Plant-based foods fit perfectly in a healthy balanced diet, they tend to have a low saturated fat content, while they contain unsaturated fat. Replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fat in the diet has been shown to lower blood cholesterol. High blood cholesterol is a risk factor in coronary heart disease.

Thanks to their 100% plant origin, plant-based drinks and dairy alternatives are naturally lactose-free.

Plant-based foods are relevant in a healthy balanced diet. For consumers who are looking for a nutritious alternative to animal proteins, plant-protein foods are a great option.

UN Food Systems Summit – International Plant-Based Foods Groups call for central role of plant-based diets in global and national food systems transformation strategies

UN Food Systems Summit - International Plant-Based Foods Groups call for central role of plant-based diets in global and national food systems transformation strategies In the run-up to the UN Food Systems Summit taking place on the 23rd…

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UK’s COT confirms safety of plant-based drinks’ consumption in young children

The European Plant-based Foods Association (ENSA) welcomes the publication of the “Overarching statement on consumption of plant-based drinks in children aged 6 months to 5 years of age” by the UK’s Committee on toxicity of chemicals in…

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Multi-stakeholder letter: Stop Amendment 171

The members of ENSA, the European Plant-based Foods Association, are among the 94 organisations calling on the Commission and Member States to oppose unnecessary restrictions on plant-based alternatives to dairy products. To access the…

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