Beef Fore & After
According to the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN), global meat production is projected to double by the year 2050. As such, the various downsides of industrial-scale meat production (biological waste, methane emissions, feed consumption) will also double. To an enlightened society, it’s plain to see that the availability of meat alternatives will become more relevant in the decades to come.
No Missed Steaks
Replacing meat with plant-based meat alternatives can significantly lighten the food industry’s environmental footprint, and can lead to a more beneficial allocation of valued resources like fresh water and fertile farmland. Vivera isn’t waiting for a brighter future; the company is dedicated to implementing those ideals today. To this end, Vivera is determined to expand its current product portfolio of more than 40 different meat alternatives and establish a 100% plant-based product portfolio before the end of 2018.