Now, more than ever, our planet is at a compromising state, where if we don’t make a change, we could lose our precious resources for good. By creating a meal substitute that gives you all of the same food while tasting delicious, we’re hoping to fulfill our mission.
In January, Soylent sponsored and volunteered at theSkid Row Carnival of Love, an event put on byThe Wayfarer Foundation, which aims to uplift and enhance the lives of people experiencing homelessness.
Last month, we launched our new Soylent Innovation Lab—a collaborative office space for up-and-coming startups who share Soylent’s mission to change the way the world thinks about food. Learn more about it here.
Keto? Paleo? Mediterranean? It’s 2019—let’s stop falling for the fad diets. This five-minute read will teach you the essential facts of nutrition so you can go into the new year well-informed and well fed.
We’re at the halfway point of New Year, New Habits. If you’re ready for a challenge with long-lasting benefits, try incorporating these seven daily habits in your life to become a smarter, well-rounded individual.
Why are bad habits in the kitchen so hard to break? If you’re ready to start living your best and healthiest life in the new year, start here. Try starting with these simple health and nutrition habits.
On January 9th, 2019, a briefing was held for the Government Accountability Office (GOA) for its first ever report on food insecurity on college campuses. Soylent sent our Head of Sustainability and Corporate Affairs, Jamie Sullivan to Capitol Hill to participate. Here are a few of her key takeaways.
Americans have a love-love relationship with food. In this comprehensive case study, we’re breaking down the Western diet and exploring exactly what this new norm of nutrition is doing to our health and environment. Can Soylent make a difference?