from across the industry let their hair down for the festive season?

Fenn Foods CEO and Co-Founder Alejandro Cancino tells us what he will be doing for Christmas 2020.

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Fenn Foods to Launch Carbon-Neutral vEEF® – Inside FMCG

Queensland food business Fenn Foods is set to launch a first-of-its-kind carbon neutral plant based meat product in the coming months.

The plant based meat manufacturer is best known for its vEEF® products which are widely distributed across Australia through major supermarkets and restaurant chains.

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Go Plant-Based with vEEF® Vegan Meat – epicure Asia

Created by award-winning Australian Chef Alejandro Cancino, find the preservative-free patties at gourmet food store Ryan’s Grocery.

Hardly referred to as mock meat or imitation meat these days, meat substitutes have come a long way. And now joining the list of vegan meat alternatives such as Impossible Foods, Beyond Meat and even OmniMeat is vEEF®, with its Original Vegan Burger Patties in Smoky BBQ that has just debuted in Singapore, thanks to gourmet food store Ryan’s Grocery.

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Why This Plant-Based Beef is a World First – Courier Mail

Queensland celebrity chef and pioneer of plant-based products Alejandro Cancino is set to launch the world’s first carbon-neutral vegan beef.

The former fine dining chef and owner of Fenn Foods, which produces the hugely popular vegan beef substitute vEEF®, has committed to offsetting all carbon emissions produced during the making of a new 500g pea-protein-based meat, which he plans to sell through supermarkets.

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