Danish alt-meat brand Naturli starts manufacturing in Australia 

Robert Stockdill

Robert Stockdill

Naturli

Danish plant-based food maker Naturli’ Foods has begun producing alt-meat mince and burgers in Sydney, Australia, in partnership with local company Botany Group

The products – soon to be augmented by an alt-chicken mince – will be sold through mainstream supermarkets and independent retailers across Australia. Naturli says the manufacturing partnership reduces the climate impact of shipping products from Europe to the other end of the world. 

“The decision to produce Naturli’ goods here in Sydney will keep our supply chains local, and will help to future-proof our business,” said Botany Group CEO Anthony Manassen. 

“It also means that Australian consumers can enjoy innovative plant-based products with a smaller carbon footprint”.

The Sydney plant, located at North Rocks, is an entirely vegan manufacturing facility with no animal-based ingredients such as meat, eggs or dairy processed on the site. 

Naturli’s products are currently predominantly based on pea protein. The company was set up in 1988 and produces plant-based foods distributed across Denmark, Sweden, Poland, Germany, the UK and Australia. 

Botany Group has partnered with several international vegan brands to meet local demand within the retail and foodservice sectors.

Robert Stockdill

Robert Stockdill

Robert Stockdill is a content writer with more than 30 years of experience in five countries. His style has built upon award-winning success in news and features in the print media to leadership in digital communication, spanning news websites, social media, magazines, brochures, and contributing to books. Recognising the devastating impact of consumer behaviour on the planet and wanting to help make a difference Robert launched Viable.Earth as a platform to celebrate positive contributions by brands, companies and individuals towards reducing environmental impact and improve sustainability – especially in the fields of fashion, beauty, food, lifestyle, and transportation.

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