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French Plant Based Restaurant ONA Awarded Michelin Star

ONA Becomes The First Plant-Based Restaurant In France To Recieve The Prestigious Award   Plant-Based Restaurant ONA, which stands for Origine Non-Animale (or Animal-Free Origin), was awarded a Michelin Star on the 18th of January, making it the...

Research: Half Of Irish Vegans Will Only Date Other Vegans

Vegansexual: A Vegan Who Will Only Date Other Vegans Vegan dating and plant-based romances can be complicated. New research carried out by Subway Uk & Ireland showed that 52% of the Irish vegan population surveyed identify as Vegansexual: A vegan...

IKEA Adds Further Plant Based Products To Menu

The Swedish Furniture Giant Has Added More Plant-Based Options To Further Expand Its Vegan Menu Offerings For Veganuary And Beyond IKEA is widening its plant-based and vegan options for customers who visit their in-store cafeterias, a spokesperson fo...

Ireland’s Largest Sausage Producer Announces Plant Based Product “Revolution”

Finnebrogue Announces Plant-Based Product “Revolution” Finnebrogue, Ireland’s largest sausage producer, has announced a large scale expansion of its plant-based product range. The company, which turned over £90 million in 2019, has...

Our Top 5 Tips For Succeeding With Veganuary 2021

Veganuary In Ireland 2021: What You Need To Know Its that time of the year again: January. More specifically, in the vegan and plant-based communities, Veganuary. Since 2014 over 1 million people from 192 countries worldwide have taken signed up for ...

Ireland’s First Walk-In Plant-Based Bakery Bear Lemon

Just three weeks ago, Ireland saw the opening of its first-ever walk-in vegan bakery, Bear Lemon. Located in Drumcondra, the bakery offers customers delicious vegan and plant-based baked goods. Another plant-based first for Ireland, the bakery sells ...

Research: One-In-Three Consumers Seeking Tastier Plant-Based Products

Research conducted by Kerry Group has revealed some interesting insights into the European plant-based market. With the sector poised for exponential growth over the next decade, these numbers are the tip of the iceberg when tracking the changing con...

Analysing The Northern Irish Livestock and Meat Commission’s “Love NI Beef” Campaign

The Northern Irish (NI) Livestock and Meat Commission (LMC) has launched its new "Love NI Beef" campaign to counteract the decline in beef sales and the growing consumer effort to reduce their meat consumption.

Interview With Ireland’s First Vegan Hospitality Consultant

With interest in plant based eating reaching new levels every week, more and more businesses are looking to capitalize on this emerging field. Venturing into a new market has its pitfalls.

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