French company cracked making vegan eggs

Founders Sheryline Thavisouk and Philippine Soulères with a Merveilloeuf

We have vegan camembert, vegan burgers and even vegan ham and bacon... now the first vegan eggs have been created by two French biochemistry students.

Sheryline Thavisouk and Philippine Soulères, both 25, were studying at the Ecole de Biologie Industrielle in Cergy-Pontoise near Paris in 2017 when they realised vegans they knew said eggs were the food they missed the most.

They created their first prototype vegan egg and went on to make 50 more ...

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