CFSS B.V. and Marel India Pvt. Ltd. have entered into a strategic partnership to boost tempeh production in India. Henk Schouten, CEO of Schouten Europe and the initiator of the Tempeh Today project, along with Jose Martin Javier, General Manager of Marel India, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
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Das niederländische Familienunternehmen Schouten Europe führt noch in diesem Monat vegane “Southern Fried Chickenless Pops” ein. Mit seinem neuen rein pflanzlichen Produkt reagiert Schouten auf die wachsende Nachfrage nach pflanzlichen Snacks.
Discover the latest revolutionary plant-based snack from Schouten, based on the latest market trends: Meet the Southern Fried Chickenless Pops. With this fully plant-based product, Schouten responds to the growing demand for plant-based snacks.
PLMA 2023, the international trade show for private label products, is set to take place in Amsterdam from May 23-24, 2023. The event will bring together retailers, wholesalers, and manufacturers from around the world to showcase their latest products and innovations.
Schouten Europe, a Netherlands-based producer of vegetarian and vegan products, has launched its first plant-based egg white.The product is said to look and taste like chicken egg whites, while providing the same nutritional benefits. It takes far fewer resources to produce than conventional eggs, and is suitable for those with egg allergies.
Schouten Europe, a Netherlands-based producer of vegetarian and vegan products, has launched its first plant-based egg white. The product is said to look and taste like chicken egg whites, while providing the same nutritional benefits. It is suitable for those with egg allergies.
Schouten today announces the launch of its latest innovation – a plant-based egg protein that looks and tastes like animal chicken egg protein. Find out what this development means for the world of plant-based.
Over three decades later, Schouten is a family business that Henk runs with his children, Niek-Jan, Peter, Rhodé and Wouter. In a recent interview with vegconomist – the vegan business magazine, Henk Schouten shared his unique insights into the market and the company’s latest developments.
The North Brabant municipality of Altena in the Netherlands is launching the first Dutch-area pilot program that promotes plant-based proteins. With the slogan “Plant-Based Together,” the program involves visiting supermarkets, schools, and restaurants to encourage local people to make plant-based food choices more often.
Grass could be the next big “ingredient” in the alternative meat space, proving to be a viable substitute to soy, according to Schouten Europe. The company is joining forces with Netherlands-based Grassa to research and test the potential of grass protein in the next few years as they apply for the EU authorities to greenlight the ingredient as a novel food.
Developing meat substitutes using protein from grass. That is the goal of the collaboration between the Netherlands-based family company Schouten Europe and the Dutch company Grassa. Grass protein is a suitable alternative to soy, an ingredient that is now commonly used in meat substitutes.