Swedish Oumph! Product of the Year in Norway
Competing with 55 other products, Oumph! from Food for Progress, was awarded Foodservice Product of the Year by Norwegian NorgesGruppen and Asko. “A real innovation that hits many important points for innovation,” according to the jury.Read more..
Food for Progress reinforces sales with Jonas Borg as Head of Private Label & Joint Ventures
Swedish food company Food for Progress, with brands like Oumph! and Beat, hires Jonas Borg. Jonas has many years of sales experience in the food industry behind him and will now be responsible for the two existing business areas, Private Label and Joint Venture.Read more..
Try Oumph! at Thanksgiving Fair, Whole Foods Market Camden
Meet award-winning plant-based Oumph! at Whole Foods Market Camden this Saturday, as the store hosts a vegan Thanksgiving fair. The day will offer an indulgence in Thanksgiving treats as part of World Vegan Month, and to make sure to get you in the festive spirit! Saturday, 18th November, 11am – 7pm, Whole Foods Market Camden Town, Parkway, London NW1 7PN.Read more..
Food for Progress nominated for Supplier of the Year
Swedish food company Food for Progress, with brands like Oumph! and Beat, may become Supplier of the Year in the Fast Food Awards, a competition that rewards good initiatives in the industry.Read more..
RISE wants to give Swedish peas a chance
Swedish pea farming was severely affected by the closure of the Findus factory in Bjuv last spring. However, a group of RISE researchers are now co-investing with food companies Food for Progress, Lyckeby Starch and Findus Pea Farming Association in new products and new markets for the Swedish peas. “Give peas a chance” is the name of the project that will bring Swedish pea farming to a new level.Read more..
Oumph! Pop-Up lunches at Whole Foods Market in London
To celebrate Vegan Month this November, Whole Foods Market is hosting a series of exclusive Pop-Up lunches in two of their London stores, serving award-winning plant-based Oumph! Tacos and Kebabs. The first Pop-Up lunches take place at Whole Foods Market Kensington Tuesday 31 October and Wednesday 1 November. 11.30am - 2.30pm.Read more..
Food for Progress hires Peter Segerblom as Head of Food Concepts
Food for Progress, with brands like Oumph! and Beat, hires Peter Segerblom as Head of Food Concepts. Peter's previous work experience includes food and beverage management at O'Learys, as well as running restaurants and catering companies. In recent years he has been a food and drink consultant.Read more..
Susanne Ekstedt from RISE is Food for Progress’ new top recruitment
Swedish food company Food for Progress, with brands like Oumph! and Beat, recruits Susanne Ekstedt as Head of Innovation. Susanne comes from RISE, Research Institutes of Sweden.Read more..
OUMPH! Now at Whole Foods Market in the UK
Award-winning plant-based Oumph! is now avaliable at Whole Food Market stores in the UK. Four varieties are part of the initial launch: Pulled Oumph!, Thyme & Garlic, Kebab Spiced and The Chunk. The Oumph! products are designed to create cravings for a wide audience, including families, foodies, chefs and fast food loving vegans.Read more..
OUMPH! – A SUCCESS AT JUST V SHOW
Award-winning plant-based Oumph! was a great success at the recent Just V Show in London. Food for Progress launches award-winning Oumph! at Whole Food Market stores in the UK in September. Four products will be part of the initial launch: Pulled Oumph!, Thyme & Garlic, Kebab Spiced and The Chunk. Oumph! is made from soya beans. It's completely plant-based, free from gluten, dairy and nuts.Read more..
Oumph! launches at Whole Foods Market in the UK
Food for Progress launches award-winning Oumph! at Whole Food Market stores in the UK in September. Four products will be part of the initial launch: Pulled Oumph!, Thyme & Garlic, Kebab Spiced and The Chunk. Meet Oumph! at the Just V Show, which co-locates with The Allergy & Free From Show in London's Olympia 7-9 July. Stand: V105.Read more..
Everything you need to know about perfectly barbecuing Oumph!
Feel like barbecuing Oumph? But not sure how to do it? No worries, it is super easy. Here are five tips for a really awesome BBQ!Read more..
Food for Progress in research collaboration on sustainable food consumption
The Swedish Foundation for Environmental Strategic Research, Mistra, provides 45 million for research into sustainable consumption. Food for Progress, along with other sustainability food pioneers, such as ICA, Max and Oatly, will provide quick feedback to researchers about what works in practice that will move sustainable food consumption from niche to mainstream.Read more..
Meet Oumph! New award-winning plant-based food from Sweden at Just V Show in London
Food for Progress presents Oumph! at the Just V Show, which co-locates with The Allergy & Free From Show in London's Olympia 7-9 July. Stand: V105. Oumph!, which is made from soya beans, has increased a flow of new consumers to the plant-based food sector, both in retail and food service. In 2016 Oumph! was awarded Food Product of the Year by the Swedish Grocers Federation.Read more..
Oumph! won “Nicest New Product” in Norwegian The Nice Awards
Swedish food company Food for Progress won the “Nicest New Product” category with their Pulled Oumph! product in The Nice Awards, Norway's first vegan competition. The prize was awarded on Saturday at the Oslo Vegetarian Festival.Read more..
Oumph! New award-winning plant-based food from Sweden at IFE 2017
Oumph! is a new mouth-watering food from the plant kingdom. Food for Progress presents Oumph! at IFE, International Food & Drinks Event, London 19-22 March. Stand: S3022a. Oumph! was awarded 'Food Product of the Year' in 2016 by the Swedish Grocers Federation. Oumph! increased the category growth in retail by 24% in Sweden over the past year.Read more..
Oumph! awarded the 2016 Grocery of the Year
On Thursday evening (6 October), the Oumph! concept from Food for Progress took home the 2016 Grocery of the Year award.Read more..
A playful, ambitious approach to societal challenges earns Food for Progress the 2015 Food Industry Award
Food for Progress Scandinavia wins the Food Industry Award for launching their product Oumph! with a playful yet ambitious approach. Keeping a close eye on societal challenges, an interdisciplinary team has approached sustainability with both respect and ambition.Read more..