From Silicon Valley tech moguls to business executives and entrepreneurs, these people know that the future of food means not slaughtering animals.
1. Bill Gates
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The Microsoft co-founder and humanitarian famous for fighting universe craving has done major investments in both plant-based and purify beef companies, such as Beyond Meat and Memphis Meats.
2. Sir Richard Branson
Sir Richard Branson founded Virgin Group. Like Bill Gates, Branson has done poignant investments in both plant-based and purify meats. Last year, he invested in the clean beef startup Memphis Meats.
In a blog post, Branson wrote, “I trust that in 30 years or so, we will no longer need to kill any animals and that all beef will possibly be purify or plant-based, ambience the same and also be much healthier for everyone.”
3. Lisa Feria
Lisa Feria is the CEO of Stray Dog Capital, a organisation that invests in early-stage startups, products and services that will reinstate the use of animals in the food supply chain. Under Feria’s leadership, Stray Dog has done investments in Beyond Meat, Kite Hill, Memphis Meats, and more.
4. Eric Schmidt
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Eric Schmidt served as executive authority of Google’s primogenitor company, Alphabet, from 2011-2018. After Google attempted to buy the plant-protein startup Impossible Foods, Schmidt settled that a vegan series was coming.
5. Miyoko Schinner
Miyoko Schinner, the challenging force behind Miyoko’s Creamery, is changing the diversion of the vegan cheese marketplace as good as the lives of the farmed animals she rescues in her gangling time.
6. Sergey Brin
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Google co-founder Sergey Brin supposing $330,000 to fund the world’s first well-bred hamburger. He describes clean beef as a record with “the capability to renovate how we perspective the world.”
7. Liz Dee
Smarties co-owner Liz Dee is also the CEO of Baleine Bjorn Capital. She’s done investments in the purify beef company Memphis Meats, vegan wardrobe brand Vaute Couture and plant-based food companies Purple Carrot and Nutpods.
8. Li Ka-shing
Li Ka-shing is a Hong Kong business magnate, financier and philanthropist. He’s committed to changing the way the universe cooking by investing in the plant-based beef company Impossible Foods.
You don’t need to be an businessman or billionaire humanitarian to help create a some-more merciful world. Just switch to a sustainable and healthy vegan diet.
Joe Loria is the communications and calm manager at Mercy For Animals.