Alternative Proteins with Dairy Carrie | Over a Beer Podcast 032

What are your thoughts on plant based proteins (a.k.a. alternative proteins, plant milks, fake meats, etc.)? It’s been a topic of discussion in the business news headlines and within the agriculture community. So we’re tackling it this week on the podcast.

This week on the podcast, Carrie Mess (a.k.a. Dairy Carrie) and I sit down for another Over A Beer episode to discuss. And if you haven’t already, you should subscribe to my podcast (RSS link) to listen to all 31 previous episodes. You can find those episode show notes here.

Podcast 032 – Alternative Proteins

We’ve seen the marketing and business headlines as a CEO gives a good soundbite, a restaurant adds an option to their menu, or a company has an IPO in the stock market. Alternative proteins are in the public eye and livestock agriculture isn’t too pleased. How do we respond? Are these products sticking around? Carrie and Ryan tackle these questions on episode 032 of the Beef Runner podcast.

Alternative Proteins Dairy Carrie Beef Runner

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What do you think?

Let us know what you think about Alternative Proteins by dropping a comment below or chiming in on Twitter.

Thanks to our sponsors (if we had sponsors) – Spotted Cow Beer from New Glarus Brewing for the hydration and to Crawfish Junction for the location for the discussion.

Over A Beer Podcast Dairy Carrie Beef Runner

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Ryan Goodman lives in Colorado, is an avid trail and ultrarunner, and works with farmers and ranchers to help them share their stories of agriculture and how food is raised. Connect with Ryan online as @BeefRunner. #TeamBeef.
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