Powered by innovation and creativity, Givaudan Taste & Wellbeing aims to shape the future of food by becoming the co-creation partner of choice to its customers. Built on its global leadership position in flavours and taste, the Company goes beyond to create food experiences that do good and feel good, for body, mind and planet. With an expanded portfolio of products across flavours, taste, functional and nutritional solutions and a deep knowledge of the food ecosystem, Givaudan’s passion is to collaborate with customers and partners to develop game changing innovations in food and beverage. This is Givaudan. Human by nature. Learn more about how we are shaping the future of food at www.givaudan.com/taste-wellbeing.
Vegconomist is the business magazine for decision makers and influencers associated with the vegan business world. Vegconomist reports on current developments in enterprises, organisations and trade as well as products, trends and markets.
Bueno y Vegano is a printed and digital information media of free distribution at the service of consumers, producers, distributors and retailers of vegan production.
infoRETAIL is a media aligned with the informative and communicative omnichannel, with a strong commitment to the online format (with their website and daily news bulletin) and a firm belief in the validity of paper (with the edition of seven annual issues of the printed magazine).Pioneers in daily sectoral information on mass consumption (365 days a year), at infoRETAIL they advocate truthful and exhaustive information and rigorous analysis, being a communication platform for the various opinions and trends existing in the market.At the time of its genesis, infoRETAIL highlighted its embryonic idea of being a support for the new information challenges of the mass consumption sector in the 21st century. Over the years, they reaffirm their commitment to continue offering readers a new way of doing journalism, including adaptation to new technologies and immediate and constant interaction through social networks. According to the new times and the new demands of the market.
Global Retail Brands purpose is to promote excellence in retail branding. Whether it be strategy, product design, branding, sustainability, supply chain, e-commerce, news, trends or simply what’s next, they strive to showcase the best the industry has to offer.
While it started as a print publication, GRB now includes a dynamic website, digital editions that reach more than 9,000 readers, a senior level social media network, e-mail capabilities and in-person marketing. Retail has become an omni-channel enterprise and their media offerings are reflective of that. From their website, retailers can access their editorial, past issues, news and social media platforms anytime and from anywhere. Global Retail Brands’ readers are indeed global as they target the world’s top 250 retailers. This means their largest markets are Western Europe, The US and North America followed by Eastern Europe, Asia, Oceana and ROW.
Since 2015, RadioVeg.it takes pride in being a space of expression for the diversity of veg and animal rights voices in Italy, one of the countries with the highest growth rate of vegetarian and vegan population. From news, curiosities, to insights, presentations and reviews, RadioVeg.It covers all veg topics and animal rights issues. Being RadioVeg.it a web radio, it is accessible from every corner of the world with an internet connection. Listeners can connect through the web site, app for mobile and Facebook page, where they have built an engaged community.
For more than five decades and with nearly 1.700 issues published, ARAL magazine has been providing professional, objective and independent information, with a permanent reference and training resource for professionals in the FMCG sector. ARAL is distinguished by its firm editorial commitment that provides news, plural opinions, in-depth articles by the sector’s leading specialists, interviews, market research on food and non-food products, reports on auxiliary industry, news….In each issue of ARAL you will find interviews, articles, reports and opinions of maximum relevance and topicality written by the most important professionals in the FMCG, logistics, food/non-food, auxiliary industries and retail.ARAL is not just a magazine, it’s a multi-platform media that relies on five main pillars: the print and digital versions of the magazine, the web www.revistaaral.com, newsletters and social platforms. Through these channels, diffusion is multiplied exponentially, reaching a high percentage of professionals from all industrial sectors.
Terra Nuova ("New Earth") is the monthly magazine printed on recycled paper, which for 43 years has been an irreplaceable vehicle for counter-information in Italy, read by those who want to change their lifestyle – and the world - for the better. The magazine explores subjects that concern every aspect of our everyday lives: nutrition, natural medicine, organic and biodynamic agriculture, permaculture, maternity, childhood, ecological building, ecovillages, renewable energy, ecotourism, consumer awareness, non-violence, spirituality, ethical finance and, in more general terms, ecology and the environment. The magazine's advertisements are strictly selected to be coherent with content and mission. Terra Nuova also publishes over 30 books a year for in-depth information on the issues of the magazine.
FMCG Gurus provides market research and insight into consumer attitudes and behaviours across the food, beverage, and supplement markets around the world. FMCG Gurus are dedicated to being a world leader in consumer insights and market research.
VEGPRENEUR is an organization that connects and supports entrepreneurs building sustainable, plant-based businesses in food, fashion, tech, wellness, beauty, and farming. We have over 1200 entrepreneurs and investors in our exlusive Facebook Group. Our core belief is that entrepreneurs play a key role in creating innovations that will help build a more sustainable world. We believe that entrepreneurship can be used not just to generate revenue but also to improve the well-being of people, animals, and the planet.
Bright Green Partners helps retailer, large corporates, SMEs, governments, and investors around the world to win in plant-, fermentation- and cell-based products and markets such as in alternatives for food & feed (e.g., protein, meat, dairy, fish, livestock feed), materials (e.g., leather) and specialties (e.g., gelatin, ingredients for beauty products). We achieve this by combining top-tier innovation and strategy consulting expertise with deep product, technology and market knowledge supported by a large global expert network and practical implementation/ execution approach.
Talking Plant Protein is a video-based news publication providing sourceinformation about the plant protein industry. We create web contentcovering five categories in the plant protein space:
- Start-Ups - Ingredients - Products - Manufacturing - Sustainability
As we continue to create within the industry, we seek companies across ourcontent verticals who want to schedule interviews, product demos, reportsand package pieces.
ProVeg is an international food awareness organisation working to transform the global food system by replacing conventional animal-based products with plant-based and cultured alternatives. ProVeg works with international decision-making bodies, governments, food producers, investors, the media, and the general public to help the world transition to a society and economy that are less dependent on animal agriculture and more sustainable for humans, animals, and the planet.
Swissveg is the largest representation of vegans and vegetarians in Switzerland. Since 1993, the politically and denominationally independent organization has been working with positive publicity to permanently reduce meat consumption and make a plant-based, responsible lifestyle an attractive and healthy alternative accessible to everyone. Swissveg is characterized by in-depth information and a wide range of events. For experts and consumers, the organization has established itself as a leading point of contact in all aspects of vegan-vegetarian lifestyle.
The Vegan Society Austria is a very active and successful environmental organization with a focus on nutrition. Vegan Society Austria is working together with Austria’s 5 biggest supermarket chains, with more then 350 food producers, hundreds of restaurants and caterers, more than 30 vocational schools and communicates with millions of Austrians every year. In doing so, nutrition can become a multi-problem solver: FOR the environment, health, animals and enjoyment. Its goal is to make the world a better place!
For the last 25 years, Association Végétarienne de France has worked to stimulate the individual and collective transition towards plant-based food, at all its different stages (flexitarianism, vegetarianism, veganism), and with all its motivations: animal ethics, ecology, health, North-South solidarity, culinary pleasure ...Ambitious, pragmatic and benevolent, Association Végétarienne de France informs, pleads, challenges, supports, and brings together all those who wish to contribute to a healthier, more sustainable and more ethical food model.
The Vegetarian Society of Denmark was founded by Danish doctors in 1896. We are an association for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone else wishing to support a plant-based lifestyle. One of our primary goals is to promote the plant-based way of living in Denmark as well as to disseminate information about how our dietary choices affect animals, our bodies, and the planet.
In Belgium, EVA is committed to the maximum production and consumption of plant-based food to replace animal-based food. In order to contribute to a human, animal and environmentally friendly society. We do this in a practical way, where everyone can take steps in their own way.
The Vegan Association Turkey (TVD) is an animal rights organization that advocates equality and justice between species. Initially founded as a platform in 2006, TVD gained its official status in 2012 and became an association. TVD carries out social awareness and advocacy activities with the objective of eliminating speciesism through an understanding of social justice, peace and equality, and ending systematic domination and exploitation of nonhuman animals by humans. TVD continues its efforts to make structural positive systematic changes for animal rights and liberation, while aiming to spread veganism and plant-based nutrition in Turkey through publications, educational activities and national/international events. The association also works on legal support and legislative changes, and carries out the representation and project partnership of international organizations such as International Vegetarian Union (IVU) and the European Vegetarian Union (EVU). It is the only representative of the V-Label in Turkey.
The Italian Vegetarian Association was founded by Aldo Capitini in 1952. A.V.I. represents a historical association, that promotes dialog and understanding, founding its roots in a non-violent and pacifist approach. The Association has always welcomed vegetarians, vegans, fruitarians, raw foodists, and sympathizers. The mission of A.V.I. is not to “convert” people, but to inform and create awareness, in order to encourage free choice. It promotes difference, tolerance, and dialogue to guarantee respect for the rights of all.
Vegetarianos Hoy is an international organization working in Latin America to promote plant-based diets and to reduce the suffering of farmed animals. They are recognized as one of the most effective animal protection NGOs in the world by Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE).
The UVE works to raise awareness about the benefits of a plant-based diet: for the health, the animals and the environment. UVES’s goal is to normalize plant-based options in (Spanish) society in all areas, promoting their acceptance not only at the individual level but also in restaurants and institutions, with a positive and inclusive approach.
The UVA has been working in Argentina since 2000 promoting veganism, caring for the planet and animal rights. Connecting vegan people and organizations and creating a space for dissemination, study, debate, consultation and interrelation. Their conviction is to help build a healthier, less violent and more respectful world.
The Unión Vegetariana del Perú is a non-profit organisation formed 12 years ago by vegans and animal lovers. Their mission is to reduce the use of animals in Peru, and to spread the use of plant-based products.