Submit comment or question
Note: All comments are displayed with user's screen name. If screen name is not present, user's full name will be used. Please go to My Account to update your screen name.
Comment Policy: Urner Barry has made the comment feature available to encourage further discussion of our news stories. Defamatory or offensive comments, or comments deemed not relevant to the story will be removed, and if necessary, Urner Barry may restrict the right of individual subscribers to offer comments. In all cases, comments represent opinions of the poster only, and do not represent fact, news, opinions or estimates put forward by Urner Barry.
Email Address is required.
Password is required.
Roquette Opens World’s Largest Pea Protein Plant
Roquette celebrated the opening of the world’s largest pea protein plant today, further extending its leadership position to meet surging global demand for alternative proteins. The new “Plant for the Future” gives Roquette the largest pea protein supply in the world alongside some of the world’s best experts in developing new plant-based foods.
“We see this as a transformational event in our history and a boost to the global plant-based food sector”, said Pierre Courduroux, CEO of Roquette. “Diets have changed considerably in recent years, and the desire for alternative proteins..."
Get to Know Players in the Plant Protein Market: Roquette
In 1933, brothers Germain and Dominique Roquette, identified an industrial need for potato starch in French textile markets. Both grain brokers, the brothers decided to establish a potato starch production plant in Lestrem, France, named Roquette. Little did they know their investment would grow to be a leading global provider of high-quality ingredient solutions spanning the food, nutrition, health, textile, and pharmaceutical markets sourced from across North America, Europe, and Asia.
Approaching a century of longevity, Roquette leads the marketplace with over forty years crafting and nurturing its expertise in providing plant protein solutions in the global food industry. To date, Roquette offers plant proteins sourced from wheat, fava beans, and...
ANALYSIS: Year-End Chicken Production Begins to Recede
This Week in Retail: Jingle Bells, December Sells
ANALYSIS: Tightening Supplies Lift Cash Cattle Prices
Rising Inflation, Relentless Pandemic Dampen U.S. Consumer Confidence
Urner Barry Releases November Emerging Plant Protein Report