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  • Chymosin: Production from genetically engineered micro ...

    1991-1-1u2002·u2002Caseins predominate and represent about 80% of total milk protein (approximately 27g 1 of milk). The major casein proteins are (Xsi-casein, Oa-casein, ß-casein and -casein, in the approximate ratio 4:1:4:1. It is the caseins which end up in the curd during the manufacturing of cheese. The remaining proteins are contained in the by-product whey.

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  • Feeding the Newborn Dairy Calf - Penn State Extension

    2017-9-4u2002·u2002If calves have received enough high quality colostrum, serum total protein will be 5.5 grams per deciliter (g/dL) or greater. When total protein falls between 5.0 and 5.5 g/dL, there is a marginal risk for mortality and morbidity. Total serum protein levels less than 5.0 g/dL put the calf at high risk for health problems.

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  • G2036 Feed Value of Alternative Crops for Beef Cattle

    2015-9-10u2002·u2002increases crude protein and fiber content as compared to the whole root. Beet pulp has a high dry matter digestibility and moderate fiber content with a fairly low crude protein value (Table I). Therefore it is typically included in growing calf rations at less than 30 percent (DM basis). Additional research

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  • HOME MADE ANIMAL FEED CONCENTRATES

    2018-11-9u2002·u2002Certain concentrates are reduced to high protein content, comprising of a combination of vegeta-ble proteins, urea, essential vitamins and minerals, rumen modifier and limestone, designed to be mixed with grain and roughage, to produce a complete ration. Such concentrates are mix 94% grain and 6% concentrate.

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  • Rennet - an overview

    Rennets with a high level of proteolytic activity compared with calf rennet probably have little effect on whey drainage when the pH is high (e.g. ≥6.15), as in the case of Cheddar, Gouda and Emmental, but reduce yield when the pH at drainage is below 6.0, as in the case of Blue cheese [137] and Camembert [128]. The thermostability of the ...

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  • Calf Feeding Best Practice - Scarsdale Vets

    2020-2-25u2002·u2002Calves should be fed at least twice a day; three times or ad lib is even better. Feeding Heifer Calves for Accelerated Growth to calve down at 24 months. A sensible target for the pre-weaning period should be to double the birth body weight in the first 2 months of life. The aim should be to get calves up to 900g of Calf Milk Replacer (CMR) per ...

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  • Milk Replacers: Evaluation and Use

    Protein Content and Utilization: An adequate supply of high quality protein is an absolute necessity for the young calf. The quantity needed, as a percent of the diet decreases as the calf grows. Figure 1 is a plot of the recommended level of protein versus body weight for young calves (3). The most widely used protein source for

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  • Calf Health Series: What should I feed, and how much, for ...

    2020-1-27u2002·u2002Minimum of 20% protein declared; Maximum of 8% ash declared – a target for ash content should be 6.5-7.5%; Minimum of 0.8% calcium; A trusted supplier; Previous calf performance and calf bloom give the best guarantee for milk replacer quality. In the early stages of life, quality – not just quantity – is vital.

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  • What do preweaned and weaned calves need in the diet: a ...

    All animals were fed the same milk replacer (21% crude protein and 19.2% fat) at the rate of 4 L/d at 15% dry matter from d 1 to 34, and 2 L/d at 15% dry matter from d 35 to 42 (weaning). The study finished 2 wk after weaning. Body weight was measured weekly and individual calf starter and hay intake was recorded daily.

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  • What are the benefits of milk replacer for calf rearers ...

    2018-2-1u2002·u2002High levels of milk-derived proteins is preferable, especially for young calves. To promote lean tissue growth in dairy heifers, milk replacers should have a …

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  • Feeding the Newborn Dairy Calf - Penn State Extension

    2017-9-4u2002·u2002If calves have received enough high quality colostrum, serum total protein will be 5.5 grams per deciliter (g/dL) or greater. When total protein falls between 5.0 and 5.5 g/dL, there is a marginal risk for mortality and morbidity. Total serum protein levels less than 5.0 g/dL put the calf at high risk for health problems.

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  • Calf Feeding Best Practice - Scarsdale Vets

    2020-2-25u2002·u2002Calves should be fed at least twice a day; three times or ad lib is even better. Feeding Heifer Calves for Accelerated Growth to calve down at 24 months. A sensible target for the pre-weaning period should be to double the birth body weight in the first 2 months of life. The aim should be to get calves up to 900g of Calf Milk Replacer (CMR) per ...

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  • Have you ever wondered what goes into your calf milk ...

    2020-4-22u2002·u2002These forms of whey all differ in both protein and lactose content. Whey powder, for example, only contains 12.5-13% protein, which is less than half the 35% protein that is in Imunopro ®. It is this concentrated milk protein that is so fundamental for young calf programming and healthy growth, which is why there is so much of it in colostrum.

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  • Volac Introduces New Calf Milk Formula Range

    2020-3-19u2002·u2002It is important to appreciate that the crude protein content on the bag label does not give you an indication of the useable protein available to the calf,' Mr Watson said. 'The oil is balanced with high quality vegetable fats to mimic the milk fat profile, plus the addition of butyrate (C4:0), which has been shown recently to improve gut ...

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  • Dangers Of Milk And Dairy Products - The Facts

    2003-6-21u2002·u2002PROTEIN Milk can be thought of as 'liquid meat' because of its high protein content which, in concert with other proteins, may actually LEACH calcium from the body. Countries that consume high protein diets (meat, milk and dairy) have the highest rates of osteoporosis. THE 'WHOLESOME' PROTEIN MYTH 87% of milk is water.

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  • Milk Components: Understanding Milk Fat and Protein ...

    2016-5-5u2002·u2002Milk protein content may be decreased by 0.1 to 0.3% in high-fat diets. This may occur due to reduced blood glucose levels. Extremely High Milk Fat. High milk fat content often occurs in herds that are off in feed and may have ketosis problems. Percent fat may be reduced for sick animals, but total fat may be higher for the herd.

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  • Milk Replacers: Evaluation and Use

    Protein Content and Utilization: An adequate supply of high quality protein is an absolute necessity for the young calf. The quantity needed, as a percent of the diet decreases as the calf grows. Figure 1 is a plot of the recommended level of protein versus body weight for …

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  • Calf Health Series: What should I feed, and how much, for ...

    2020-1-27u2002·u2002Minimum of 20% protein declared; Maximum of 8% ash declared – a target for ash content should be 6.5-7.5%; Minimum of 0.8% calcium; A trusted supplier; Previous calf performance and calf bloom give the best guarantee for milk replacer quality. In the early stages of life, quality – not just quantity – is vital.

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  • What do preweaned and weaned calves need in the diet: a ...

    All animals were fed the same milk replacer (21% crude protein and 19.2% fat) at the rate of 4 L/d at 15% dry matter from d 1 to 34, and 2 L/d at 15% dry matter from d 35 to 42 (weaning). The study finished 2 wk after weaning. Body weight was measured weekly and …

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  • What are the benefits of milk replacer for calf rearers ...

    2018-2-1u2002·u2002High levels of milk-derived proteins is preferable, especially for young calves. To promote lean tissue growth in dairy heifers, milk replacers should have a high crude protein content, ideally at ...

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  • Feeding the Newborn Dairy Calf - Penn State Extension

    2017-9-4u2002·u2002If calves have received enough high quality colostrum, serum total protein will be 5.5 grams per deciliter (g/dL) or greater. When total protein falls between 5.0 and 5.5 g/dL, there is a marginal risk for mortality and morbidity. Total serum protein levels less than 5.0 g/dL put the calf at …

    Get Price
  • Calf Feeding Best Practice - Scarsdale Vets

    2020-2-25u2002·u2002Calves should be fed at least twice a day; three times or ad lib is even better. Feeding Heifer Calves for Accelerated Growth to calve down at 24 months. A sensible target for the pre-weaning period should be to double the birth body weight in the first 2 months of life. The aim should be to get calves up to 900g of Calf Milk Replacer (CMR) per ...

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  • Have you ever wondered what goes into your calf milk ...

    2020-4-22u2002·u2002These forms of whey all differ in both protein and lactose content. Whey powder, for example, only contains 12.5-13% protein, which is less than half the 35% protein that is in Imunopro ®. It is this concentrated milk protein that is so fundamental for young calf programming and healthy growth, which is why there is so much of it in colostrum.

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  • Volac Introduces New Calf Milk Formula Range

    2020-3-19u2002·u2002It is important to appreciate that the crude protein content on the bag label does not give you an indication of the useable protein available to the calf,' Mr Watson said. 'The oil is balanced with high quality vegetable fats to mimic the milk fat profile, plus the addition of butyrate (C4:0), which has been shown recently to improve gut ...

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  • Dangers Of Milk And Dairy Products - The Facts

    2003-6-21u2002·u2002PROTEIN Milk can be thought of as 'liquid meat' because of its high protein content which, in concert with other proteins, may actually LEACH calcium from the body. Countries that consume high protein diets (meat, milk and dairy) have the highest rates of osteoporosis. THE 'WHOLESOME' PROTEIN MYTH 87% of milk is water.

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  • Milk Components: Understanding Milk Fat and Protein ...

    2016-5-5u2002·u2002Milk protein content may be decreased by 0.1 to 0.3% in high-fat diets. This may occur due to reduced blood glucose levels. Extremely High Milk Fat. High milk fat content often occurs in herds that are off in feed and may have ketosis problems. Percent fat may be reduced for sick animals, but total fat may be higher for the herd.

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  • Refractometer for Dairy Colostrum Quality, IgG Level ...

    Rugged enough to withstand the demands of farm use, yet precise enough to give laboratory-quality readings, the MISCO Digital-Dairy Refractometers provide reliable estimates of the percent solids in waste milk, IgG blood levels, blood plasma protein concentration, colostrum quality, and calf hydration. The instruments are easy to use and ...

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  • How the Dairy Industry Has Unnaturally Altered the Life of ...

    A calf who is not born into the animal agriculture industry will stay with their mother and nurse for up to a year. After birth, the life of a dairy calf can go one of two ways, largely depended ...

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  • G2036 Feed Value of Alternative Crops for Beef Cattle

    2015-9-10u2002·u2002increases crude protein and fiber content as compared to the whole root. Beet pulp has a high dry matter digestibility and moderate fiber content with a fairly low crude protein value (Table I). Therefore it is typically included in growing calf rations at less than 30 percent (DM basis). Additional research

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  • Paul & Vincent - Manufacturer of quality feed for farmed ...

    Paul & Vincent Feeds are dedicated to providing high quality nutritional solutions. We know just what it takes to get you the best results in terms of animal nutrition, health and performance. All of the company's products are formulated using best national and international research backed up by proven farm performance.

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  • Meat and Bone Meal - an overview

    MBM has a high mineral content (higher than MM) and is relatively low in fat (Garcia and Phillips, 2009). Like most other thermally denatured proteins, those present in MBM have very low solubility in water (∼5.4% of the true protein, which is ∼55% of the dry mass). MBM is a heterogeneous mixture of particles; those derived from bone are ...

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  • Milk ingredients

    2 days agou2002·u2002Whey protein concentrates (WPCs) are high-protein products (35% protein), obtained by whey ultrafiltration. Whey protein isolates (WPIs) are products containing 80% protein, obtained by concentrating and purifying WPCs. These ingredients are used in reconstituted milk products, low-calorie foods, sports nutrition, etc.

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  • Calf Feeding Best Practice - Scarsdale Vets

    2020-2-25u2002·u2002Calves should be fed at least twice a day; three times or ad lib is even better. Feeding Heifer Calves for Accelerated Growth to calve down at 24 months. A sensible target for the pre-weaning period should be to double the birth body weight in the first 2 months of life. The aim should be to get calves up to 900g of Calf Milk Replacer (CMR) per ...

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  • The Weak Calves Become Strong - at Agriculture.com

    2016-3-1u2002·u2002National sales manager Beth Saxton says a dose of Protect Beef supplies a calf with 50 grams of globulin protein, plus 20% fat and added carbohydrates for a burst of energy. She says every calf can benefit from Protect Beef. Nourish Beef is more nutritionally dense, with 100 grams of globulin protein, plus 25% fat, and a full nutritional ...

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  • The science of fermentation (2021)

    Biomass fermentation leverages the fast growth and high protein content of many microorganisms to efficiently produce large quantities of protein. The microbial biomass itself can serve as an ingredient, with the cells intact or minimally processed — for example, the cells can be broken open to improve digestibility or enrich for even higher ...

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  • Insect Farming: The Industry set to be Worth $8 Billion by ...

    2020-10-8u2002·u2002Insect Farming: The Industry set to be Worth $8 Billion by 2030. The insect farming industry is set to grow at a rate of 27.8% annually, providing cheap, sustainable animal feed – and even protein for human consumption. The insect protein industry could be worth USD 7.96 billion by 2030, according to a Meticulous Research report.

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  • Scientists Identify Proteins in Bacteria Associated with ...

    2021-10-26u2002·u2002These bacteria are known as H. somni and P. multocida and M. haemolytica, which has a variable genotype (strain types). The scientists have sorted the variable genotpyes of M. haemolytica into two strain types (type 1 and 2). Colony light reflection patterns of the two types of M. haemolytica. Type 1 and 2 are shown in image A and B, respectively.

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  • Casein Products - Unflavored Protein Powder

    2016-10-7u2002·u2002The caseins, as proteins, are made up of many hundreds of individual amino acids, each of which may have a positive or a negative charge, depending on the pH of the [milk] system. At some pH value, all the positive charges and all the negative charges on the [casein] protein will be in balance, so that the net charge on the protein will be zero.

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  • The 'Ruminant Feed Ban' Animal Proteins Prohibited in ...

    Glandular Meal and Extracted Glandular Meal Unborn calf Carcasses Hydrolyzed Hair ... except in such trace amounts as might occur unavoidably in good factory practice and shall be suitable for animal feed. If it bears the name descriptive of its kind or flavor(s), it must correspond ... its crude protein content which shall be no less than 70%.

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  • Meat and Bone Meal - an overview

    MBM has a high mineral content (higher than MM) and is relatively low in fat (Garcia and Phillips, 2009). Like most other thermally denatured proteins, those present in MBM have very low solubility in water (∼5.4% of the true protein, which is ∼55% of the dry mass). MBM is a heterogeneous mixture of particles; those derived from bone are ...

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  • NUTRITIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GRASS AND

    2021-8-11u2002·u2002cattle meat (muscle tissue) with high total fat, low protein (by energy), high absolute saturated fatty acid content, low w-3 fatty acid content, high w-6 fatty acid content and an elevated w-6/w-3 fatty acid ratio represents a recent component of human diets that …

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  • Dairy production and products: Milk composition

    For example, the fat content is usually higher in Bos indicus than B. taurus cattle. The fat content of milk from B. indicus cattle can be as much as 5.5 percent. Buffalo milk has a very high fat content, which is on average twice as high as that of cow milk. The fat-to-protein ratio in buffalo milk is about 2:1.

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  • Casein - an overview

    Casein is the dominant protein group in bovine milk and is the major functional contributor to a family of dairy ingredients which are used ubiquitously in the food industry. The caseins are nature-designed to be dispersed in an aqueous solvent, carry relatively large quantities of calcium and calcium phosphate and still maintain a low viscosity at ∼ 2.5% (w/w) concentration.

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  • Breeding Advisors & Sales Dairy Sires Catalogue

    2020-10-28u2002·u2002High EBI Bull Calf €280 €146 €12 Low EBI Cow EBI & SUB INDEXES € Rel EBI €282 55 Production €67 63 Fertility €164 51 Calving €34 85 Beef-€15 44 Health €2 42 Maintenance €26 40 Management €3 15 Genomic, ICBF May 2017 Base Milk Yield Fat/Protein KG Fat/Protein% 1st Lact 5538kg 216.3kg/188kg 3.9%/3.39% 2nd Lact 6246kg 243 ...

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  • Calf Farming in Pakistan - SMEDA Report - PHDessay.com

    2017-6-1u2002·u2002Calf fattening enterprise is an agro-based project. The calves, preferably males, 8-9 months of age are fed on concentrated feed and fodder produced from the agricultural land. Balanced feed is given to calves for a period of 120 days to get higher weight gain. Live …

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  • NEWS SHEET BANDON MART Mart Locations EACH

    2021-9-23u2002·u200250 Suckler cows 4 & 5 Maternally & High Terminally rated cows. Calving Jan to March 2022. (In calf to AI & Stock bulls), 7 Incalf Heifers mostly 4 & 5 (In calf to 5 Stock bull), Two 5 Stock bulls, over 50 Quality weanling heifers (Dec 2020 to Feb 21 born) weights from 300-400kg. (Mainly 4 & 5

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  • The Newborn Calf & Colostrum Management

    2017-3-16u2002·u2002version, the reference value for high quality colostrum is 22% Brix or higher. Evaluation of protein absorption from colostrum When a calf consumes colostrum, the immunoglobulins are absorbed through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream. This cause the protein content in blood to rise and this increase in blood protein can

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  • Fujarah Feed Factory

    2014-4-21u2002·u2002High protein feed with high methionine content adapted. Formulated for broilers during the starting stages of their growth. It promotes rapid growth for small chicken ensuring optimum weight with minimum period of time. Our nutritionists used anti-salmonella, anti-oxidants,toxin binders, mold inhibitors and coccidiostat in this feed.

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  • Animal feed - Factory farming - Beef cattle

    2021-1-27u2002·u2002Having a feedstuff with a high content of easily digestible fibre, an excellent mineral and vitamin integration and a correct protein content with hay and/or straw is essential during this step. The broutard feed formula particularly focuses on the quality of the fibre.

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  • The Top 10 Protein Powder Manufacturers For 2020

    2 days agou2002·u2002The following article is a list of the top 10 protein powder manufacturers in the world for 2020. A protein powder manufacturer is a company that products dietary protein powders for food, infant, sports nutrition, and medical use. Protein powder is a billion-dollar business.

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  • DAIRY 36 CONCENTRATE PELLET - Agfinity Inc

    2021-2-1u2002·u2002Show Calf Gro/Fin should be fed at a rate of 1.5% to 2.0% body weight along with excellent quality forage to the appetite of the animal. Provide a source of clean water at all times. WARNING: A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in pre-ruminating cattle. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.

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  • GUARANTEED ANALYSIS Crude Protein (Min

    2021-2-24u2002·u2002Feed as a grain mix to horses, cattle, sheep, or goats. Provide adequate roughage or pasture. Additional mineral, vitamin an d protein supplementation may be needed for growing animals. AGFINITY, INCORPORATED . Manufactured By: Agfinity, Inc. 260 Factory Road Eaton, CO 80615 Bulk – or – 50 lb (22.68 kg) Net Weight . Not for official use

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  • Milk Powders - Tatura

    2021-11-5u2002·u2002Milk Protein Concentrate. Milk Protein Concentrate is often used in countries where fresh milk is unavailable and can be readily reconstituted to manufacture milk products, cheese, yoghurts and fresh desserts. A concentrated and protein rich milk powder, Milk Protein Concentrate is 85% pure milk protein.

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  • Dairy production and products: Milk composition

    For example, the fat content is usually higher in Bos indicus than B. taurus cattle. The fat content of milk from B. indicus cattle can be as much as 5.5 percent. Buffalo milk has a very high fat content, which is on average twice as high as that of cow milk. The fat-to-protein ratio in buffalo milk is about 2:1.

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  • Casein - an overview

    Casein is the dominant protein group in bovine milk and is the major functional contributor to a family of dairy ingredients which are used ubiquitously in the food industry. The caseins are nature-designed to be dispersed in an aqueous solvent, carry relatively large quantities of calcium and calcium phosphate and still maintain a low viscosity at ∼ 2.5% (w/w) concentration.

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  • Plant-Based Meat: A Brighter Future for Food?

    2020-8-13u2002·u2002Plant-based meat is growing more popular by the day, and for good reason. Offering a healthier alternative to meat, while being vastly more sustainable and packing authentic flavors, aromas, and textures, plant-based meats are making it easier than ever to reduce conventional meat consumption, or even eliminate it altogether.

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