fish meat & analogues Tag

“Soy, beany, green, and other off-notes are naturally present in plant-based proteins" notes Vicky Tio, Biospringer Senior Food Technologist. “These are common technical challenges faced during the development of meat analogues”....

Meat analogue, also known as meat substitute or mock meat, is not new in Asia. The introduction of meat analogues emerged in 6th century AD, influenced by the restricted diet from Chinese Buddhism back in those days. ...

The proportion of vegetarians, vegans and flexitarians is increasing. They are turning to plant-based products as meat alternatives. On the food manufacturer side, it is a major challenge to reformulate their products while maintaining the taste, texture and overall appearance of the products consumers are...