Sustainable Foods explains Plan*t 'fake meat' products
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A Chicken burger without the chook & mince minus the meat. That's just a couple of the plant-based meat alternatives the government's backing by loaning Kāpiti company Sustainable Foods more than $1.2 million of government funding. The money's from the $200 million Regional Strategic Partnership Fund that aims to build sustainable, inclusive and productive regional economies. Minister Stuart Nash who signed off on the deal says the products are healthy, cheaper and more sustainable protein options. Sustainable Foods CEO Justin Lemmens talks to Lisa Owen.  
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