“Vegan Taco Bell” (total searches January 2018-August 2019: 456,500) “Vegan Starbucks” (total searches January 2018-August 2019: 216,500) “Burger King Vegan” (total searches January 2018-August 2019: 127,700) “McDonald’s Vegan” (total searches January 2018-August 2019: 139,500) “Dunkin’ Donuts Vegan” (total searches January 2018-August 2019: 116,100) It makes sense that Taco Bell would top the list, as it’s known for being among the more vegetarian-friendly chains. … [Read more...] about Vegan fast-food options: From Taco Bell to McDonald’s, Americans are searching
Last summer, the American Institute of Architects set the ambitious goal of a “zero net carbon practice” by 2030. Top of their list—to reuse buildings instead of constructing new ones. That is quite a commitment from a profession that since its inception has been defined by new building. It is a call to do less of what they do, and it essentially changes the practice of architecture. I think it is an example of the kind of radical rethinking about how we work that everyone in every industry needs to do right now. … [Read more...] about It’s past time for interior designers to make climate commitments
“All of this is indicative of a public that is very, very excited about seeing meat produced from plants,” says Bruce Friedrich, executive director of the Good Food Institute, a nonprofit that focuses on the industry. Investment keeps growing. “There is overwhelming interest from investors in both the plant-based meat and ‘clean meat’ spaces,” he says. Over the past decade, more than $2 billion has been invested in plant-based meat, and more than half of that occurred in 2017 and 2018. (A total of $16 billion has been invested in plant-based meat, egg, and dairy companies combined since 2009, according to a recent report from the nonprofit.) Some of that investment has come from the traditional meat industry, including Tyson Foods, and from food giants like Nestle. … [Read more...] about Can plant-based meat grow from a $1 billion industry to a $20 billion industry?
In retrospect, a dream team of talent assembled to build Shake Shack. Founder Danny Meyer is the restaurateur behind many of New York’s hottest restaurants. Pat LaFrieda butchers blended the umami-rich mix of brisket, chuck, skirt steak, and short rib in each burger. And architect James Wines developed the original shack structure in Madison Square Park. But what of the casually catchy Shake Shack branding that has spread so effortlessly to cultures across the globe? The logo, signage, bags, and uniforms were all designed by Pentagram in a project led by principal graphic designer Paula Scher. … [Read more...] about The Untold Story Of Shake Shack’s $1.6 Billion Branding
Unfortunately, the candidate who is most qualified and ready to be commander in chief, to protect the safety and security of the American people, will not even be on the #DemDebate stage tonight — thanks to the DNC and biased corporate media. —TULSI2020 #StandWithTulsi … [Read more...] about Bloomberg haunted the Dem debate with fake irony on Twitter. Here’s how the other absent candidates fared.