Meat and Three
Money Talks: Follow the Funding
This week’s episode is our second installment of our Money Talks series. In this episode, we explore how the large functions of the global economy intersect with the changing food industry. First, we look at the legacy of Pilotworks, a culinary co-working space showing the possibilities and limitations of a silicon-valley like approach to the food space. Next, we learn about the link between banking and climate change and how a bank account can support sustainable agriculture. For our last two stories, we hear two different perspectives on venture capital funding in food.
To keep up with all the latest on shrinkflation and Edgar Dworsky’s finds, check out his website: https://www.mouseprint.org/
To learn more about Walden Mutual, you can visit waldenmutual.com
To read the Los Angeles Times Op-Ed on the environmental impact of banking, here.
You can find Chloe Sorvino’s reporting here or find her on twitter.
Chloe’s new book is Raw Deal: Hidden Corruption, Corporate Greed, and the Fight for the Future of Meat.
Check out Cheeky Cocktails at www.cheekycocktails.co and Veggie Grub at www.veggiegrub.net and www.instagram.com/veggiegrub
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