Anuga 2023 - Arjaan van der Giessen - plant-based development

Unveiling groundbreaking plant-based innovations at Anuga 2023

Looking for the latest developments in the field of plant-based products? Be sure not to miss Schouten Europe’s booth at Anuga 2023 in Cologne. The North Brabant-based family company will be showcasing its newest innovations to business professionals from around the world during this trade fair.

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).

Companies join forces to promote tempeh production in India

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).

Clientcase: Schouten mini-falafel in QiZini wraps

In 2011, Greencore Nederland and Johma Sandwiches joined together to form QiZiNi. Over the years, the ‘friendly food company’ became a major convenience food player. Read the client case where René van Vulpen, Product Development Manager at Qizini, talks about their successful journey with Schouten to develop a new vega wrap.

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Schouten launches innovative and versatile plant-based egg white

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.

Colruyt is switching to a sustainable tray

Supermarket giant Colruyt has been living up to its slogan ‘Lowest prices’ for years. In addition to attractive prices, the Belgian family business also has an eye for sustainability. For example, the chain asked Schouten to package their plant-based products more sustainably from now on. A label has replaced the cardboard sleeve, and the tray is now 100% recyclable.