Lee Cooper, Founder/CEO of Barvecue, vegetarian of over 30 years and most recently full-vegan, talks to us about the history of Barvecue and its planned launch of the world’s largest plant-based smokehouse.
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During the last few years, the plant-based sector of our economy has experienced exponential growth. While the advantages of adopting a plant-based diet are nothing new to the millions of vegans who have long-since embraced a cruelty-free lifestyle, there has been a steep learning curve for veg-curious consumers who are intrigued by the potential health benefits.
Many of us seek to live better lives through healthy eating. How we go about it is unique to our lifestyle and beliefs. For Margarita Restrepo, living better did not stop with changing her own ways. She set out to educate her community and the world about the connection between eating, our health and the planet.
They say necessity is the mother of invention and Tara Fisher-Muñoz was very much a mom in need of a solution for her daughter who suffered from allergies. Many parents can relate with the frustration of watching as your little one suffers from skin irritation and not knowing which ingredient is causing it.
It seems change is the only constant in today’s unpredictable environment. The pandemic has forced many businesses to re-invent offerings in how customers can access their products. While, sadly, there have been many casualties and some businesses simply couldn’t pivot fast enough, we have seen a number of success stories.