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Women In The Food Industry podcast with Renee Elliott Founder of Planet Organic


Exclusively hear Renee Elliott, founder of Planet Organic, discuss her definition of sustainability, her inspirations, how the organic food market has changed and where it may be going,

Women In The Food Industry podcast with Renee Elliott Founder of Planet Organic


"For me sustainability is about being thoughtful, walking lightly upon the earth, and causing the least damage and harm and if you do, finding a way to turn it around. "
Renee Elliott



Women In the Food Industry co-founder, Mecca Ibrahim, chatted to Renée Elliott, the founder of Planet Organic about her mission to push organic and natural food out of the niche it was in back in 1995.

James Haywood from OpenKitchen made part of the interview into a short podcast where you can exclusively hear Renée’s views on the organic food market, whether being a women in the food industry has its advantages and her new mentoring and coaching business, Beluga Bean.

You can listen to the podcast on any of the following platforms:

On iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/renee-elliott-women-in-the-food-industry-podcast/id1468957026?i=1000445091672

On SoundCloud:  https://soundcloud.com/user-202066196/renee-elliott-founder-of-planet-organic-women-in-the-food-industry-podcast

On Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/episode/1wpVv0pnY3GSFGVJweraHG

When asked what sustinability in food meant to her, Renée said: "For me sustainability is about being thoughtful, walking lightly upon the earth, and causing the least damage and harm and if you do, finding a way to turn it around. It’s very difficult to be black and white about it. The moment you start talking about almond milk and the water used to grow almonds for it, that becomes a minefield.  But it’s all about being informed and then making intelligent thoughtful choices".

You can read the full interview with Renée Elliott here

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