The proof is in the protein: Innovation activity around texturizing plant-based proteins

Numerous factors – including taste, aroma, temperature, color, and texture – have held back producers of plant-based analogs from truly replicating the organoleptic experience of their animal-based counterparts. In this piece, we'll focus on recent innovation activity with regard to one aspect, text...

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