Nutritional Outlook’s November 2022 Issue Details the Potential for a Better Protein

Nutritional Outlook’s November 2022 issue contains an article: Too Tough to Hoe? (page 44) – detailing how plant based innovations are pulling up weeds, one by one. We loved this excerpt from Kim Decker’s write-up. Head to her article to learn more. Saved, not spent Versatility and functionality were among the qualities EverGrain prioritized when...
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A 21st Century Look at an Ancient Grain

EverGrain, purveyor of the world’s first upcycled barley protein, is unlocking the potential of the ancient grain, modernizing it for a 21st century world. Barley itself has ancient roots as a life-giving food. Its versatility and ability to grow in a broad range of challenging climates has enabled populations across the planet to benefit from...
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In conversation with The Food People.

We recently had the privilege of partnering with The Food People, a team of passionate and ambitious people out of the U.K. who stand ready to change the food industry for the better. Our CEO, Greg Belt, Head of U.K. Product, Neville Moon, and Head of Sustainability, Jacqueline Hochreiter, talk with TFP about everything barley:...
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We’re feeling that buzz!

We’ve got that post-workout ecstatic feeling after our energizing chat about #sportsnutrition with The Ultimate Fighter champion and documentarian James Wilks and health & wellness industry veteran Renee Junge during our #LinkedInLive on Tuesday August 2nd. If you missed it, we’ve got you covered. Check out the link below to watch our webinar about how #barley protein can help you win in the...
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EverGrain and Anheuser-Busch Celebrate Opening of the First Major Site of U.S. Operations

St. Louis, MO – June 29, 2022 – EverGrain and Anheuser-Busch today announced its sustainable ingredient facility is officially open for business with its barley protein, EverPro®. The new full-scale plant protein production facility will support EverGrain’s mission to revolutionize sustainable ingredients since the company broke ground and began the renovation of the historical Stockhouse...
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EverGrain Announces Global Scientific Advisory Board to Advance Research on Upcycled Barley

EverGrain today announced the launch of its scientific advisory board to unleash the full potential of brewers spent – or as we say, saved – grain and its benefits to human health and environmental sustainability. Brewer’s saved grain (BSG) is the nutrient-rich byproduct of the beer brewing process. Five scientists from leading universities in food,...
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Beverage Insider, April 2022

Plant Proteins for Beverage_ April 2022 Beverage Industry magazine (002)
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On a Mission to End Worldwide Hunger

Malnutrition is the single largest contributor to disease in the world. In the same world that throws away billions of tons of food every year. If you’re dedicated to solving the food crisis like our team here at EverGrain,  these kinds of clashing stats have a way of catching your breath. As a board member...
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Meet the Airship Barley Milk Latte – the delicious, nutritious cold-brew coffee that almost wasn’t

Airship’s journey began in 2008 with a roasting business, born out of a passion for sustainable agriculture and the coffee-growing communities of Central America. It was in Honduras and Guatemala that Mark Bray (MSc, Horticulture), co-founder Airship Coffee, fell in love: from growing, post-harvest processing and roasting through cupping, Mark unearthed the complexities of building...
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Upcycling is the hottest trend you’ve probably never heard of

Resources corner What is Upcycling food? Upcycling food is an ancient tradition based on the philosophy of using all of what you have. It’s about doing more with less, and elevating all food to its highest and best use. Most of all, upcycled food is about reducing food waste, by creating high quality, nutritious food...
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