Food Science for a Healthier World with Julie Emsing Mann

This month’s feature is a discussion with Julie Emsing Mann, Global Plant Protein Program Manager for Ingredion. Julie is an all-star within the plant-based food movement, combining her passion for a healthier world with a valuable skill-set in food science. She participated in multiple panels as part of the business forum at Plant Based World…

Dawn of a New Day for Animal Agriculture with Josh Balk

TPBW recently had the opportunity to speak with Josh Balk, who is the VP of Farm Animal Protection for the Humane Society of the United States and also serves on the Plant Based World Advisory Council. Josh and his team at HSUS saw their hard work pay off as Proposition 12 passed in California with…

EAT FOR THE PLANET Podcast with Ben Davis of Plant Based World

Ben Davis, Content & Communications Director of Plant Based World Conference & Expo, recently sat down with Nil Zacharias of One Green Planet and Eat For The Planet to discuss PBW and the mission to bring the plant-based movement to a mainstream audience. Click Here to Listen to the Full Conversation About Ben Davis Ben developed the…

LIVEKINDLY: Plant Based World Set to Make 2019 Debut in New York City

Thanks to the great team at LiveKindly for the write-up on the announcement of Plant Based World Conference & Expo, coming to the Javits Convention Center in NYC in June of 2019. The first Plant Based World Conference & Expo will take place over two days in June 2019 at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center….

FORBES: Wild Earth Pet Food; a Clean Alternative for Our Animal Friends

If you consider the abysmal quality of much of the commercially produced meat that is served to human beings these days, it is difficult to imagine the quality of the meat that has been deemed “unfit for human consumption”, and therefore used for pet food. Wild Earth has a solution. Forbes reports that Wild Earth is hard…

MEATPOULTRY: Tyson Foods Invests in Cultured Meat Company

Tyson Foods joins Cargill, Bill Gates and Richard Branson by investing in Memphis Meats – a company that grows meat products in a lab from animal cells. While cultured meat is not technically plant-based, it is certainly an interesting space to watch as society continues to shift away from traditional animal agriculture towards more cruelty-free options….