Concerned that people are not making the connection between eating animals and the Coronavirus pandemic, Elysabeth wanted to talk to the plantbased business leaders who are working on a safer food supply for our future: plant-based meats. Tune in weekdays at 1p on the JaneUnChained News Network to hear from venture capitalists, CEOs, inventors, analysts, entrepreneurs, start-ups, and more.
Plantbased Business represents big money. Plant-based Business also represents the big solution to the meat and dairy industries that are crippling our health and our planet. We can all agree, as we stay home and cannot even travel to see loved ones in this strange time, that we need large-scale solutions to these industries as we pay a heavy, heavy cost on our health and the health of the planet during the Coronavirus, just as we have during other meat-borne pandemics.
So keep your finger on the pulse of the dynamic, plant-based, money-making business world! TUNE IN weekdays at 1p on JaneUnChained News Network for The Plantbased Business Hour with Elysabeth Alfano.
This week’s line-up was power-packed!
Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Firecracker and Powerhouse Rachel Konrad of Impossible Foods joins me on The Plantbased Business Hour to discuss Impossible Pork, the expected swift shift of consumer food trends and if an IPO in the future? Rachel also explains in great detail how studies show that people don’t like to have their food coming from dead carcasses.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Grammy Award Winning Baritone and Vegan Opera Singer Lucas Meachem talks about surviving as a performer when all performances are cancelled. Plus, he compares Coronavirus to the Spanish Flu of 1918 and talks about the increasing demands of opera: you have to do more than just sing!
Thursday, March 26. On The Plantbased Business Hour with Elysabeth Alfano, Dr. Dean Ornish, Father of Lifestyle Medicine and author of UnDo It on how hospitals are coping with Coronavirus, how to boost your immune system with a plant-based diet and on changing the healthcare system to be in the business of promoting health, rather than sickness.
How Are Vegan Restaurants Surviving During COVID-19 Crisis? Andrew Kalish of Sam & Gertie’s and Kāl’ish and Jennie Plasterer of Kitchen 17 are two of very few Chicago vegan restaurants which have not closed…in fact they have reinvented themselves, forging ahead with new business models to keep vegan food, their businesses and hope alive. Tune in to listen to these two business leaders braving the frontlines of Coronavirus!