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WhatIF Foods is on a mission to fix the broken food system

WhatIF Foods is on a mission to fix the broken food system

“We have 2.6 billion people that derive their income from agricultural activities and 75 percent of them are the poorest of the poor,” says Christoph Langwallner, the CEO of WhatIF Foods. “What's shocking is that more than half of the farming land is already severely degraded, or is degrading at a speed unprecedented in human history.”

by WhatIF Foods on May 19, 2022
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This Singaporean startup has reinvented the instant noodle

This Singaporean startup has reinvented the instant noodle

How a startup is on a mission to diversify the food system with an environmentally-friendly crop that can restore degraded land, cut water consumption, improve our diet and increase food security: the Bambara groundnut.
by WhatIF Foods on May 12, 2022
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WhatIF Foods Has High Protein Instant Noodles And Plant Milk, Helps You Save The Environment With Every Purchase

WhatIF Foods Has High Protein Instant Noodles And Plant Milk, Helps You Save The Environment With Every Purchase

The sustainability movement has seen many of us start to...
by WhatIF Foods on April 07, 2022
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Acast - Dawna Jones Podcast

Acast - Dawna Jones Podcast

Regenerative Business in Action with WhatIF Foods Chris Langwallner

by WhatIF Foods on November 08, 2021
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Just Saying Asia

Just Saying Asia

WhatIF Foods' Bamnut Milk is now in selected Cold Storage stores, packing impressive macronutrients.

by WhatIF Foods on November 08, 2021
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The Green Queen

The Green Queen

There’s a new plant-based milk in town, and it’s not made from soy, almonds or cashews. Launched by Singapore food tech WhatIF Foods, BamNut Milk is made from the climate-resilient and regenerative crop Bambara groundnuts, which are legumes packed with protein.
by WhatIF Foods on November 08, 2021
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Vulcan Post

Vulcan Post

Exploring The WhatIF’s: This S’pore Startup Turns Instant Noodles, Soups Into Healthy Food

by WhatIF Foods on November 08, 2021
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Food Navigator Asia

Food Navigator Asia

Why the future of convenience foods is farmer, planet and consumer-friendly. WhatIF Foods, the consumer brand of Singapore-based food science company NamZ, has opened...

 

by WhatIF Foods on November 06, 2021
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Time Out Singapore

Time Out Singapore

Vegan, healthy, and sustainable – a look at the future of convenience food. A local start-up is making instant food that’s actually good for you and the environment

 

by WhatIF Foods on November 06, 2021
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The Sunday Times

The Sunday Times

A pandemic may have thrown global food supply chains into disarray, but new and innovative methods are reshaping food systems.

by WhatIF Foods on November 06, 2021
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