WhatIF Foods serving your morning milk and coffee in the first-annual Generation Fest.
September 30, 2022, Brooklyn, NY — Don’t miss out on an amazing experience this September 30th at Thought For Food’s first-annual Generation Fest 2022. Meet with visionary CEOs, trailblazing entrepreneurs and leading names in food, agriculture and business that’s out to create a future that’s regenerative, inclusive and, delicious!
WhatIF Foods, the planet-positive food and beverage group that brought you closer to the revolutionary regenerative crop, the Bambara Groundnut or the BamNut, will be taking part in this event to serve you your morning’s milk and coffee fix. Try out some of their signature BamNut Milk and chia pudding and enjoy some after-party drinks and Bambara-based cocktails expertly crafted by Generation Fest’s mixologists.
Get a chance to listen to the co-founder and CEO of WhatIF Foods, Christoph Langwallner as he explores the different ways we could do things differently in food, drink and agriculture. Here, he shares his sentiments:
“The insights that Christine Gould, Founder and CEO of Thought For Food has gathered over the past few years on her journey with Gen Z’s has garnered her a huge following, strong in West Africa, Southeast Asia and now wants to grow in the US. We have been held back by COVID, but we really look forward to being physically together with them and exploring different ways of doing things.”
Join WhatIF Foods at Generation Fest and join in their advocacy of planet positivity and aid them in their mission to regenerate the planet and its people. It’s time to drink to a brighter future with WhatIF Foods and watch them lead the way as they champion for true regeneration. You can purchase WhatiF Foods’ unique selection of milk and noodle products from select retailers as well as on Amazon.com and their official website.
Tickets are limited, so make sure to get yours today!
Find out more about WhatIF Foods, their offerings and their planet-positive work, be sure to check out their website.
About WhatIF Foods
WhatIF Foods is a planet-positive food and beverage company that’s on a mission to regenerate the planet and its people. As a global champion of true REgeneration, WhatIF Foods reinvents and innovates the entire food system and encourages consumers to always choose the better option. They do this by diversifying the food system with environmentally-friendly crops that can restore degraded lands, cut water consumption, improve our diets and increase food security. WhatIF Foods creates tasty, convenient foods that replenish with nutritious ingredients and restore soil health to increase its carbon capture potential and reconnect people with farming communities who are vital in our value chain.
WhatIF Foods’ core mission to bring about true REgeneration is centered around a forgotten and underutilized crop known as the Bambara groundnut. This West African and Southeast Asian crop, which WhatIF Foods calls BamNut, is a nutritionally complete, regenerative and hardy legume that has the ability to grow in degraded lands with minimal demand for resources.
WhatIF Food’s headquarters is located in Singapore and it is available in the US, Malaysia and Australia. Their current menu houses a variety of easy to consume BamNut items including instant noodles and milk products. WhatIF Foods’ plant-based instant noodles are offered at $12.50 a pack and their milk products come at a reasonable price of $5.49 a carton.
To further transform their vision into reality, WhatIF Foods has become a member of The Pond Foundation — a non-profit organization dedicated to building regenerative raw material supply change for credible climate action. With The Pond Foundation, WhatIF Foods seeks to create a value chain that embodies its value of REgeneration by reforming the world’s outdated and broken food system.
To know more about WhatIF Foods, its mission and offerings, you may visit their websitewhatif-foods.com. Among their most popular items are their BamNut plant milk and their BamNut and moringa noodles, all of which are available on their website and select online retailers such as Cerqular.
WhatIF Foods is a finalist in the 2020 Liveability Challenge and part of the 2020 MIT Solve Class.
Explore more at whatif-foods.com and follow them @whatiffoods.