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Chicken substitutes are incredibly popular. Schouten is responding to this with the new vegan Crispy Chickenless Dippers.
The quality and food safety of our end products is partly determined by the quality of the raw materials, therefore Schouten pays all attention to the selection of suppliers.
Dutch alt-meat company Schouten Europe has launched a new product called Crispy Chickenless Dippers, which it says is ideal as a snack to be served in pubs, cafes, and restaurant
This month, the Giessen-based family business Schouten Europe is introducing the ‘Crispy Chickenless Dipper’. Schouten is responding to the growing…
On 19 August, the following message came online on the website of the VMT: WUR research: ‘Manufacturers of meat substitutes pay too little attention to healthy composition’
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Hundreds of plant-based industry colleagues have already taken advantage of this.
What makes a product vegan? And which production guidelines apply? The legislator has not yet set a definitive standard for it. Schouten is already taking a few steps forward.
You don’t just become a leader in the market for plant-based products. In vision, strategy and organization we do everything we can to continue to fulfil our leading role.
A few years ago, a leading German food service giant came knocking on Schouten’s door. The company was looking for a solid production partner for its plant-based products.
Dutch plant-based food supplier Schouten Europe B.V. is launching a plant-based fish burger analog, on the heels of rolling out its plant-based tuna analog.
After introducing its vegetable tuna and fish sticks earlier this year, family business Schouten Europe is now launching a ‘Fishless burger’.
Dutch family-owned Schouten Europe has created plant-based minced meat created with fermented tempeh, partly consisted of by-products from one of Schouten’s production facilities.