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Along with its many health benefits, a plant-based diet may even help with climate change issues. In fact, according to Vegconomist.com, A new study conducted by the University of Oxford has found that a switch towards plant-based diets is vital to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. It follows on from a previous study by the university, which found that eating a vegan diet could reduce our carbon footprint by 73%. That could be substantial news for companies like Komo Plant Based Foods (CSE:YUM), Very Good Food Company Inc. (TSXV:VERY)(OTC:VRYYF), Guru Organic Energy Corp. (TSX:GURU)(OTC:GUROF), Rritual Superfoods Inc. (CSE:RSF)(OTC:RRSFF), and Laird Superfood Inc. (NYSE:LSF). In addition, as also noted by Vegconomist.com, If all people worldwide were to stop eating meat products, the area of land used for global agriculture could be reduced by around 75%. This would correspond to the combined size of the USA, China, Australia and the EU; such a reduction would lead to a significant decline in greenhouse gas emissions.
Panic!? Taco Bell And Starbucks Warn About Shortages By Jonathan Maze of Restaurant Business , Supply chain problems continue to plague the restaurant industry, leading big chains Taco Bell and Starbucks to warn consumers on Monday that some items may not be available. Starbucks told customers on its app that "due to supply shortages, some items are temporarily unavailable." That echoed warnings that have persisted at the chain''s locations for months. Consumers have complained on social media channels about periodic shortages of items such as green tea. At Taco Bell, customers are complaining about a lack of hot sauce. The Mexican fast-food chain''s website warns customers that not all items are available at the moment. "Sorry if we can''t feed your current crave. Due to national ingredient shortages and delivery delays, we may be out of some items," an orange banner with bold lettering read on the top of Taco Bell''s website. The company, owned by Louisville, Ky.-based Yum Brands, blamed transportation problems for the shortages. "Due to national transportation delays happening throughout most of the industry, we may be temporarily out of some items," the company said in a statement. "Apologies for the inconvenience and we hope to feed fans'' current Taco Bell cravings again soon." Restaurants have faced shortages of everything from sauces to pickles to chicken wings in recent months due to a host of issuesincluding weather problems in Texas and intense demand from consumers coupled with supply limitations.
KOMO Plant Based Foods Inc.: Komo Plant-Based Foods Appoints Plant-Based Veteran Sherrie Bobojevic to Advisory Board↳ 10:08, FinanzNachrichten • Développer
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 20, 2021 / Komo Plant Based Foods Inc. (CSE:YUM)(OTC PINK:KOMOF)(FSE:9HB) ("Komo"), plant-based food company, is pleased to announce it appointed Sherrie Bobojevic
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 20, 2021 / Komo Plant Based Foods Inc. (CSE:YUM)(OTC PINK:KOMOF)(FSE:9HB) ("Komo"), plant-based food company, is pleased to announce it appointed Sherrie Bobojevic as a member of its advisory board on July 19,
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Benzingas weekly Stock Wars matches two leaders in a major industry sector, with the goal of determining which company is the better investment. This week, the duel is between a pair of companies in the vegan food sector: Beyond Meat Inc (NASDAQ: BYND ) and Tattooed Chef Inc (NASDAQ: TTCF ) The Case For Beyond Meat: This El Segundo, California-based company was founded in 2009 and immediately attracted attention thanks to celebrity investors including Leonardo DiCaprio and Snoop Dogg. Its initial public offering in 2019 was priced at $25 per share and very quickly took off. Earlier this year, the company formed a partnership with PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP ) to develop snacks and drinks made from plant-based protein and it teamed up with McDonalds Corporation (NYSE: MCD ) to develop a plant-based burger. But its track record in becoming a staple of the grab-and-go dining crowd has been shaky: an effort to roll out plant-based chicken nuggets with Yum! Brands, Inc.''s (NYSE: YUM ) KFC chain never progressed beyond the pilot phase, while a plant-based breakfast-sausage sandwich offered through the Dunkin chain was scaled back from a national availability to a few hundred eateries due to lack of customer interest.
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A competitive eater wolfed down 50 chili dogs in 22 minutes, setting a local record at a bar in western Michigan where thousands of customers have their names on the wall for eating just a fraction.
KOMO Plant Based Foods Inc.: Komo Plant Based Foods Adds Bundles and Subscriptions to Shopify-Enabled Platform07 Jul, 10:08, FinanzNachrichten • Développer
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 7, 2021 / Komo Plant Based Foods Inc. (CSE:YUM)(OTC PINK:KOMOF)(FSE:9HB) ("Komo") announces the launch of its direct-to-consumer recurring subscriptions service on
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 7, 2021 / Komo Plant Based Foods Inc. (CSE:YUM)(OTC PINK:KOMOF)(FSE:9HB) ("Komo") announces the launch of its direct-to-consumer recurring subscriptions service on its Shopify-enabled platform, in addition to six
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