Side hustle: vegan food company creates 'ribs' with edible bones
The Guardian|August 18, 2023
Plant-based pork ribs with a twist edible vegan bones - will soon make their debut on diners' plates, a vegan food company has announced.
Damian Carrington
Side hustle: vegan food company creates 'ribs' with edible bones

The idea of the edible bones, produced by Juicy Marbles, began with the manufacturer wanting the bones to be compostable, but then realising they could also be eaten. The first products will be available from the end of August in the UK, EU and US.

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