In our informal weekly podcast we cover all the interesting news that catches our eye in food, agtech, vertical farming, sustainability and New York hospitality. We interview guests who have a connection to the food system, who push for a better food world, and who we find to be interesting folks!
This week's episode on the Farm.One Podcast, Rob, Michael, and Ina chat about the latest news in the vertical farming and food industry. Plant based food markets are growing, like meat and plant milks. Is it a trend or are plant based milks here to stay?
We chat more about sustainability and how it's becoming more of a necessity. We came across Chop Value, a company that is redefining waste and takes used chopstick to make furniture products.
To read more about some of the news shared in this week's episode, check out some of the links below.
Founder of Odwalla and Califia passes away
Oatly files for IPO and partners with Starbucks
Danone looks to grab more coffee creamer sales with launch of plant-based Honest to Goodness brand
VP Harris - Vegan before 6PM
Relief bill is most significant legislation for Black farmers since Civil Rights Act
$5 billion would go to farmers of color, who have lost 90 percent of their land over the past century because of systemic discrimination and a cycle of debt