- 10 - Dominique Woolf - The Woolf's Kitchen
This week Mitch speaks to the inspirational Dominique Woolf of The Woolf's Kitchen - a delicious range of spicy sauces.
Dominique launched her sauces during lockdown whilst she was juggling looking after her three children at home (aged 3, 4 and 5) with no childcare.
In just three months she's already sold over 1800 bottles into 30+ stockists and has been featured in The Times, Metro and Stylist Magazine’s Style List.
We discussed how the business began, her love of sauces, being a mother whilst juggling business and also her dislike of olive oil!
Check out the full interview on YouTube here:
Check her out on Instagram: @TheWoolfsKitchen
or online https://thewoolfskitchen.com/.35m | Oct 12, 2020
- 9 - Daniel Nicholson: Nadamoo
In episode 9 Mitch catches up with the one and only Daniel Nicholson of Nadamoo, the first coconut milk based ice cream to market!
Dan shares how he got involved with Nadamoo, his food memories, and his love for plant-based food space.
Dan is an awesome driven guy and I know you will love this podcast - strap in, it's a long one!
Visit nadamoo at: www.nadamoo.com
Check out Nadamoo and Dan on Instagram:
Check out the full interview video on YouTube:1h 8m | Sep 30, 2020
- 8 - Elisha Langridge: WW Ambassador
In episode 8 Mitch catches up with friend, fellow foodie and inspirational WW Ambassador Elisha Langridge.
Elisha shares her food with over 32k+ followers on Instagram and is the most colourful, happy and positive person you will ever meet!
We talk about childhood food memories, how WW has changed to become even better, her vegan journey and why she is so obsessed with hummus.
I loved this conversation and I know you will too!
Check out Elisha on Instagram @Rainbow___Room:
Check out the video on YouTube too:46m | Sep 8, 2020
- 7 - Danny Witter: Work For Good Co-Founder
As a Small Business it can seem overwhelming when researching how to work with a charity.
That is where Work For Good comes in! In Episode 7, Mitch catches up with Danny Witter, one of the co-founders.
We talk about how and why it all started, how businesses can get involved, baking bread and horrible memories of eating liver as a young boy.
Watch the interview video on YouTube here:
Check out Work For Good at:
or on Instagram:31m | Aug 26, 2020
- 6 - Brad Vanstone: Willicroft Plant-Based Cheeses
What happens when you combine a cheese lover with a passion for the planet? Yes, you guessed it. Willicroft.
For episode 6 Mitch spoke with Brad Vanstone of Willicroft - A plant-based cheese company from the Netherlands (and now available in the UK too!)
We talk about the story behind the name, his plant-based journey and creation of the business, early food memories and the sustainability of food and their supply chain.
Check out the Video interview on YouTube:
Find out more about Brad and Willicroft:
Website:41m | Aug 11, 2020
- 5 - Joe Hill: Co-Founder of One Planet Pizza
In episode 5 Mitch sits down to talk with Joe Hill, Co-Founder of One Planet Pizza - The UK's first frozen pizza company.
We talk about starting the business, dealing with Covid-19, direct to consumer sales and working with Meatless farm on developing the epic 'Cheezeburger Pizza'.
Joe also announced the launch and development of their gluten free range, along with the announcement of their exciting brand new spicy pizza featuring the vegan Mexicana Cheeze!
To find out more visit:
Follow One Planet Pizza on Instagram:
For the Interview Video visit:51m | Aug 7, 2020
- 4 - Billy Morgan: Pro Snowboarder & Red Bull Athlete
In episode 4 Mitch speaks with good friend and local snowboarding legend Billy Morgan who has won Bronze medals at both the Olympics and X-Games as well as landing 2 world firsts!
We discuss how a Southampton boy can go on to become one of the best Snowboarders in the world, being a Red Bull athlete and his food memories and diet on the slopes.
Check him out on Instagram:
And to see the video interview with the clips mentioned:28m | Jul 28, 2020
- 3 - Jess Salamanca: Founder of Banana Scoops - Dairy Free Ice Cream
Episode 3 is all about the amazing Banana Scoops dairy free ice cream founder Jess Salamanca.
We talk about her business journey of making Ice cream in her home kitchen to now stocking Ocado, Planet Organic, As Nature Intended and more! We dive into her food stories, growing up in Spain with her parents owning a restaurant and much much more!
Check out the video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/gxKUu-tovQw
*Apologies for the audio quality in advance, the connection wasn't the best!*
Follow Jess / Banana Scoops
And check out her amazing Ice Creams:44m | Jul 21, 2020
- 2 - Robbie Lockie: Plant Based News Co-Founder
In episode 2 Mitch sits down to talk with Plant Based News Co-Founder Robbie Lockie.
Plant Based News (https://www.plantbasednews.org/) is a multi-award-winning resource for the latest plant-based & vegan interest content and has a reach of over 70 million people per month!
We talk about Robbies childhood, his vegan journey, food trends in the UK and standing up for what you believe in and using your platform for good.
To see the video head over to our YouTube channel:
Follow Robbie & Plant Based News:46m | Jul 13, 2020
- 1 - Sébastien Foucan: Freerunning Founder, Ninja Warrior & James Bond Star
In our first ever episode, Mitch sits down with Freerunning legend Sébastien Foucan to discuss his current diet, food memories and reflections on his iconic opening scene in James Bond Casino Royale in the wake of the current BLM movement.
To see the video head over to our YouTube channel:
Website: https://www.foucan.com/1h 20m | Jul 6, 2020