Naturli’ opens its first concept café in Oslo – 100 per cent plants on forks and in drinksPress release September 2, 2020
As increasing numbers of Norwegians are developing an appetite for the taste of a green future, Naturli’ has just opened a 100 per cent plant-based café at Drammensveien 149 in Oslo. The café is owned by Naturli’, who ensure that guests always find 100 per cent plants on their plates and in their cups.
Breakfast goes green – the future is plant-based yoghurtPress release August 25, 2020
Consumers are developing green breakfast habits – just like their other meals. That is why Naturli’ – the market leader in plant-based foods in Denmark since 1988 – is introducing a whole range of 100 per cent plant-based yoghurt under the name Joe’ Kurt. Flavour, colour and consistency are all the same as traditional animal yoghurt. The company expects to place its plant-based yoghurt on ten export markets within two years.
Danish innovation to replace beefPress release June 11, 2018
In the UK, more than one evening meal out of four is now either vegetarian or vegan. The British have developed an almost insatiable appetite for plant-based food. Danish owned Naturli’ Foods is launching its 100 per cent vegetable-based fresh mince in the UK. Naturli’ Minced can replace minced beef, and will be in the meat counters beside the minced beef.