On this week's episode of the Coffee Sprudgecast, Build-Outs of Coffee boosters and Sprudge co-founders Zachary Carlsen and Jordan Michelman sip Yes Plz Coffee while discussing new cafes in London, England; North Canaan, Connecticut; Kalamazoo, MI; and Quito, Ecuador. Build-Outs of Coffee season may be over but you can always register cafes for free at Sprudge Maps! This episode of the Coffee Sprudgecast is sponsored by Pacific Barista Series, Oatly, Straus Family Creamery, and DONA. The 2022 Build-Outs of Coffee is presented by La Marzocco, Dripos, Dona, and Mill City Roasters. Build-Outs of Coffee 2022 is sponsored by Pacific Barista Series, Acaia, and Marco Beverage Systems.
Welcome to The ohmTown Daily News Show (ODNS). The show is held live on https://www.twitch.tv/ohmTown/ at 6PM Eastern. I cover a selection of aggregated news articles and discuss them briefly with a perspective merging business, technology, and society. Episode: ohmTown Daily News Show for September 23rd, 2022. (Episode 266) Articles Discussed: https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/lawnerd/f/d/oberlin-college-will-pay-over-36m-to-bakery-that-alleged-school-aided-false-claim-of-racism/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/lawnerd/f/d/oberlin-college-will-pay-over-36m-to-bakery-that-alleged-school-aided-false-claim-of-racism/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/the-continuity-report/f/d/kenan-thompson-resumes-nationwide-talent-search-adding-virtual-reality-and-a-hologram-to-the-hunt-tv-news-roundup/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/the-continuity-report/f/d/kenan-thompson-resumes-nationwide-talent-search-adding-virtual-reality-and-a-hologram-to-the-hunt-tv-news-roundup/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/smacktalk/f/d/satechis-new-multiport-usb-c-dock-features-a-2-5g-ethernet-port/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/smacktalk/f/d/satechis-new-multiport-usb-c-dock-features-a-2-5g-ethernet-port/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/ofthebean/f/d/oatlys-big-idea-grant-for-coffee-is-back-and-bigger-than-ever/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/ofthebean/f/d/oatlys-big-idea-grant-for-coffee-is-back-and-bigger-than-ever/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/ofthegrape/f/d/here-are-the-winning-cocktails-from-the-2022-cognac-connection-challenge-and-the-bartenders-who-brought-them-to-life/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/ofthegrape/f/d/here-are-the-winning-cocktails-from-the-2022-cognac-connection-challenge-and-the-bartenders-who-brought-them-to-life/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/mobble/f/d/bumblebees-can-be-classified-as-fish-under-california-conservation-law-court-says/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/mobble/f/d/bumblebees-can-be-classified-as-fish-under-california-conservation-law-court-says/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/lawnerd/f/d/johnny-depp-dating-lawyer-who-represented-him-in-defamation-trial/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/lawnerd/f/d/johnny-depp-dating-lawyer-who-represented-him-in-defamation-trial/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/hatchideas/f/d/ether-is-down-almost-20-since-the-merge-heres-whats-going-on/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/hatchideas/f/d/ether-is-down-almost-20-since-the-merge-heres-whats-going-on/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/the-word-in-tech/f/d/first-single-crystal-organometallic-perovskite-optical-fibers/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/the-word-in-tech/f/d/first-single-crystal-organometallic-perovskite-optical-fibers/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/hatchideas/f/d/wharton-professor-jeremy-siegel-says-jerome-powell-is-making-one-of-the-biggest-policy-mistakes-in-the-feds-110-year-history-and-it-could-lead-to-a-major-recession/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/hatchideas/f/d/wharton-professor-jeremy-siegel-says-jerome-powell-is-making-one-of-the-biggest-policy-mistakes-in-the-feds-110-year-history-and-it-could-lead-to-a-major-recession/) https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/hatchideas/f/d/elon-musk-has-more-than-20-direct-reports-at-tesla-heres-who-they-are/ (https://www.ohmtown.com/groups/hatchideas/f/d/elon-musk-has-more-than-20-direct-reports-at-tesla-heres-who-they-are/)
Rinee Shah has a storied career in illustration and art direction. She is currently a Creative Director at Oatly, an illustrator with clients like the New York Times (!), and the author and illustrator of The Made-up Words Project, a visual dictionary of made-up language between friends and family, which was just the first of her multiple book deals. On today's episode, Rinee shares her journey as a creative from the moment she decided to call herself an 'Art Director' to being featured on the front page of The New York Times. She shares her story about going viral, and how that led to landing a book deal and literary agent whom she still works with today. Most importantly, she talks about the power of side projects and how putting yourself out there can help you find yourself creatively in more ways than one. I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did! MORE RINEE: Portfolio: rineeshah.com Instagram: instagram.com/rineeshah/ RINEE'S PUBLISHED WORKS: The Made-up Words Project OFF: The Day The Internet Died, written by Chris Colin LOL 101: A Kid's Guide to Writing Jokes (coming this Spring!) MORE CREATIVE JUICY: Michelle's Instagram: instagram.com/mich_wainwright/ Visit CreativeJuicyPodcast.com for show notes, transcripts and more. Say hello to Michelle: email@example.com
A strict new food traceability rule is set to become official on November 7, according to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), that will make it easier to trace foods that are often linked to foodborne illnesses. In this episode of the Xtalks Food Podcast, Sydney talks about which foods are considered high risk, the details of the new rule and the barcoding technology required to follow it. To make foods safer, the rule requires a detailed account of food origins and movements throughout production, processing and shipping, even as these foods are transformed into other food products or as other foods are added to them. The team wonder whether food producers still use old-fashioned paper-and-pencil methods of record keeping and whether this rule will be effective in preventing foodborne illness outbreaks. Also, in this episode, Sydney talks about some potential initial public offerings (IPOs) from food and beverage companies. While there have been far fewer IPOs this year compared to last year, several private food and beverage companies have been prepping to go public, and some may still do so in the second half of this year. She discusses three potential food IPOs, including Impossible Foods, Instacart and Chobani, as well as how some of last year's food IPOs have been performing. All three companies have delayed their IPOs due to market volatility, inflation and/or rising interest rates, but hope to become public by the end of the year or the beginning of next year. The team wonder whether Instacart has passed its pandemic peak and discuss the risks of going public versus remaining private. Read the full articles here:Here's How the FDA is Making it Easier to Trace FoodsPotential Food IPOs to Look Out For in 2022For more food and beverage industry content, visit the Xtalks Vitals homepage.Follow Us on Social Media Twitter: @XtalksFood Instagram: @Xtalks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Xtalks.Webinars/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/xtalks-webconferences YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/XtalksWebinars/featured
Það gekk illa að reka strætó frá flugvellinum á Akureyri í sumar svo fyrirtækið sem að því stóð, Sýsli - ferða- og ökukennsla, hefur ákveðið að hætta öllum slíkum tilraunum fram á næsta ár að minnsta kosti. Við heyrðum í eigandanum Jónasi Þór Karlssyni hér í upphafi þáttar. Auglýsingar sænska matvörufyrirtækisins Oatly, sem framleiðir ýmis konar hafravörur, voru gagnrýndar harðlega í síðustu viku fyrir að vera á ensku. Nokkur þeirra sem gagnrýndu fyrirtækið sögðu auglýsinguna ólöglega - auglýsingar sem höfða eigi til íslenskra neytenda eigi að vera á íslensku. Við ræddum við Önnu Kristínu Kristjánsdóttur, formann Sambands íslenskra auglýsingastofa. Formaður BHM sagði um helgina að ráðningar hátt settra embættismanna án auglýsingar geti grafið undan trausti til stjórnsýslunnar - og formaður skipulags- og eftirlitsnefndar sagði að nefndin taki að öllum líkindum slíkar ráðningar fyrir á fundi sínum. Þrír af fjórum ráðuneytisstjórum sem skipaðir hafa verið á þessu ári voru fluttir til í starfi úr öðrum embættum og sömu sögu er að segja um stöðu þjóðminjavarðar, sem skipað hefur verið í án auglýsingar. Við ræddum við Anitu Elefsen, formann félags íslenskra safna og safnamanna. Um helgina hafa málefni Fjölbrautarskólans á Suðurlandi verið í deiglunni eftir tilkynningu skólameistarans, Olgu Lísu Garðarsdóttur, þess efnis að kynferðisbrot hefði átt sér stað innan veggja skólans en báðir aðilar ættu þó rétt á að mæta áfram í skólann þar til dómur félli í málinu og það myndi reynast báðum aðilum þungt. Skólanefnd FSU hefur sömuleiðis gefið út yfirlýsingu þess efnis að stjórnendum og nefndinni hafi þarna fatast flugið og hafa viðurkennt mistök í málinu en nýjustu vendingar í því eru að drengurinn sem grunaður er um kynferðisbrotið komi ekki til með að mæta að minnsta kosti enn um sinn. Svona mál eru flókin, kynferðisbrot í litlum samfélögum á borð við skólastofnanir eða vinnustaði, og okkur leikur hugur á að vita hvernig hægt sé að taka ákvarðanir í þeim án þess að skerða mannréttindi eða valda óþarfa sársauka. Steinunn Gyðu- og Guðjónsdóttir talskona Stígamóta var gestur okkar um átta. Greint var frá því á dögunum að vinnustaðaeftirlit ASÍ hafi það sem af er þessum mánuði sent mansalsteymi lögreglu þrjár tilkynningar um meint brot á kjarasamningum. Slíkum brotum hafi fjölgað samhliða auknum umsvifum í atvinnulífinu eftir faraldurinn. Við ræddum við Sögu Kjartansdóttur, verkefnastjóra vinnustaðaeftirlits hjá ASÍ, um stöðu þessara mála, launaþjófnað og mansal. Við fórum síðan yfir íþróttir helgarinnar í lok þáttar.
Vly, Ankerkraut, 3Bears – noch nie gab es so viele Food Start-Ups wie heute. Doch die meisten scheitern gnadenlos am härtesten Türsteher: den Einzelhändlern Edeka, Rewe und Co. Nicolas Hartman von Vly gibt Tipps, wie Food Start-ups erfolgreich werden.***Eins von 5 Vly-Probierpaketen gewinnen? Einfach eine eMail an firstname.lastname@example.org senden.***Diese Folge von Digitale Optimisten ist genau die Richtige für dich, wenn Du wissen willst, wie man eine vegane Lebensmittelmarke aufbaut. Mein Interviewgast, Nicolas Hartmann von Vly, hat nicht nur eine faszinierende persönliche Geschichte, er teilt auch mit uns das Schritt-für-Schritt Playbook, mit dem er seine vegane Milchalternative deutschlandweit in die Supermärkte gebracht hat. Zur Nachahmung wärmstens empfohlen.Ganz zu Beginn sprechen wir darüber, wie sein größter persönlicher Rückschlag zu einer völligen Neuorientierung in Nicolas' Leben geführt hat und wie Nicolas mit Höhle der Löwen die Megawachstumsrakete gezündet hat.Und - für mich mit einer der spannendsten Teile des Gesprächs: Nicolas teilt eine seiner Geschäftsideen, die er machen würde, wenn er nicht busy mit Vly wäre.***Abonniere den kostenlosen Newsletter mit smarten Geschäftsideen, die du sonst nirgendwo findest auf www.digitaleoptimisten.de ***Digitale Optimisten unterstützen:5 Sterne Review auf Apple Podcasts oder SpotifyDeinen 3 schlausten Freunden von diesem Podcast erzählenNewsletter auf www.digitaleoptimisten.de abonnieren***Feedback und Gästewünsche an: email@example.com.
In dieser monthly Heinemann Folge, mit Starinvestor Florian Heinemann, haben wir mit Tobias Matzke einen Gastsprecher für die ersten 15 Minuten, der uns mehr Gründe für das Aus von AO.com im Deutschen Markt erklärt. Ein Mann vom Fach! Außerdem reden wir über Wish, Oatly, Beyond Meat, die Aussichten von Zalando und seine eigene Risikopräferenz als privater vs. professioneller Investor. AO.com Folge vom Juni: https://www.kassenzone.de/ao-com-rueckzug-vc-stimmung-stitch-fix-lululemon-monthly-heinemann/ Oatly Zahlen: https://investors.oatly.com/news-releases/news-release-details/oatly-reports-second-quarter-2022-financial-results Community: https://kassenzone.de/discord Feedback zum Podcast? Mail an firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer: https://www.kassenzone.de/disclaimer/ Alexander Graf: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandergraf/ https://twitter.com/supergraf Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/KassenzoneDe/ Blog: https://www.kassenzone.de/ E-Commerce Buch: https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/3866413076/ Tassen kaufen: http://www.tassenzone.com
Our guest today is Clément Pointillart, Executive Director at Verlinvest. Verlinvest is an international, evergreen investment company with over €2bn assets under management backed by families who have together built some of the world's largest consumer brands.Their portfolio includes Oatly, Who Gives a Crap, Vita Coco and Hint. Clement leads the Verlinvest US office and am part of the Consumer Products and Retail practice. We discuss how he examines brand equity, if product differentiation really matters, and how he thinks about grocery distribution strategy. Without further ado, here's Clement. What attracted you to consumer investing? How did you end up joining Verlinvest? How do you evaluate if a company has brand equity? And how do you spot and predict a consumer trend early? Product differentiation Only long-lasting How do you analyze product differentiation? Does it matter? How do you think about distribution? Even though conventional grocery is introducing organic/better for you options, does it make sense for all better for you products to go into conventional grocery? What are categories that you're particularly excited about? What are signs that a premium product could achieve mass adoption? How do you analyze price for better-for-you products and if they are priced properly? How should a brand focus on international expansion? Mission that is clear, authentic, and bring in status quo When does it make sense to What does a successful outcome look like to you? Does a brand have to have a mission in order for you to be interested? People spending more time at home, purchasing an e-bike What are the differences between VC and growth equity investing? What's one thing you would change about growth investing?
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/e2rLG_AOaL4 The FDA and Lyons Magnus LLC have extended the recall of variously branded foods due to contamination with not only cronobacter sakazakii but also an additional bacterium clostridium botulinum. Cronobacter infections are rare and most dangerous for those with weakened immune defenses. Clostridium bacterial infection is a severe form of food poisoning with neurologic consequences including vision problems, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, and ultimately respiratory paralysis and death. The brands involved include: Lyons Barista Style, Lyons Ready Care, Cafe Grumpy, Tone It Up, Uproot, Organic Valley, Sated, Aloha, Rejuvenate, Optimum Nutrition, Sweetie Pie Organics, Intelligensia,m Ensure Harvest, Pediasure Harvest, Glucerna Original, Kate Farms, Pirq, Oatly, Premier Protein, MRE, Stumptown, and Imperial. If you have any of these brands, contact the Lyons Recall Support Center at 1-800-627-0557 or visit its website at lyonsmagnus.com to find out whether your specific product is affected by this recall. If you have a recalled product, return it to the point of purchase for a refund. https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/lyons-magnus-expands-voluntary-recall-include-additional-nutritional-and-beverage-products-due #lyonsbarista #bacteria #cronobacter #clostridium #infection #recall lyonsbarista, bacteria, cronobacter, clostridium, infection, recall
Daniel Castro is the founder and creative lead of Sky Pie, a design-driven motion studio based in Brooklyn. Blending live action video, stop motion and animation, they create a secret sauce they call... fun. Sky Pie has canoodled with a broad range of clients like Pepsi, Spotify, Oatly and Fendi and, as I mention in this conversation, it is impossible not to smile when experiencing Sky Pie's work. On today's episode, Daniel tells us about the Rube Goldberg competition he won in high school, shares his perspective on collaboration when it comes to delivering great client work, and gives us a behind-the-scenes look at creating some recent work for Pepsi x KFC and Spotify, specifically. Click the links below to see the magic we're talking about! WORK DISCUSSED: Pepsi x KFC: skypie.co/pepsikfc Spotify x Fletcher: skypie.co/spotifyfletcher MORE SKY PIE: Instagram: instagram.com/skypie/ Website: skypie.co/ MORE CREATIVE JUICY: Michelle's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mich_wainwright/ Visit CreativeJuicyPodcast.com for show notes, transcripts and more. Say hello to Michelle: email@example.com
Ep 19! Hey, dudes! We're headed to the ranch for a TOPO CHICO HARD SELTZER + RANCH WATER FLIGHT with author TRACY DAWSON! We talk clean water gratitude, bean deliveries, dog water, hangovers vs hair of the dog, Oatly media shade, plus is Swiss Miss a Swish or Miss? And SO much more!
KEINE ANLAGEBERATUNG ----LINKS---- Alle offiziellen Links: https://www.mauerstrassenwetten.de Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/mauerstrassenwetten/ Shop: https://mauerstrassenwetten.myspreadshop.de/ ----TIMESTAMPS---- (01:20) Alles wird aus Haferlich gemacht? (13:58) Beamer, Benz or Bentley? (28:00) wie erlebst du den Bärenmarkt als junger Anleger? (41:00) Value vs. Tech: AMGsoons Philosophie Stunde (53:40) Wo ist denn die Inspiration? Wo sind die VR-Brillen?(01:20) Alles wird aus Haferlich gemacht?
Thank you Oksana Stowe for the introduction to our guest today, Susan Lin. Susan is a Partner at Felix Capital. Felix Capital is one of the premier consumer investors based in the UK. Some of their investments include Goop, Oatly, Peloton, Seller X. We discuss what consumer-driven means and how that's even spilled over to B2B, difference when scaling a european company vs. U.S., what are real competitive advantages for companies, and why Felix recently raised $600 million What was your attraction to entrepreneurship and venture capital? How do you think about investing in consumer-driven companies today? What do you think about How do you spend your time? Do you have a thesis? Congratulations on raising $600m! We've seen this trend in consumer that as funds get larger and larger, investing in consumer brands becomes less of a focus. Will this be the case with Felix? Why did you decide to join Felix Capital? What's different about the European venture ecosystem vs. U.S.? What are your thoughts on the fundraising market of today? Where are some of the trends and opportunities you're seeing in Europe? What do you make of this current market? What's one thing you would change about VC? What's one book that has inspired you personally and one that inspired you professionally?When breath becomes air What's the best piece of advice that you've received?Authentic self
Help create the next Tesla: That's the goal of the biggest climate bill in the history of the climate, which just passed. Newsletter startup Axios just sold for $525M because Lean Media gets Fat Checks. And Oatly sales keep pumping, but its stock isn't because it may be the Martyr of Alt-Milk. $OTLY $TSLA Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Some consider oat milk the GOAT milk. But Oatly's stock is down 80%. Why? Plus: Amazon's army of robot vacuums, Cali's DMV takes on Tesla, and… space chorizo? Join our hosts Jacob Cohen and Rob Litterst as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so that you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/?utm_source=hustle-daily-podcast&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=show-notes Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). The Hustle Daily Show is brought to you by The Hustle in partnership with HubSpot Podcasts.
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/pQGyCcgjBik The FDA and Lyons Magnus LLC now recall variously branded and flavored drinks. These include: Lyons Ready Care Dairy and Nutritional Drinks; Lyons Barista Style beverages; Pirq chocolate, vanilla, caramel and strawberry drinks; Lucerna chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry drinks, Aloha protein drinks, Intelligentsia coffee and oat latte; Kate Farms pediatric vanilla, Oatly oat milk barista; Premier Protein chocolate, vanilla, and cafe latte drinks, MRE protein shakes; Stumptown cold brew coffees; and Imperial nutritional and dairy drinks. These products are contaminated with Cronobacter sakazakii. This bacterium causes bacterial infections manifest by fever, vomiting, and urinary tract infections particularly in frail or immunocompromised persons. If you have any of these products, don't consume them and return them to the place of purchase for a refund. For more information, call the Lyons Recall Support Center at 1-800-627-0557. https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/lyons-magnus-voluntarily-recalls-53-nutritional-and-beverage-products-due-potential-microbial #lyons #drinks #cronobacter #infection #recall
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen der Finanzjournalist Holger Zschäpitz und Tech-Ikone Philipp Klöckner über das nächste große Politik-Risiko für die Märkte, Massenentlassungen bei Robin Hood und den Rücktritt des Bitcoin-Jüngers. Außerdem geht es um Zalando, Rheinmetall, Symrise, Uber, AirBnB, Robinhood, Paypal, Oatly, Teamviewer, Mercado Libre, Lufthansa, Apple, Tesla, AMD, Intel, Micron, Nvidia, Broadcom, Qualcom, NXP, Texas Instruments, Albermale, Livent, 3M, Dupont, Emerson Electric, Nike, Starbucks, Wolfspeed, LVMH, Hermes, Kering, Adidas, Moncler, Puma, Richemont, Remy Contreaux, VW, Mercedes, BMW, Airbus, ASML, Infineon, Rio Tinto, Anglo American, Merck, Astrazeneca, Atlas Copco, Kone, SKF, Knorr Bremse, WisdomTree Cloud Computing ETF (WKN: A2PQVE), WisdomTree Cybersecurity (WKN: A2QGAH). Wir freuen uns an Feedback über firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
Kann man auf Heizkosten hedgen? Warum läuft der breite S&P 500 besser als der Nasdaq? Haben wir einen Einzelhandel Crash? Warum gibt ein keine Preisdiskriminierung bei Versandkosten? Kann man mit einer Livecam in einer Touristenstadt Geld verdienen? Warum macht Tiffany Schmuck für Crypto Punk NFT Besitzer und zerstören Andreessen Horowitz ihren Ruf? Pip schaut sich die Earnings Zahlen von Pinterest und Uber an und gibt kurze Predictions zu Paypal, Airbnb, Robinhood, Datadog, Block und Cloudflare. Pip freut sich über seinen Oatly Short. Wir freuen uns auf euch um 21 Uhr auf Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/doppelgaengerio Philipp Glöckler (https://twitter.com/gloeckler) und Philipp Klöckner (https://twitter.com/pip_net) sprechen heute über: (00:02:45) Heizkosten (00.08:30) Tech vs S&P500 (00:18:30) Bill Ackmann shortet Visa (00:27:00) Ccommerce Paketkosten (00:31:00) community frage Webcam monetarisieren (00:34:00) NFT (00:41:00) Pinterest Earnings (00:49:00) Uber (01:01:00) Earnings expectations: Paypal, AirBnb, Robinhood, Block, Sauare (01:04:00) cloud earnings (01:09:30) Oatly Shownotes: Wie performt der S&P 495 (SP500 ohne GAFAM) https://twitter.com/pip_net/status/1554380467398483968 **Doppelgänger Tech Talk Podcast** Doppelgänger & Friends auf Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/doppelgaengerio Sheet https://doppelgaenger.io/sheet/ Earnings & Event Kalender https://www.doppelgaenger.io/kalender/ Disclaimer https://www.doppelgaenger.io/disclaimer/ Post Production by Jan Wagener https://twitter.com/JanAusDemOff
In this episode, Denise and Shari have a conversation with Ashley Allen, Chief Sustainability Officer at Oatly, producer of oat-based dairy substitute products. They discuss the origins of the company, Oatly's rapid growth in the US, plus they take a deep dive into their farming and sustainability practices. For more information visit: www.ifc.org/climatebiz www.oatly.com
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ berichten die Wirtschafts- und Finanzjournalistinnen Anja Ettel und Inga Michler über eine Sturmwarnung und den verkorksten Start in die US-Berichtssaison, die nächste Krypto-Pleite und Zalando stemmt sich gegen den Trend. Außerdem geht es um Apple, Intel, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Marathon Oil, Valero Energy, Canoo, Twitter, Hugo Boss, Deutsche Telekom, Bitcoin, Beyond Meat, Oatly, Bayer, Deere, Merck KGaA, Strauss Group, Tyson Foods, Kroger, Ginko Bioworks, Kellogg, Gea Group, Pictet Nutrition (A0X8VA), Rize Sustainable Future of Food ETF (A2P876), VanEck Sustainable Future of Food (WKN: A3C8QC). Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
In der Nachmittagsfolge begrüßen wir heute Rudolf Donauer, Co-Founder und CEO von Milano Vice, und sprechen mit ihm über die erfolgreiche Finanzierungsrunde in Höhe von 6 Millionen US-Dollar. Milano Vice ist Deutschlands erste virtuelle Pizzarestaurantkette. Das Pionier-Konzept im Food-Franchise adressiert die neuen Verbraucherinnen und Verbraucher der Generationen Y sowie Z und Personen, die nachhaltig produzierte Pizzen geliefert bekommen möchten. Milano Vice nutzt seine Daten- und Technologiekompetenzen, um Verbrauchersignale zu erkennen, die es zur Entwicklung trendgerechter Produkte und zur Optimierung der Zielgruppenansprache nutzt. Das Modell des Unternehmens bedient sich der Hebelwirkung von nicht ausgelasteten Küchenkapazitäten und konnte während einer sechsmonatigen Testphase bereits 25 Partner-Restaurants in Berlin, Hamburg und Köln unter Vertrag nehmen. Laut Unternehmensangaben konnten viele der Partner bereits in der Pilotphase ihren Umsatz verdreifachen. Milano Vice wurde im Jahr 2022 von Dennis Murselovic und Rudolf Donauer in Berlin gegründet. In einer Finanzierungsrunde konnte das Pizza-Franchise nun 6 Millionen US-Dollar einsammeln. Das in New York ansässige Unternehmen Coefficient Capital hat die Runde angeführt. Zu seinen Portfoliounternehmen gehören u.a. Haus, Just Spices, Oatly, Hawthorne, Hydrant, Magic Spoon, Hodinkee, Sesame und Nom Nom. Der Wiener VC Speedinvest, der u.a. in Wefox, Tier und Bitpanda investiert hat, sowie der Bestandsinvestor CG Partners schlossen sich der Runde an. Zudem beteiligten sich Buisness Angels aus der Tech- und Gastgewerbebranche an der Finanzierung. Zu ihnen gehören u.a. CEO und Gründer der NUMA Group Christian Gaiser, der Gründer von Just Spices Ole Strohschnieder, der Gründer von Flash Coffee David Brunier, die drei Gründer des Logistik-Unicorns Sennder und die Branding-Agentur Studio Avanti. In den kommenden Monaten sollen weitere 100 Partner-Restaurant in das Milano Vice Ökosystem aufgenommen werden. One more thing wird präsentiert von OMR Reviews – Finde die richtige Software für Dein Business. Wenn auch Du Dein Lieblingstool bewerten willst, schreibe eine Review auf OMR Reviews unter https://moin.omr.com/insider. Dafür erhältst du einen 15€ Amazon Gutschein.
Have you ever noticed your daily caffeine fix tastes that little bit sweeter when you know the coffee has been ethically sourced?The term “direct trade” has cropped up all over the place in specialty coffee in recent years and, on the face of it, would seem to imply just that.But what does “direct trade” actually mean? And has anyone — let alone coffee farmers — really benefited from it?In the final episode of series 3, James takes Scott and Jools on a journey into how coffee actually gets traded. Chad Trewick from the Specialty Coffee Transaction Guide shares his first hand experience of being in the direct trade vanguard. Chris Kornman, author and Director of Education at The Crown, explains the rise of evangelists with the mantra of cutting out the middle men. And Erica Koss, co-author of the Specialty Coffee Association's sustainability course, reveals some of the limitations of the direct trade ideal.And, as a parting gift for the summer, James offers tips on how YOU can identify those roasters who are trying to do right by the farmer. —------What do you want to listen to in Series 4? Take five minutes to fill out our survey! https://bit.ly/3I2FPw8Join our Patreon to support the show! https://bit.ly/3vrispx Go on your own coffee adventures at home with the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine: https://bit.ly/3Ia8yy5Find your perfect roast with the Ikawa Home: https://bit.ly/3IdYVPc In North London? Check out Michaela's cafe, Bean and Brew: https://bit.ly/3IBqfrHFind the roasters who are trying to do right by the farmer on the Specialty Coffee Transaction Guide: https://bit.ly/3ItiFPBLearn more about the intricacies of coffee trading with Chris Kornman's book, Green Coffee: A guide for Roasters and Buyers (https://bit.ly/3Ilx7Jg) and also by visiting the Royal Coffee blog (https://bit.ly/3Au5FY5).Check out the Coffee Shop Innovation Expo, taking on the 19th and 20th October 2022: https://bit.ly/3yMba38Work with us at Adventures in Coffee! https://bit.ly/3Pdd1U8Follow our wonderful guests on LinkedIn! Chad Trewick (Specialty Coffee Transaction Guide): https://bit.ly/3uyc8gJChris Kornman (Royal Coffee): https://bit.ly/3yqMewuErika Koss (Co-author of SCA's acclaimed Coffee Sustainability course): https://bit.ly/3yq90EJTake a screenshot and tell your friends about Adventures in Coffee!Tag our Instagram handles:James Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0OJools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewScott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91
Pistachio milk startup Táche has big plans to take on Oatly and its ilk. Founder and CEO Roxana Saidi joined the Modern Retail Podcast and explained how. Táche has been on the market for a little less than two years, but it has already begun making a real dent. The company has sold over 1 million units and has expanded its retail and coffee shop footprint nationally. According to Saidi, things are just getting started. The first hurdle, according to Saidi, was making sure she could build a viable business. She knew that she had a good idea with pistachio milk, as it was made in a more sustainable process than other milk alternatives like almond milk. "In 2015, [California was] experiencing our worst drought on record," she said. "At the same time, 99% of almonds that are consumed in this country are grown in California, where the almond trees require and soak up more water for the state than the inhabitants of California." Conversely, pistachios, she said, "require 75% less water than almond trees." And thanks to her family's connections to pistachio farms in the Middle East, she was able to have a direct source to the main ingredient. But even with all this, pistachio milk was expensive to produce, especially for a startup making a small initial order. Saidi realized she had to make something many people could afford. "I knew that if Táche was going to be priced at $10 or above, it actually wasn't a product I was going to pursue," Saidi said. "That was my threshold." Ultimately, Saidi was able to get it down to $7.99, which meant the idea had legs. The next step was figuring out production. It's easy to have an idea, but you actually need people to buy it. So for four years, Saidi made inroads with food professionals in the hopes that she would gin up enough demand to land an initial purchase. As Saidi described it, she saw the success of cult alt-milk favorites like Oatly and realized she too could create buzz by getting hip coffeeshop pick-up. Pre-2020, Saidi was able to get many cafés interested. But then the pandemic hit and everything changed. This pushed Táche's launch to November 2020. And with many cafés still shut at the time, the Táche team had to reconsider ways to get more people to try the product. "So we had to get really creative through various channels to drive trial -- marketing opportunities, donating a little bit of product to shops, anything and everything," she said." Now that most stores are back open, Táche is seeing much of its growth in the food service space. Saidi said that the plan for this year is to continue to focus on that; currently, the company gets about 50% of its sales online direct-to-consumer and 50% through its retail and café partners. But next year is when Saidi is going to focus more on bigger retail expansion -- Táche has plans to launch with some national players in the fourth quarter of this year. Once that really gets going, Saidi has big plans for scale. "I think food service will be our primary revenue driver this year," she said. "Next year, it probably will actually turn into retail. And then retail will continue to be the primary revenue driver from there." All this being said, the alt milk space is not what it was five years ago. "There's no denying that alt milk fatigue has become a thing because of how many options [there are]," she said. "But I think what has worked really well for us is two primary differentiating factors: one is on the health side, and one is on the sustainability side."
I pulled together three of the top investors in food and ag from the Nordics for a fast-paced, spirit conversation on how they view and are investing in the future of food. We have Marika King from PINC representing corporate venture capital, Lauri Reuter from the Nordic FoodTech VC looking at the bridge between science and entrepreneurship, and Gustaf Brandberg from the family office of Gullspånge Invest Re:Food, which has an evergreen strucutre. I've done individual episodes with each of these investors diving into their backstory and investment thesis. Find those in the show links below. This conversation was recorded at Sweden FoodTech's Big Meet. Episode Transcript Related Links Interviews with other Nordic investors Marika King on Paulig's investment arm (PINC) Lauri Reuter on the Nordic FoodTech VC Gustaf Brandberg on Gullspång Invest's Re:Food Chromologics on fermenting natural red colors Nick's on the future of sweets Oatly's startup story with Founder Björn Öste Support the show for a few dollars every month by subscribing to our Substack
Once upon a time, the simple pleasures of a homemade cup of coffee would have been limited to those in Ethiopia's cool, wet mountain forest regions. Today, a multi-billion dollar global industry means we can sip on an espresso virtually anywhere in the world. But what about coffee's future? Scott, Jools and James embark on a mission into the unknown to each reveal an element of the magical and evolving world of coffee growing. The team (or most of them…) savour a specially brewed coffee alongside each story, all prepared on the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine. Scott talks genetics with World Coffee Research's Hanna Neuschwander as he takes us to the frontline of the battle to save coffee from climate change.James enlists the help of coffee processing specialist and fellow podcaster Lucia Solis to decipher what the latest bamboozling terms on our coffee bags actually mean.And Jools is joined by Jessy Luo as she whisks us away to one of the world's newest coffee-growing regions in a rather unexpected corner of the globe.What do F1 and Dolly the Sheep have to do with the future of coffee? Click 'download' to find out! — What do you want to listen to in Series 4? Take five minutes to fill out our survey! https://bit.ly/3I2FPw8Join our Patreon to support the show! https://bit.ly/3vrispx Go on your own coffee adventures at home with the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine: https://bit.ly/3Ia8yy5Find your perfect roast with the Ikawa Home: https://bit.ly/3IdYVPc Visiting Glasgow? Follow Perch and Rest on Instagram (https://bit.ly/3OH3zb8). Discover more about coffee genetics at World Coffee Research: https://bit.ly/39RuiTOLearn more about coffee and wine growing with Lucia Solis on her Making Coffee podcast: https://bit.ly/3z7dJ0j Find Jessy Luo, Chinese coffee specialist, on the interwebs: https://bit.ly/39TcUxITake a screenshot and tell your friends about Adventures in Coffee!Tag our Instagram handles:James Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0OJools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewScott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91
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Hydrogen. Helium. Tits. Tats. Closed circles. It's all discussed this week on the pod with Oratorio for Living Things cast member and singer-songwriter, Kirstyn Cae Ballard! Oratorio superfan Nick and audience proxy Jess are joined by Kirstyn to discuss her journey with the show, how it has affected her own music writing and perceptions of existence, and manifesting emails on the toilet. Recommendations for natural deodorant and lip masks are made and Oatly's oat tree “myth” is debunked! For more Oratorio news and creative updates from Kirstyn, follow her on Instagram @kirstyn.cae, and be sure to check out her music, including “Poltergeist” and the UPCOMING (July 1, hunnies) “Mine Again” by searching “Kirstyn Cae”!
Building a food company and transitioning to more sustainable agriculture takes time and requires more patient capital with a long-term view. Re:food is part of Gullspång Invest, a Swedish family office that operates with an evergreen structure. This means that they can invest for the long term without posing time constraints. Located in Stockholm and San Francisco, Re:Food invested early in some of the most successful food companies that have come out of the Nordics so far like Oatly and Nick's. The firm focuses on investing across four themes: alternative proteins & fats, regenerative farming, sustainable supply chains, and healthy diets. In this episode, Re:Food's Co-Founder Gustaf Brandberg shares the company's investment thesis, background, and vision for the future food system. Episode Transcript Related Links Oatly's Startup Story with Founder Bjorn Oste Nick's Startup Story with Founder Niclas Luthman Stockholm Resilience Center on supporting people and the planet More interviews with Nordic VCs Subscribe to the newsletter
Jools' investigation into this elusive coffee will leave your taste buds clamouring for the sweet and fruity notes of Blue Mountain Coffee… When was the last time you encountered Jamaican coffee in your favourite cafe? Chances are, unless you frequent the high-end establishments of Mayfair (or happen to be royalty), the answer may well be "never."In this special episode, Jools takes Scott on a poignant personal journey into the land of her paternal heritage while casting light on Jamaican coffee's fascinating and disturbing past.Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee was once considered the cream of the coffee crop, but plummeting production beneath an ominous veil of secrecy has left the country's coffee industry in crisis.Along the way, the author of "The Mother of Us All", Karla Gottlieb, paints a picture of a paradise island invaded by colonialists and the ingenious fightback by a cunning queen. Smith's Coffee's Colin Smith explains the historical quirks that have led to most Jamaican coffee being sold to Japan. Dominic Wyndham-Gittens of Wyndhams Coffee Roasters in Barbados points the finger at the Jamaican coffee industry's painful decline. And Marshalee Valentine, President of JAWiC, offers a glimpse of hope for some green shoots of recovery.Content Warning: This episode contains mentions/descriptions of slavery and violence against enslaved people that can be disturbing or triggering.— Join our Patreon to support the show! https://bit.ly/3vrispx Jamaican Women in Coffee: https://bit.ly/3tBFBpLKarla Gottlieb book, “Queen Nanny: The Mother of Us All” - https://bit.ly/3x4N95pLisa Hanna's article on the state of the Jamaican coffee industry: https://bit.ly/39sCsSbVideo of a Jamaican coffee farmer discussing the state of the industry : https://bit.ly/3NODsPFTaino Calling Song - https://bit.ly/3x5LlKxSmith's Coffee - https://bit.ly/3akAfs8HR Higgins Instagram (https://bit.ly/3yRqY4T)Wyndham's Coffee - https://bit.ly/3MXzcglFind your perfect roast with the Ikawa Home: https://bit.ly/3IdYVPc Visiting Bristol? Follow Bank on Instagram (https://bit.ly/3aOqXES). Learn more about the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine: https://bit.ly/3Ia8yy5Listen to our episode about Hansa coffee in Sri Lanka: https://bit.ly/3zDwpVKTake a screenshot and tell your friends about Adventures in Coffee!Tag our Instagram handles:James Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0OJools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewScott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91 #behikesanakori #tainocallingsong #tainopeoplestillexist #arayekeyukayek
Hannah Jones is the CEO of The Earthshot Prize, a prize and a platform founded by HRH Prince William and the Royal Foundation in 2020 to search, spotlight and scale solutions that can help repair and regenerate the planet in this decade. Hannah Jones is a social and environmental advocate believing in the power of entrepreneurism, innovation and collaboration to affect systems change. She started her career in radio, at the BBC, before working as a social entrepreneur in a British Charity, founding and leading pan-European AIDS/HIV prevention and anti-racism campaigns across 100's of Radio stations. She then worked on the founding team of Microsoft's philanthropy program in EMEA before joining Nike to help start their first Corporate Responsibility team in EMEA. For 16 years, as Nike's first Chief Sustainability Officer, working to the CEO and the Nike Board of Directors, Hannah helped lead the transformation of Nike's labor rights and sustainability efforts, turning both functions into engines of business model innovation and industry change. Following that, Hannah founded Nike Valiant Labs, a venture to bring a culture of lean startup, human centered design & entrepreneurialism to Nike, housing a vibrant diverse culture of entrepreneurs delivering a growing portfolio of new disruptive digital businesses and offerings with purpose at their core.Named twice to Fast Company's top 100 Creative People list, a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, and winner of the C.K Prahalad 2013 award for leadership in Sustainability, Hannah has served on the board of the Method Soap & Ecover brands, was the co-chair and co-founder of We Mean Business, a coalition of progressive businesses working to influence climate policy, and has served on the boards and councils of Mercy Corps, the UNHCR Business Advisory Council and the Purpose Climate Lab. Today, Hannah is a non-executive director on the board of Oatly, a sustainability advisor to UCB, a global BioTech company, an advisor to the Queens Gambit, an all-female SPAC, a mentor with the Unreasonable Group, and a mentor to as many talented diverse future leaders as she can fit in.Further reading:https://earthshotprize.org/
Hey Everyone!We said we're taking a few weeks off, but frankly, we missed each other! So enjoy this first installment of two bonus episodes coming your way in the next couple of weeks! Join us for some happy news, some rage inducing rants, and our media recs for this week!
Next time you set about making your morning coffee, take a moment to peruse the info on your bag of beans. What do you notice? The variety of beans? Flavour notes? Technical details on where the coffee was grown? They're not so different from the sort of blurb you might find on the back of a wine bottle in many ways. And that's intentional. Specialty coffee has taken a lot from the world of wine. But could the increasing overlaps be a problem for coffee farmers — or even dangerous?In this episode, Scott and Jools join forces with coffee processing specialist and former winemaker Lucia Solis from the Making Coffee podcast to dive deeper into where our coffee comes from and what (if anything) wine's got to do with it.Lucia talks to coffee producer Karla Boza from the Finca San Antonio Amatepec coffee farm in El Salvador and vintner Todd Kohn from the Wayfarer Vineyard in California to shed some light on the techniques behind picking, transporting and processing their precious produce. Take a sip on this (soon-to-be-a-good) vintage episode to pique your curiosity about how coffee and wine are made, and why it matters.—Join our Patreon to support the show! https://bit.ly/3vrispx Learn more about coffee and wine growing with Lucia Solis on her Making Coffee podcast: https://bit.ly/3z7dJ0j Follow Karla Boza's farm (https://bit.ly/3M0msUO) and Todd's winery (https://bit.ly/3PPBRKI) on Instagram Find your perfect roast with the Ikawa Home: https://bit.ly/3IdYVPc Visiting Edinburgh? Follow Fortitude on Instagram (https://bit.ly/3Gtm7J0). Learn more about the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine: https://bit.ly/3Ia8yy5Enjoy the Doña Aracelly Roble's coffee from Girls Who Grind: https://bit.ly/3z6JmXO Take a screenshot and tell your friends about Adventures in Coffee!Tag our Instagram handles:James Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0OJools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewScott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91
We have an exciting announcement....AND, a story about Sri Lanka and coffee history we think you're really going to like. Sri Lankan coffee has delicious notes of chocolate and caramel. But it's basically impossible to find, and we're going to bet you've never drank it. But that's really odd, because Sri Lanka has the perfect climate to grow coffee, and was once one of the biggest coffee growing countries in the world. But Sri Lanka was the victim of an ecological ticking time bomb. And this bomb is still ticking, and is going to explode again. In this episode of Adventures in Coffee, producer James Harper takes co-hosts Scott and Jools on an adventure back in time, across Ethiopia, Yemen, Sri Lanka to trace the origins of this ticking bomb, and what it's going to take to defuse it. —Subscribe to Adventures in Coffee here: https://bit.ly/300V4jSListen to Jonathan's guest appearance on negative coffee advertising here: https://bit.ly/3uOXYc0Read Stuart McCook's excellent book, Coffee Is Not Forever: https://bit.ly/3320robListen to James' stories about El Salvador on his Filter Stories channel: https://spoti.fi/3Lcnuhg Help other people find the show by leaving a rating on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3JYduHY Help others find the show by creating a screengrab of this episode on your podcast player and sharing it on your Instagram stories. Tag us and we'll reshare it!Scott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91Jools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewJames Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0ORead Jonathan's book, ‘Coffee: A Global History' here: https://amzn.to/3dihAfUA massive thanks to Lawrence Goldberg of Hansa Coffee, Ajantha Palihawadana, Professor Stuart McCook and Harm van Oudenhoven.
Klimakiller Schokolade? Die Produktion eines Schokoladenriegels bedeutet Kinderarbeit, klimaschädliche Monokulturen und eine große Abhängigkeit von wenigen internationalen Firmen. Ein Start-Up aus München will all das lösen - mit zukunftssicherer Schokolade.+++Start-Up Ideen und wie man sie erfolgreich macht: Der kostenlose Newsletter auf www.digitaleoptimisten.de +++Herzlich Willkommen bei Digitale Optimisten. Ich bin Alex, und wir sind in diesem Podcast auf der Suche nach den Elon Musks von morgen, die mit ihren Ideen aber noch ganz am Anfang stehen.Ich nehme dieses Intro auf, direkt nach meinem Gespräch mit meiner heutigen Interviewpartnerin Sara von QOA gesprochen habe und ich muss sagen, dieses Gespräch hat mich sehr beeindruckt. Sara ist eine außergewöhnlich reflektierte Person, der man anmerkt, dass Sie schon eine ganze Menge erlebt hat. Sie ist Lebensmittelchemikerin, hat promoviert, hat eine Ausstellung im Museum kuratiert, hat ein Start-Up beraten, im Silicon Valley gearbeitet und jetzt mit ihrem Bruder zusammen ein super spannendes Start-Up gegründet. Das Start-Up heißt QOA und produziert - aufgepasst - zukunftssichere Schokolade. Warum zukunftssicher? QOA ersetzt die Grundzutat von Schokolade, Kakao, mit einer Alternative - ein bisschen so wie Oatly oder Beyond Meat das für Milch und Fleisch macht, und sorgt dafür, dass viele der Probleme, die durch den Schokoladenhandel passieren - Kinderarbeit, Unweltschäden und mehr - vermindert werden können.Ich freue mich über 5 Sterne Reviews und dein Feedback an firstname.lastname@example.org. Bevor es mit dieser Folge losgeht: Bitte erzähle zwei Freundinnen oder Kollegen von diesem Podcast, wenn Dir diese Geschichten gefallen. Es hilft ungemein, neue Hörer zu finden und den Podcast weiter wachsen zu lassen. Wenn Du magst kannst Du mir auch einen Review auf Apple Podcasts oder Spotify geben.
Can a secondhand popcorn popper really be used to roast delicious coffee…? The answer to that question may (or more likely, may not) surprise you!Scott falls back in love with an old hobby as he embarks on a mission to separate the bean from the chaff with the IKAWA Home Roasting System.On a personal journey of coffee-roasting discovery, Scott learns to find the sweet spot between first and second crack, and reveals just how much difference the way your beans are roasted makes to the flavour in your cup.Respected roasting instructor Ildi Revi explains all about the significance of different “development” times and the Maillard reaction. Scott also decides to pit his roasting skills against the experts with none other than 2018 World Barista Champion Agnieszka Rojewska as the judge!Can the self-proclaimed King of Caffeine out-roast a machine? Find out in Scott's Roasting Journey.—Join our Patreon to support the show and win a free premium hand grinder! https://bit.ly/3vrispx Find your perfect roast with the Ikawa Home: https://bit.ly/3IdYVPc Follow Ildi Revi on LinkedIn (https://bit.ly/3FunuXs) and Agnieszka Rojewska on Instagram (https://bit.ly/3LWSd1G).Learn more about the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine: https://bit.ly/3Ia8yy5Take a screenshot and tell your friends about Adventures in Coffee!Tag our Instagram handles:James Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0OJools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewScott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91
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It's every coffee drinker's worst nightmare. You've rushed to that important morning meeting, but everything's feeling a little hazy. You're struggling to concentrate, and a nagging headache starts to creep in before you know it.Then it hits you — you haven't had your daily caffeine fix!So what is it about this mysterious substance that can derail your whole day if you don't have it? In a bid to find out, James conducts a cruel experiment with Scott and Jools, depriving them of coffee for 24 hours.Producer man James bothers clever people to get to the bottom of what caffeine is and what it does to our bodies and brains! Danielle Gulick from the Morsani College of Medicine explains how your morning cup can change your thinking. Lindsy Kass from the University of Hertfordshire tells us how some people can get away with a double espresso right before bed. Professor Jonathan Morris reveals how it's not just humans who get a buzz from caffeine.Ultimately we seek to find out: Do we really need to worry that an extra cup of coffee could be the end of us?Join our Patreon to support the show and win a free premium hand grinder! https://bit.ly/3vrispx Check out our wonderful caffeine experts online, including Lindsy Kass' on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3Ou0k7y), Danielle Gulick (https://bit.ly/3K3Xpzh) and Jonathan Morris on Instagram (https://bit.ly/37eMS3F). Listen to the A History of Coffee podcast (https://bit.ly/2NArChO) and read Jonathan's book, Coffee: A Global History (https://amzn.to/3dihAfU).Follow Sibling Cafe in Cardiff (https://bit.ly/3L4YDLQ) on Instagram and taste Perky Blender's decaf produced by Angele Ciza in Burundi (https://bit.ly/3rGPlOr)Learn more about the Siemens EQ700 fully automatic espresso machine: https://bit.ly/3Ia8yy5Find your perfect roast with the Ikawa Home: https://bit.ly/3IdYVPc Tell your local barista about Adventures in Coffee!Our Instagram handles:James Harper / Filter Stories: https://bit.ly/2Mlkk0OJools Walker / Lady Velo: http://bit.ly/39VRGewScott Bentley / Caffeine Magazine: https://bit.ly/3oijQ91
In this episode, Taste Radio's hosts discussed notable brands and products exhibited at the 2022 Specialty Coffee Association Expo, reflecting on how some cannabis-based drinks are finding favor as evening libations and riffed upon several striking snacks and beverages. The show also continues our spotlight on health-centric private equity firm Manna Tree Partners in an interview with managing director Pam Shepard. Show notes: 0:56: Early Candidates For Products Of The Year? For FFUPs Sake, We're Heading Back To NYC. — Ray, Jacqui and BevNET managing editor Martin Caballero chatted about their respective Easter weekends, the best ballparks for grub and suds and why this summer's BevNET Live and NOSH Live events will be as memorable and impactful as ever. They also highlighted impressive botanical-infused teas and plant-based milks sampled at the 2022 coffee expo, why THC-based beverages might end up sharing space in your liquor cabinet and discussed innovative takes on salty snacks, sparkling beverages, protein bars and more. 35:24: Interview: Pam Shepard, Managing Director, Manna Tree Partners – Earlier this week, we published an episode of Taste Radio that featured conversations with three co-founders of the Vail-based private equity firm and their counterparts in portfolio companies. In this interview, Shepard discussed trends she viewed at Expo West 2022, how she evaluates the financial health of consumer brands, supporting companies amid supply chain pressures and potential future investment targets. Brands in this episode: Rishi Tea, Volcanica Coffee, NuMilk, Hope & Sesame, Hella Cocktail Co., Oatly, Artet, Lift, FFUPs, Impossible Foods, Utz, Grillo's Pickles, Good Health, Mina, Hoplark, Ruby Hibiscus, Crisp & Crude, Super Pop Snacks
If you've been listening to the show for some time, you know that replacing animals in the food system is a topic very close to my heart. While the meat and egg industries in the grand picture have still been largely unaffected by plant-based competitors, that's not the case in the milk industry, where the explosion of plant-based milks has very tangibly cut into demand for cow's milk. Gone are the days when almond milk and soy milk were for vegans—now they're for everyone. But just a few years ago, a new entrant into the plant-based milk world emerged. In 2015 oat milk was far less than 1 percent of the plant-based milk world. In fact, people hearing the term “oat milk” were probably more likely to think they'd heard people talking about “goat milk.” Not anymore. Thanks largely to one company, Oatly, oat milk is now the belle of the alt-milk ball. After three decades of toiling away far out of mainstream consciousness, Oatly has boomed, leading to its mega-successful 2021 IPO.
Charlotte Henry's brother Alex was just 20 years old when he was charged with murder, attempted murder and GBH for a gang-related incident that lasted just 47 seconds.Even though he did not know the victim, and did not issue the fatal blow that killed him, Alex had run towards the scene of the crime with his friend Cameron Ferguson, who was armed with a knife.Alex was charged under ‘joint enterprise' laws - since overturned by the Supreme Court in instances of murder. But he remains in prison to this day.In this interview with Olly, Charlotte - now a criminal defence lawyer - re-lives the moment she became aware her brother's teenage truancy was escalating into something more troubling - and explains why, ten years on, she's still campaigning to exonerate him.—Meanwhile, in the Zeitgeist, Ollie Peart tries his hand at making vegan milk. Can his soaked oats match brand leader Oatly for flavour? Is it really more environmentally friendly to drink rapeseed oil than cow's milk? And is rice always nice? Olly finds out - in the taste test from Hell...The Zeitgeist is sponsored by Manscaped, the only men's brand dedicated to below the waist grooming. Get 20% Off + Free Shipping, with the code ‘Mann' at Manscaped.com—Elsewhere, down the Foxhole, Alix Fox weighs up the pros and cons of getting a ‘Prince Albert'. Is it worth the discomfort to achieve greater sexual pleasure? What's in it for your sexual partners? And why ARE penis piercings named after Queen Victoria's consort, anyway? Alix reveals all…The Foxhole is sponsored by Handy - a WiFi-enabled sex toy for men, designed and developed in Norway. For free express shipping, use our code ‘Foxhole' at TheHandy.com.—Finally, our record of the month is the loud-and-proud ‘Dangerous' from indie funsters The Mysterines. Go stream it!—This episode of The Modern Mann is supported by:• Wine52, the wine discovery club. For a FREE case of their delicious wine visit https://www.beer52.com/wine/mann and just pay for the postage.• Stitch Fix, the personal styling site that sends you great clothes to try on at home. Get started today and get 20% off when you keep all five items• LISTENERS LIKE YOU. If you can afford to buy us a beer each month to say thank you for making you a free 1hr+ magazine show each month - please do. We rely on your support. https://www.modernmann.co.uk/beer… and we'll see you again on May 10th!Presenter: Olly Mann. Producer: Matt Hill: Contributors: Charlotte Henry, Ollie Peart, Alix Fox, The Mysterines. Thanks: Alexa Weissman. Theme Music: Django Django. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. © Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comedian Joe Zimmerman joins us for a rollicking episode of The Cavalry. Joe needs backup on staying clean from his stock market obsession and trying to get those final abs. Make sure to follow Joe everywhere he's one of the best!
A lot of companies have been having a tough time on the market recently, but none so much as those that have recently floated. Market debutants like Confluent, Oatly, and Olaplex have all seen their share price plummet in the months since they went public. Is this a problem with the companies themselves, or is it a symptom of the wider market? In this episode, we also discuss: The effect that sanctions against Russia will have on companies like Apple, Coca-Cola, and McDonald's. Elon Musk being investigated by the SEC for insider trading. And pitch two companies on our watchlist at the moment. To listen to the rest of the Stock of the Month Podcast, simply follow this link (https://link.mywallst.app/SKw30UrVrob) and create your free MyWallSt account. MyWallSt operates a full disclosure policy. MyWallSt staff may hold long positions in some of the companies mentioned in this podcast.
With its cheeky advertising, Oatly helped invent the oat milk market. But now it's having a hard time keeping up with all the demand it helped create. WSJ's Khadeeja Safdar and Jesse Newman tell the story of the company's rise and recent troubles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices