Reduction Raider breaks bread with Aria Beheshtaein founder of B'liev.
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by Laura Gaga
1M ago
Aria Beheshtaein is founder of B’liev, a new plant-based, protein shake available in three unusual, but utterly delicious flavours: Blueberry Muffin, Cookies & Cream and Chocolate Brownie. Packed with protein and fibre, and fortified with vitamins and minerals, B’liev delivers much more than hydration and great taste, and encourages us all to believe that anything is possible, we just have to believe in ourselves. Web: https://bliev.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlievOfficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blievofficial/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@blievofficial Linked ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with Robert Straw of Action Against Food Poverty.
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by Laura Gaga
7M ago
Hey my name is Robert Straw and in March this year I founded Action Against Food Poverty, which is a Saturday morning walk in London supporting not only our homeless friends with food and supplies but others such as students, single parents, unemployed and many other social groups that finding it hard to access decent food and other necessities of life. We use food as a catalyst for conversation as emotional contact and support is just as important as the food we serve to our friends. After spending time talking to them we want to come away with our friends feeling in a much better place menta ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with Suzy Holding & Lisa Harmer of Best Before Cafe & Food Rescue Hun.
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
Suzy Holding & Lisa Harmer of Best Before Cafe and Food Rescue Hub in North Hertfordshire. Both our nonprofit organisations rescue surplus food to ensure no good food goes to waste. Best Before Cafe, run entirely by volunteers, works out of one shop and serves the community in Letchworth Garden City. Food Rescue Hub is an eco-community that has 3 market style pop up outlets at sites in Hitchin, Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage. Though the Cafe and the Hub work in different ways, both teams are passionate about environment and people. This brings us together ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with Toni Vernelli
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
Toni Vernelli, International Head of Communications and Marketing, Veganuary The daughter of a butcher from a small town in Northern Canada, Toni gave up meat in her teens when she learned that we can live and be healthy without it. Now vegan for more than 30 years, she believes passionately that we need a mass shift towards plant-based eating and is proud to be part of an organisation fuelling this change. She also holds a PhD in Animal Behaviour. www.veganuary.com @weareveganuary ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with Fatti Tarkleman.
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
Fatima “Fatti” Tarkleman is a zero-waste, British migrant chef of mixed African-Asian descent. She has special interests in cross-cultural cooking that prioritises sustainability, inclusivity, and local produce, while representing her London upbringing and the flavours of her heritage. Fatima works as a private chef, workshop facilitator, recipe writer, and content creator. She embraces innovative ways of using age-old techniques to make delicious food, putting care for people, their stories, and nature at the heart of her practice. @foodventures_with_fatti ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with Ellen Tout.
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
Ellen Tout is a sustainability writer passionate about helping us reduce food waste. After writing about sustainability for many years, she became fascinated by compleating – eating all edible parts of fruits, vegetables and herbs. Ellen's debut book, The Complete Book of Vegan Compleating, is out now and shows us how to make the most of our ingredients, save money, have fun with food and reduce food waste by compleating. For more, see ellentout.com @ellen_tout @compleatly_vegan ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with James Barthorpe and Paul Simpson of Food Circle Supermarket
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
Food Circle Supermarket is an online surplus food retailer, specialising in healthy and high protein snacks for people who like to live healthy for less while helping to reduce food waste. The co-founders, Paul Simpson and James Barthorpe, started the company in 2018 and have sold hundreds of thousands of items that may have otherwise gone to waste, to customers across the UK. Based in South Yorkshire, Paul and James have a professional background in the surplus food industry spanning over seven years, and use this experience to work with brands and manufacturers to provide a home for their su ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with Lisa Jones, cofounder of The People's Pantry.
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
The People’s Pantry is a refill delivery service and mobile shop operating through an e-commerce site and a repurposed vintage milk float called Ernie. They supply packaging-free pantry, eco-cleaner and bathroom essentials, all vetted for their sustainability credentials, to eight postcodes in North London. Lisa Jones set up The People’s Pantry in August 2021 with her husband, Stephen. It brings together their respective backgrounds as a Food & Drink PR and journalist and he an IT consultant; and was launched to make reducing plastic use convenient, simple and fun. The People’s Pantry is f ..read more
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Reduction Raider breaks bread with Olivia Eneje of The Little Coffee Company.
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
The Little Coffee Company is an ethical, social enterprise company. The Little Coffee Company is on a mission to nurture and empower women in rural farming creating happier lives through coffee. Working with SolarAid, 20p per tin of the profit that they make goes back to the farmers and also goes towards building solar lamps for the community. @littlecoffeecompany www.littlecoffeecompany.com ..read more
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Reduction Raider Breaks Bread with Ellora Torchia of The Arty Vegan.
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by Laura Gaga
1y ago
The arty vegan are, father and daughter culinary duo who have been vegan for over thirty years, bringing fresh, handmade, eco-conscious, low impact goods to food-lovers across London. They specialise in the sustainable uses of the soya bean, and focus on producing high quality, vegan, deli-style foods, using an artisanal craft approach and strive to be completely zero waste. In essence, the arty vegan is a vegan local London business, but at its' heart there food is made for everyone www.theartyvegan.com @theartyvegan ..read more
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