Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Peas Please and planet-saving diets

The latest episode of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie's content editor Matt Mace explore the rising popularity of veganism to help save the planet, featuring exclusive interviews with PwC, BOL Foods and Soylent.

The episode features three exclusive interviews, all exploring the alternative protein market. Images: BOL Foods and Soylent

The episode features three exclusive interviews, all exploring the alternative protein market. Images: BOL Foods and Soylent

The Sustainable Business Covered podcast reaches episode 70 at a time where numerous retailers and food and drink manufacturers are pivoting business decisions in order to capture the booming opportunity of the alternative protein market.

During the episode, content editor Matt deliver three exclusive interviews. First up, he speaks to BOL foods founder Paul Brown, to see how the business tweaked its entire food offering based on the devastating impact.

Following that, US-based Soylent’s VP of product development & innovation Julie Daoust discussed how the company’s meal replacement drinks, including the new Vanilla flavour launch, are meshing with the firm’s overall sustainability ambitions.

Finally, edie gets and update from PwC’s corporate sustainability director Bridget Jackson, who provides an update on the company’s pledge to increase spend on vegetables sold in the Social Co. restaurants inside PwC’s UK offices from a 2017 baseline of 15% to 25%, by 2020, as part of the Peas Please campaign.

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