Ex-Dragon O’Sullivan says eating meat will be a ‘premium’ luxury within decades
The US-based venture capitalist has predicted that animal agriculture will be unsupportable in the medium term, necessitating a shift to plant-based solutions
Eating meat will be a luxury that people will have to pay a “huge premium” for within the next two decades, Sean O’Sullivan, the venture capitalist and former Dragon’s Den star, has said.
O’Sullivan, whose global venture capital fund SOSV has more than 1,000 portfolio companies and more than $1 billion in assets under management, said he knows that what he is predicting “sounds crazy”, but that this was...
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Chef’s Table: Afternoon tea treats and home comforts
Indulge in afternoon tea at home with these delicious recipes from Edward Hayden. For more information, visit edwardhayden.ie. Photography by Harry Weir, assisted by Brian Clarke
Mark Goodman acquires Bunalun Organic for undisclosed sum
The food brand was founded in 1999 and achieved revenues of approximately €22 million last year
New owner of Taste of Dublin hopes to ‘reimagine’ food festival
Roger Duggan, who acquired the event in May 2020, says that ‘we're probably the only large event happening this year’