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More Plant-Based Meat Ready To Compete With Beyond Meat

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More Plant-Based Meat Ready To Compete With Beyond Meat

More Plant-Based Meat Ready To Compete With Beyond Meat

According to The Wall Street Journal, plant-based meat is trending and could grow to be a $140 billion industry.

Beyond Meat's blockbuster IPO sent shares up more than 800% and has encouraged new competition.

According to Markets Insider, 6 companies have launched plant-based meat, and are in the running with Beyond Meat to match their offerings.

The companies include: 1.

Tyson Foods: A former Beyond Meat investor.

They launched Raised & Rooted.

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