Joshua Tetrick, CEO of vegan egg maker Just, says China’s food producers are viewing the current coronavirus situation as a time to introduce more quality-controlled food. Photo: Bloomberg Joshua Tetrick, CEO of vegan egg maker Just, says China’s food producers are viewing the current coronavirus situation as a time to introduce more quality-controlled food. Photo: Bloomberg
Joshua Tetrick, CEO of vegan egg maker Just, says China’s food producers are viewing the current coronavirus situation as a time to introduce more quality-controlled food. Photo: Bloomberg

Vegan eggs could crack China market amid coronavirus outbreak as food companies seek animal-free protein sources

  • US-based Just, which makes plant-based egg products, is fielding a wave of inquiries from Chinese food companies amid the virus outbreak
  • China is viewed as a major growth market for producers of animal-free protein products, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat

Topic |   Wellness
Joshua Tetrick, CEO of vegan egg maker Just, says China’s food producers are viewing the current coronavirus situation as a time to introduce more quality-controlled food. Photo: Bloomberg Joshua Tetrick, CEO of vegan egg maker Just, says China’s food producers are viewing the current coronavirus situation as a time to introduce more quality-controlled food. Photo: Bloomberg
Joshua Tetrick, CEO of vegan egg maker Just, says China’s food producers are viewing the current coronavirus situation as a time to introduce more quality-controlled food. Photo: Bloomberg
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