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Fable Food partners with Wagamama to launch new meat-free dishes
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May 28, 2024

Fable Food partners with Wagamama to launch new meat-free dishes

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  • Fable Food, an Australian startup using shiitake mushrooms to develop plant-based meat analogs, has partnered with UK-based Asian restaurant chain Wagamama to launch four new meat-free dishes.

  • The menu options made with Fable’s Pulled Shiitake include Pulled Shiitake Koyo Bowl, Pulled Shiitake Crispy Otsumami, Crispy Pulled Shiitake Saku Saku Soba and Edamame, Truffle, and Pulled Shiitake Gyoza.

  • Analyst QuickTake: This partnership follows Fable Food’s USD 8.5 million Series A round in February 2023. Available in Australia, Canada, the UK, and Singapore, Fable’s meat alternatives are made using the mushroom body instead of the more commonly used mycelium (fungi root).

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