Emeryville, Calif.-based Ripple Foods, formed by Adam Lowry and Neil Renninger, is the developer of a plant-based, milk-like beverage that offers more protein than rice or almond drinks.
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Protein consumption is one area in particular that has taken a major hit in the modern diet. Millions of people around the world aren’t getting enough protein each day.
PBFA aims to raise awareness among consumers, retailers, and food-service professionals about the health benefits of plant-based foods.
“Entrepreneurs know every wound and wart on their business, and you are constantly paranoid,” said Lowry.
For the last 50 years, industrialized food systems focused on producing at lowest cost, and that’s been accomplished. The next 50 will be focused on producing the best food.
The company joins a growing list of game-changing food startups that have launched out of the lab and into the consumer market in just the last few years.
If you’re vegan, not a fan of dairy, or simply lactose intolerant, then get excited — we’ve made a pretty awesome discovery, and we think you’re going to like it.
Adam Lowry wants you to drink your peas. Not just any old peas, mind you, but peas processed into a protein-laden, plant-based milk alternative from his new startup Ripple Foods.
Hate soy milk? Not into almond milk? Now there’s a new nondairy alternative you can try: pea milk. (And yes, it’s actually milk made out of peas.)