Building Sustainable Products: The Essential Elements April 22, 2021 by Leah Wolfe

A few themes we explore in this session:

  • What are the pitfalls of trying to scale a regenerative or sustainable ingredient?
  • Does scaling an ingredient inherently mean losing some of its nutritional value?
  • What ingredient and product trends are predicted for the short- and long-term?
Ali Bouzari Pilot R&D

We help our customers create something that is scalable from moment one, so we never have tastings with anything other than samples from scalable ingredient suppliers. We never want our clients to come to us and say ‘Yeah we love this thing! Where did you get the ingredients?’ and we say ‘The Marin Sunday Farmer’s Market between June and July and no other time’. We want everything to come in and be able to be ordered in palettes or truckloads or drums or totes immediately.

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