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In this podcast at The Wise Consumer, Madeleine interviews Daniel Kurzrock, co-founder of ReGrained an impact enterprise that basically rescues the nutritious grain created every time that beer is brewed.
For Daniel, upcycling is a challenge to reimagine an end as a beginning. Facts are that 1/3 of the food we produce in the world is wasted, and that does not even include edible byproducts. ReGrained’s mission: To rescue those overlooked, but awesome ingredients and put them back to work—fueling your day, your taste buds, and your imagination. Wanna Eat Beer? So far they have upcycled over 100,000 Lbs of SUPERGRAIN+
At ReGrained, they are passionate about food upcycling because it is an opportunity to get creative with sustainability. This brand fuels nutrition to better align the food we eat with the planet we love! It’s upcycled, prebiotic, sustainable, 1% for the planet & BCorp certified. Learn all you need to know about this innovative food company on the interview between Madeleine Wisecup and Daniel Kurzrock, co-founder of ReGrained.
“Social entrepreneurship isn’t a fad, I think it’s here to stay. I hope if we are successful it will just become business as usual and companies that aren’t doing the right thing will suffer in the marketplace because of it…because as consumers, we give a shit and that’s great.” – Daniel Kurzrock
In this episode of ReGrained and The Wise Consumer you’ll hear about:
- The journeys that led Daniel, and his cofounder Jordan Schwartz, to launch Regrained.
- The trials and tribulations they overcame to develop the product we know and love today.
- What upcycling food waste means
- How social entrepreneurship is changing the way business is done today.
- And, how his experiences at summer camp shaped the life he leads today.
”Had a great time chatting with Daniel and think you’ll really enjoy hearing his story. Happy listening!” Madeleine Wisecup, the host of The Wise Consumer podcast