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Coca-Cola's Costa Coffee launches RTD beverage in the UK; Free-range milk company raises $10M; Ugly produce companies aim for East Coast expansion; Perdue gets into plant-based food with blended Chicken Plus line


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Tyson to unleash Big Food push into plant-based meats with new products


 

The protein giant is the latest CPG company to enter the rapidly growing space where Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods dominate. Perdue Farms, Nestlé and Hormel Foods also plan to enter the nascent market.


 
 


Coca-Cola's Costa Coffee launches RTD beverage in the UK


 

The chilled, canned brew is the first product major product launch for the soda giant since it closed its $5.1 billion purchase of the British chain earlier this year.


 
 


Free-range milk company raises $10M


 

Even as overall sales of milk decline, Hart Dairy received a large investment that will help it expand production of its 100% grass-fed, free-range product in the U.S. and Asia.


 
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Ugly produce companies aim for East Coast expansion


 

Misfits Market is moving down the Eastern Seaboard, and Imperfect Produce wants to reach more subscribers in the Northeast. 


 
 


Perdue gets into plant-based food with blended Chicken Plus line


 

Starting this fall, patties, nuggets and tenders made of cauliflower, chickpeas and white meat chicken will come to grocers' shelves.


 
 
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