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Eat For The Planet

Eat For The Planet

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Eat For The Planet

Eat For The Planet

Eat For The Planet

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Eat For The Planet features conversations with food industry leaders, health and sustainability experts, as well as entrepreneurs and creative minds who are redefining the future of food.

Latest Episodes

#125 - Renewal Mill: Fighting Climate Change With Upcycled Ingredients

Renewal Mill is a next-generation ingredient company that fights climate change and global food loss by upcycling byproducts from food manufacturing into premium ingredients and products. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/renewal-mill Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services

60 min2 w ago
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#125 - Renewal Mill: Fighting Climate Change With Upcycled Ingredients

#124 - Lupii: Offering a New Perspective on Protein

This episode features Isabelle Steichen, the co-founder and CEO of Lupii. Lupii makes tasty, sustainable, plant-based fuel that will keep you running like a boss. Whether you're vegetarian, vegan, or just plain awesome—eating Lupii is the perfect way to nourish your body while making mama nature proud in the process. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/lupii Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services

65 minAUG 27
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#124 - Lupii: Offering a New Perspective on Protein

#123 - Purpose-Powered Food in the Age of Pandemics and Social Unrest

This episode features Sadrah Schadel and Mike Woliansky, the co-founders of No Evil Foods, a company focused on impacting environmental sustainability, public health, and animal welfare through better food choices and offers a range of texture-rich and nutrient-dense Plant Meats made from organic & Non-GMO ingredients, sold nationwide in 100% compostable cartons. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/no-evil-foods-2 Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

67 minJUL 14
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#123 - Purpose-Powered Food in the Age of Pandemics and Social Unrest

#122 - Madeline Haydon on Leading in a Time of Uncertainty and Speaking up About Diversity

Madeline Haydon is the Founder and CEO of nutpods, the first food brand from Green Grass Foods Inc., an independent, natural foods manufacturer based in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to introducing dairy-free products from plant-based ingredients. Introduced in 2015, nutpods quickly found a loyal consumer base with vegan, vegetarian, Whole30, paleo, and keto consumers who appreciate a high quality, plant-based creamer in their coffee and tea. nutpods is sold at retail locations nationwide as well as online. Visitwww.nutpods.comfor more information. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/madelinehaydon2 Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

69 minJUN 30
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#122 - Madeline Haydon on Leading in a Time of Uncertainty and Speaking up About Diversity

#121 - PowerPlant Ventures: Dan Gluck on Accelerating the Plant-Based Food Revolution

Dan Gluck is a Managing Partner at Powerplant Ventures (“PPV”) and current Board Member of PPV portfolio companies, Your Super, Rebbl, Thistle and Jot Coffee. Powerplant Ventures is a growth equity fund investing in emerging consumer food, beverage, foodservice and food-tech companies. PPV provides capital, strategic guidance and operating expertise to visionary teams leading disruptive plant-centric brands. Notable portfolio companies include breakout brands such as Beyond Meat, Ripple Foods, Thrive Market, and Apeel Sciences. PPV is currently investing out of its second, $165M fund. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/powerplant-ventures Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

63 minMAY 26
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#121 - PowerPlant Ventures: Dan Gluck on Accelerating the Plant-Based Food Revolution

#120 - Miyoko Schinner on COVID-19 and the Unraveling of our Food System

Miyoko Schinner is the fearless CEO/founder of Miyoko’s, a food brand combining culinary traditions with food technology to revolutionize dairy by making cheese and butter without cows. Through an innovative proprietary process that merges food science with old-world creamery methods, Schinner has successfully scaled the production of fermented cheese and cultured butter made from plants. Under Schinner’s visionary leadership, Miyoko’s has replaced animal-dairy products on the shelves of more than 10,000 retailers nationwide including Target, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Kroger, and Safeway. In this episode Nil Zachariaschats with Miyoko Schinner about the COVID-19 crisisand what it is revealing about ourselves, factory farming, and how plant-based food startups can survive and thrive in the uncertain months and years ahead. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/miyoko Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

49 minMAY 7
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#120 - Miyoko Schinner on COVID-19 and the Unraveling of our Food System

#119 - Hälsa Foods: Yogurts Made of Whole Grain Oats and Zero BS

Hälsa Foods stands for healthier people and planet. The company was founded by Helena Lumme and Mika Manninen on their innovation of the new 100% clean plant-based platform. Hälsa makes America's only oat milk yogurt made from whole grain oats and the world's first dairy-free yogurt without a single artificial ingredient. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/halsa Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

68 minMAR 23
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#119 - Hälsa Foods: Yogurts Made of Whole Grain Oats and Zero BS

#118 - Before The Butcher: Going Beyond the Plant-Based Burger

Before the Butcher offers the market’s broadest choice of meat alternatives for the growing number of consumers who are reducing their consumption of meat products. The company’s UNCUT brand of plant meat is sold through both retail and foodservice channels. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/before-the-butcher Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

58 minMAR 17
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#118 - Before The Butcher: Going Beyond the Plant-Based Burger

#117 - Lettuce Grow: The Simple Way to Grow Healthy Food at Home

Founded by Jacob Pechenik and Zooey Deschanel, Lettuce Grow is on a mission to bring much-needed change to our food system and help people use fewer resources by growing healthier food at home. Lettuce Grow's self-watering, self-fertilizing hydroponic Farmstands are vertical vegetable gardens made from ocean-bound recycled plastic that make it easy and fun for everyone to grow fresh food, no matter their gardening knowledge or background. Lettuce Grow’s Farmstands provide a serious harvest while remaining accessible to the modern, busy lifestyle — finally making “grow your own” a viable path forward to a better food future for all. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/lettuce-grow Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

63 minMAR 9
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#117 - Lettuce Grow: The Simple Way to Grow Healthy Food at Home

#116 - Rebellyous Foods: Making Plant-Based Meat Affordable for All

Meatless for all is the mission of Rebellyous Foods. The Rebellyous team is designing new equipment and processes to make better tasting, more affordable plant-based meat so that people anywhere – and on any budget – can have delicious, plant-based meat that is better for them, better for the planet, and better for animals. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/rebellyous Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

44 minMAR 2
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#116 - Rebellyous Foods: Making Plant-Based Meat Affordable for All

Latest Episodes

#125 - Renewal Mill: Fighting Climate Change With Upcycled Ingredients

Renewal Mill is a next-generation ingredient company that fights climate change and global food loss by upcycling byproducts from food manufacturing into premium ingredients and products. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/renewal-mill Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services

60 min2 w ago
Comments
#125 - Renewal Mill: Fighting Climate Change With Upcycled Ingredients

#124 - Lupii: Offering a New Perspective on Protein

This episode features Isabelle Steichen, the co-founder and CEO of Lupii. Lupii makes tasty, sustainable, plant-based fuel that will keep you running like a boss. Whether you're vegetarian, vegan, or just plain awesome—eating Lupii is the perfect way to nourish your body while making mama nature proud in the process. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/lupii Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services

65 minAUG 27
Comments
#124 - Lupii: Offering a New Perspective on Protein

#123 - Purpose-Powered Food in the Age of Pandemics and Social Unrest

This episode features Sadrah Schadel and Mike Woliansky, the co-founders of No Evil Foods, a company focused on impacting environmental sustainability, public health, and animal welfare through better food choices and offers a range of texture-rich and nutrient-dense Plant Meats made from organic & Non-GMO ingredients, sold nationwide in 100% compostable cartons. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/no-evil-foods-2 Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

67 minJUL 14
Comments
#123 - Purpose-Powered Food in the Age of Pandemics and Social Unrest

#122 - Madeline Haydon on Leading in a Time of Uncertainty and Speaking up About Diversity

Madeline Haydon is the Founder and CEO of nutpods, the first food brand from Green Grass Foods Inc., an independent, natural foods manufacturer based in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to introducing dairy-free products from plant-based ingredients. Introduced in 2015, nutpods quickly found a loyal consumer base with vegan, vegetarian, Whole30, paleo, and keto consumers who appreciate a high quality, plant-based creamer in their coffee and tea. nutpods is sold at retail locations nationwide as well as online. Visitwww.nutpods.comfor more information. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/madelinehaydon2 Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

69 minJUN 30
Comments
#122 - Madeline Haydon on Leading in a Time of Uncertainty and Speaking up About Diversity

#121 - PowerPlant Ventures: Dan Gluck on Accelerating the Plant-Based Food Revolution

Dan Gluck is a Managing Partner at Powerplant Ventures (“PPV”) and current Board Member of PPV portfolio companies, Your Super, Rebbl, Thistle and Jot Coffee. Powerplant Ventures is a growth equity fund investing in emerging consumer food, beverage, foodservice and food-tech companies. PPV provides capital, strategic guidance and operating expertise to visionary teams leading disruptive plant-centric brands. Notable portfolio companies include breakout brands such as Beyond Meat, Ripple Foods, Thrive Market, and Apeel Sciences. PPV is currently investing out of its second, $165M fund. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/powerplant-ventures Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

63 minMAY 26
Comments
#121 - PowerPlant Ventures: Dan Gluck on Accelerating the Plant-Based Food Revolution

#120 - Miyoko Schinner on COVID-19 and the Unraveling of our Food System

Miyoko Schinner is the fearless CEO/founder of Miyoko’s, a food brand combining culinary traditions with food technology to revolutionize dairy by making cheese and butter without cows. Through an innovative proprietary process that merges food science with old-world creamery methods, Schinner has successfully scaled the production of fermented cheese and cultured butter made from plants. Under Schinner’s visionary leadership, Miyoko’s has replaced animal-dairy products on the shelves of more than 10,000 retailers nationwide including Target, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Kroger, and Safeway. In this episode Nil Zachariaschats with Miyoko Schinner about the COVID-19 crisisand what it is revealing about ourselves, factory farming, and how plant-based food startups can survive and thrive in the uncertain months and years ahead. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/miyoko Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

49 minMAY 7
Comments
#120 - Miyoko Schinner on COVID-19 and the Unraveling of our Food System

#119 - Hälsa Foods: Yogurts Made of Whole Grain Oats and Zero BS

Hälsa Foods stands for healthier people and planet. The company was founded by Helena Lumme and Mika Manninen on their innovation of the new 100% clean plant-based platform. Hälsa makes America's only oat milk yogurt made from whole grain oats and the world's first dairy-free yogurt without a single artificial ingredient. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/halsa Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

68 minMAR 23
Comments
#119 - Hälsa Foods: Yogurts Made of Whole Grain Oats and Zero BS

#118 - Before The Butcher: Going Beyond the Plant-Based Burger

Before the Butcher offers the market’s broadest choice of meat alternatives for the growing number of consumers who are reducing their consumption of meat products. The company’s UNCUT brand of plant meat is sold through both retail and foodservice channels. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/before-the-butcher Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

58 minMAR 17
Comments
#118 - Before The Butcher: Going Beyond the Plant-Based Burger

#117 - Lettuce Grow: The Simple Way to Grow Healthy Food at Home

Founded by Jacob Pechenik and Zooey Deschanel, Lettuce Grow is on a mission to bring much-needed change to our food system and help people use fewer resources by growing healthier food at home. Lettuce Grow's self-watering, self-fertilizing hydroponic Farmstands are vertical vegetable gardens made from ocean-bound recycled plastic that make it easy and fun for everyone to grow fresh food, no matter their gardening knowledge or background. Lettuce Grow’s Farmstands provide a serious harvest while remaining accessible to the modern, busy lifestyle — finally making “grow your own” a viable path forward to a better food future for all. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/lettuce-grow Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

63 minMAR 9
Comments
#117 - Lettuce Grow: The Simple Way to Grow Healthy Food at Home

#116 - Rebellyous Foods: Making Plant-Based Meat Affordable for All

Meatless for all is the mission of Rebellyous Foods. The Rebellyous team is designing new equipment and processes to make better tasting, more affordable plant-based meat so that people anywhere – and on any budget – can have delicious, plant-based meat that is better for them, better for the planet, and better for animals. More about this episode: https://eftp.co/rebellyous Learn how Eat For The Planet can help your brand: https://eftp.co/services Twitter: @nilzach

44 minMAR 2
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#116 - Rebellyous Foods: Making Plant-Based Meat Affordable for All
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