Over 650 restaurants across Europe join Veganuary with new-meat – ranging from street food and everyday diners to traditional steakhouses and fine-dining.

Company expands its food service channel into more countries across Europe, with new-meat now available within 13 countries.
New-meat is also now available in retail for the first time, starting in the UK and Netherlands nationwide, with more countries to follow this year.
The world’s most diverse plant-based meat portfolio offers a premium and versatile option for consumers – consisting of minced products, pulled meats, and whole cuts.

This Veganuary, Redefine Meat™ is continuing its aggressive drive to increase the accessibility of its breakthrough plant-based new-meat across Europe by adding more than 650 new food service outlets this month alone. With debut launches in retail, and geographic expansion totaling at 13 countries, Redefine Meat is bringing consumers the most diverse plant-based new-meat portfolio and cuisine options yet.
Launched in Europe in 2022 to overcome the product quality and variety limitations of plant-based meat, Redefine Meat’s new-meat range has been endorsed by meat experts and Michelin-star chefs, such as Marco Pierre-White, Ron Blaauw and Alexis Gauthier, for achieving the taste and texture of high-quality animal- based meat. As a result, new-meat has been widely adopted across European food services, which include everything from street food and casual diners to catering and hotels, through to traditional steakhouses and fine-dining establishments. Redefine Meat has also launched in E-retailers for the first time, with six diverse new-meat products available nationwide in the UK (via Ocado) and the Netherlands (via Albert Heijn online and Crisp) – enabling consumers to access new-meat dishes across even more channels.
Key to its mission to increase the accessibility of new-meat, ahead of Veganuary Redefine Meat expanded its food service channel into new countries including Belgium, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Sweden, and Switzerland – with new-meat dishes now available in selected restaurants over the course of Veganuary. In just two years since commercial launch, the company’s new-meat products are now available in 13 countries.
New-meat food service locations onboarded for Veganuary – highlights:
In Germany, a collaboration with renowned Mexican restaurant chain, Enchilada, will see new-meat dishes including a first-of-its-kind Beef Flank Fajita feature on the January menus of 28 restaurants nationwide.
In the UK, 77 food service providers will support the Veganuary campaign including Leonardo Hotels, All Star Lanes, a London-based bowling venue, and the Three Cheers traditional British-style pub chain.
The Netherlands, catering giant, Compass Group, will also serve Redefine Meat’s unique beef and pork pulled new-meat products to around 350 canteens nationwide.
New-meat will be added to the menus of 38 different restaurants across Italy.
While in France the Redefine Burger will feature on the Veganuary menu of nationwide steakhouse chain, Hippopotamus.
In Sweden, Redefine Meat has partnered with one of the country’s biggest restaurant chains – Pinchos – to implement a special Veganuary initiative across 64 of its restaurants.
Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, CEO and Co-Founder of Redefine Meat, comments: “Veganuary continues to offer a great opportunity for consumers to see how easy taking on a no compromise, plant-based diet can be – whether dining out or eating at home. Our message is simple, don’t give up meat, redefine it! 2023 was a milestone year for us with record growth and aggressive expansion geographically and into new channels such as retail. While Europe has welcomed new-meat with open arms, our journey doesn’t stop here – it expands beyond borders, cuisines, expectations, helping to create a new cultural mindset globally where the next generation of meat eaters don’t believe animal-meat is the only way.”
Combining premium-quality with the most versatile plant-based new-meat portfolio in the industry, Redefine Meat’s minced-based products, pulled meats and whole cuts have been embraced by vegans, vegetarians, and flexitarians alike.


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