Plant-Based Meat Company Heura Expands to Mexico


VegWorld Magazine

October 11, 2021


Mediterranean plant-based meat company Heura has launched in Mexico, offering its 100% plant-based products in Walmart, City Market, Fresko, and La Comer. Founded in 2017 by food activists Marc Coloma and Bernat Añaños, Heura’s expansion to Mexico is poised to further accelerate the protein transition in the country’s rapidly growing plant-based protein market.


Offering a range of four unique SKUs, Heura is committed to providing healthier, more sustainable options that allow the people of Mexico to celebrate their favorite recipes and traditions in new and elevated ways. Heura’s plant-based chicken bites and strips, burgers, and meatballs (exclusive to City Market Group) will all be available throughout the country, offering all of the benefits of animal-meat without the extensive health, climate, and animal concerns.  


“With nearly 130 million people living in Mexico, we recognize the power of its people to change the food system into one that’s designed to protect the things we all love: the planet, people, and animals,” said Food Activist and Heura CEO Mark Coloma. “Our goal is to provide a product that allows kitchens across Mexico to remain the heart of the house that embraces and celebrates traditions, but in a new and improved way that promotes a healthier and more sustainable future.”


Heura’s rapid expansion comes at a time when the plant-based sector as a whole is expected to reach a staggering $480.43 billion globally by 2024, according to a recent report from BIS research.


Mexico’s plant-based market is anticipated to reach 198 million euros by 2023, according to Nielsen Scantrack...