Rachel Hugh and Neil Potts introduce their Vurgers, while Jacob Thundil talks Cocofina.
The other day it was announced that the UK would be ridded of plastic packaging within 25 years, and this makes us excited for a few reasons…
1) The whales from Blue Planet will be happy, yay.
2) We’ve met some amazing companies in the past who have been leading this fight. Yay for them too.
Sian Sutherland of ‘A Plastic Planet’ is one of our anti-plastic friends – check back on her podcast here. Fresh from her plastic fight, she’ll be one of our judges for The FoodTalk Awards. Entries close on February 16th, so get your skates on – details here.
Anyway, back to the podcast, we’ve got another fantastic show for you…
A transport disaster prevented Sue Nelson, Guy Routledge and Ollie Lloyd from trying one of The Vurger Co’s vegan burgers but they’ll be making a visit to their Spitalfields stall soon to try one fresh and hot. Rachel Hugh and Neil Potts described the amazing story so far.
Our other guest may have a recognisable voice. Why? If you’ve watched Dragons Den, he’s been on there and if you listen to national radio, he’s had an advert on there too. Jacob Thundil is the man behind the voice and he introduced the Cocofina brand to us. Coconuts galore.