The Future is Plant-based
One of the most impactful things a society can do to respond to the climate crisis is transition to a plant-centred diet. Discerning consumers are voting with their forks with veganism, flexitarianism and everything in between becoming the norm not the exception.
Every entity that provides food - be it a pub chain, community group or school caterer - has a part to play in this evolution. We understand change can be difficult - so we’re there to support collectives on this journey and help them become part of the solution and not the problem.
Our Plant Prospects Programme offers support to organisations, businesses and civil society to evolve their offer to a more plant-centred eating approach.
We can provide:
Our Plant Based Toolkit is a practical manual for creating delicious, nutritious, budget conscious plant-based food. This kit has been distributed nationally to thousands of businesses, organisations and collectives in 'food power' positions.
"It's changed my mind about plant-based food completely. The toolkit provided by the workshop is extremely thorough and valuable. It holds key information in a really accessible way. Thank you!
"Informative and interactive. I've learnt way more than I expected and I'm pleasantly surprised by the food we tasted."
"The course is interactive and informative. Would definitely recommend. Plant based eating is the way to a sustainable future."
"The workshop leaders are very knowledgeable and friendly. Today was a great way to dive more into plant based cooking in an accessible way."
"Today has been really helpful and enlightening on how using plant based foods can be used to create fantastic tasty food. Feeling more confident in having a go."
"All great. Both facilitators were very knowledgeable. The session had great content, very informative. An eye opening experience into the development of vegan recipes using fresh produce instead of processed options."
"A brilliant workshop on how to make plant based food exciting. I learned a lot from today's session that I can implement in my own work in the wider community."