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CDC says 9% of meatpacking plant workers have been diagnosed with Covid-19

A Tyson Foods Inc. facility stands in Lexington, Nebraska, U.S., on Friday, April 24, 2020. Nebraska businesses that have laid off workers during the coronavirus crisis could be forced to repay tax credits and other incentives they have received through the states main business-incentive program, the state Department of Revenue said. Dan Brouillette | Bloomberg …

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No business need at all now for a Chinese nuclear plant in the UK | Business

Get ready for the “new Huawei” is the word from Westminster, meaning another flare-up in UK-China business and political relations, this time over Chinese involvement in the UK’s nuclear power programme. Ditching state-owned China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) would indeed be a political development on a political par with a Huawei exclusion. The 2016 …

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Starbucks links with Impossible to sell plant-based breakfast sandwich

Starbucks Impossible sausage breakfast sandwich. Source: Starbucks Starbucks said Tuesday it will begin selling a plant-based breakfast sandwich made with Impossible sausage as part of its summer menu. The sandwich will also contain a cage-free fried egg and aged cheddar cheese and will be served on ciabatta bread. It will be available in most U.S. locations, …

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Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed sees a big future for plant-based foods

Beyond Meat “Beyond Burger” patties made from plant-based substitutes for meat products sit on a shelf for sale on November 15, 2019 in New York City. Vegetarian alternatives to burgers and sausages, revived by start-ups like Beyond Meat and Impossible Burger, are enjoying a certain enthusiasm that meat giants also want to enjoy. ANGELA WEISS …

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Fiat warns coronavirus could force closure of European plant | Business

Fiat Chrysler has warned it could close a plant in Europe as the coronavirus outbreak wreaks havoc on a rapidly expanding list of global companies. The carmaker, one of Europe’s largest, joined Virgin Atlantic and Nintendo in adding its name to the list of affected companies on Thursday. Fiat said it could be forced to …

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Beyond Meat stock climbs 13% as Starbucks plans to add more plant-based menu options

A package of Beyond Meat beef crumbles is displayed for a photograph in Tiskilwa, Illinois, April 23, 2019. Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images Shares of Beyond Meat jumped 13% in morning trading Tuesday after Starbucks announced that it would add more plant-based menu options as part of its efforts to combat climate change. …

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Zhenmeat, China plant based meat firm, seeks funding

A slider made of Zhenmeat’s plant-based meat alternative pictured in Shanghai, China on January 13, 2020. Arjun Kharpal | CNBC Chinese plant-based meat substitute start-up Zhenmeat is looking to raise around $2 million of funding this year as it expands across the world’s second-largest economy and fends off a potential challenge from U.S. rivals. Zhenmeat …

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Panera Bread plans to add more grains and plant-based foods to menu

People walk by a Panera Bread restaurant in in New York. Kena Betancur | AFP | Getty Images Like many consumers heading into the new year, Panera Bread is making a resolution to be even healthier. Panera has long committed to serving “100% clean” food, meaning that it contains no artificial ingredients or additives. But …

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Plant-based meat line went to market in just two months

Jim Snee, CEO, Hormel Source: CNBC In an attempt to quickly jump onto the plant-based meat craze, Hormel’s new brand went to market in just two months, after being spurned by an original partner, its CEO said Thursday. “[Plant-based proteins] was a trend that we saw coming,” CEO Jim Snee said in an interview with …

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