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Veestro's very own, Monica Klausner, sat down with Kevin Kruse of Forbes, to discuss the origins behind the "plant-based" mindset that translated into the "plants-please" business. Nutrition and the workplace have always had a funny relationship, and Veestro has set out to stand in the gap.Klausner tells Kruse, "You can be a carnivore, an omnivore, a flexitarian, a pescitarian, a milkitarian, you can be anything you want to call yourself, but everybody needs to eat more plants because it's better for their health, it's better for the environment, and ultimately, if we want to be able to live on this Earth for many more generations, we all have to do our part. Not to mention the fact that there's all of these horrible chronic illnesses in the U.S. and around the world — but more prominently in the U.S. — that can really be helped with better nutrition." Read the full article here!This article was also syndicated to Huffington Post

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