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CLEAN FOOD FOR PEOPLE & PLANET

A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO

Clean food is more than just a business to me, it is a way of life.

 

I founded FOODYOUNG with the mission to help people, especially the younger generation, to understand the importance of eating healthy, and to make it easier for people to access clean food. This mission is close to my heart because of my personal journey to health and wellness.

Having been overweight until the age of 28 and having faced related health conditions, I have seen the damage that processed food and a unhealthy diet can do to our bodies and minds firsthand. Moreover, growing up in a 4 generation-family food business group, I had the unique opportunity to experience the inner workings of farms and factories. There I learned that not all food is good food.

I became aware of the risks of unhealthy food ingredients and the negative social and environmental impact of unsustainable production practices. Through FOODYOUNG, I am working to create a food system that is better for us, our environment, and our future. I want to make sure that everyone can enjoy healthy, sustainable and delicious food, and that we can all take part in building a better food system.

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ABOUZAR
RAHMANI

OUR COMMITMENT

FOOD INDUSTRY IMPACT

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54$bn

IN HEALTHCARE COSTS PER YEAR IN THE USA ALONE

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  2bn

PEOPLE GLOBALLY ARE OVERWEIGHT OR OBESE

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 50%

CONTRIBUTOR TO ALL NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

The food industry has a significant negative impact on health. It has been linked to an increase in chronic health conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

The food industry has a significant negative impact on the environment, from the emissions associated with producing and transporting food to packaging waste.

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 70%

CONTRIBUTOR TO GLOBAL WATER CONTAMINATION

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 80%

CONTRIBUTOR TO GLOBAL ANTIBIOTIC USE

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 30%

CONTRIBUTOR TO GLOBAL GHG EMISSIONS

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16.5%

EXPECTED ANNUAL GROWTH RATE OF GLOBAL ORGANIC FOOD MARKET (2019 - 2025)

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320$bn

EXPECTED SIZE OF GLOBAL ORGANIC FOOD MARKET BY 2025 VS $205BN IN 2022

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162$bn

PREDICTED SIZE OF THE GLOBAL PLANT-BASED FOODS MARKET BY 2030 VS. $29.4BN IN 2020

The organic and plant-based food markets are expected to grow across the globe driven by increasing consumer demand and the growing plant-based food movement.

CLEAN FOOD IS THE SOLUTION 

CLEAN FOOD IS PRODUCED, PROCESSED AND PREPARED IN WAYS THAT MINIMIZE POTENTIAL NEGATIVE HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS.

CLEAN FOOD IS HEALTHY

Healthy clean food is food that is free of added preservatives, artificial ingredients, dyes, and other potentially harmful additives. It is also food that has been minimally processed and not exposed to high levels of heat or chemicals. Eating healthy clean food can help to reduce the risk of chronic diseases, improve overall health, and maintain a healthy weight.

 

In addition, "clean food" is typically free from contaminants and toxins and is certified organic (which means it is GMO-free) or grown with minimal chemical intervention. 

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Clean food is often more flavorful than processed food, as it is fresher, and does not contain any artificial flavors or preservatives. Eating clean food can also help to boost your energy levels and mental clarity, as it provides essential vitamins and minerals that can help to keep your brain and body functioning optimally. 

CLEAN FOOD IS SUSTAINABLE

Clean food is considered to be environmentally friendly, because it minimizes the usage of polluting chemicals and artificial ingredients, and is typically made using sustainable farming practices that conserve natural resources. 

It is directly linked to fair trade practices that help ensure that farmers and workers in developing countries receive fair wages and humane working conditions.

Clean food is economically viable due to its ability to reduce costs associated with water and energy usage, waste management, and the need for synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. 

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Clean food also respects animal welfare by focusing on plant-based alternatives and avoiding the use of antibiotics, growth hormones, and other drugs that are often used in conventional animal production.

Clean food promotes public health by providing healthy food free from contaminants, hormones and antibiotics. 

Clean food is typically produced and transported with minimal waste and energy inputs, resulting in a reduced carbon footprint and a lower impact on the environment. 

WE ARE COMMITTED TO...

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Inflammatory oils, such as vegetable oils, corn oil and safflower oil, contain high levels of omega-6 fatty acids, which can cause inflammation in the body when consumed in excess and can increase the risk of chronic diseases.

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We focus on creating products that use natural, unrefined sweeteners such as honey, maple syrup, date sugar, coconut sugar, and other natural sweeteners that healthier alternatives that are equally or more delicious and enjoyable to consume.

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Gluten free foods are becoming more popular as people become increasingly health conscious. Gluten free diets have been linked to numerous health benefits, including improved digestion and gut health, more energy, and better weight management.

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We focus on creating products that use plant-based ingredients to help reduce the negative health and environmental impact of animal products, producing fewer emissions and requiring less water and energy to be produced.

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Additive free foods do not contain any synthetic or artificial ingredients and are free from preservatives, artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners, they are typically healthier and more natural and higher in essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.

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We add superfoods to many of our products, offering consumers an extra boost of health benefits. Superfoods are foods that are naturally packed with high levels of vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial nutrients that are important for optimal health.

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Non-GMO ingredients are safer and healthier, as they are not modified with chemicals or genetically engineered, often more nutritious, with more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and they help to support local growers, sustainability, and biodiversity.

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By using environmentally friendly packaging, made from renewable sources that can be composted or recycled, we reduce our reliance on plastic, and thus contribute to limiting the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.

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We are committed to providing only organic products, certified by an independent source, as organic farming is the most sustainable form of agriculture, environmentally friendly, healthier for consumers, and lessens the amount of toxins in our environment.

OUR MANIFESTOS

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PEOPLE

EAT CLEAN NUTRITION MANIFESTO

Developed in collaboration with Alice Mackintosh, registered Nutritional Therapist at The Food Doctor Clinic on Harley Street in London and Co-Founder at supplement company Equi London.

Developed in collaboration with Chemist and Environmental Engineer Dipl. EPFL Olivia Grebler, Founder and CEO of Biolia and the Ecocook programme, Switzerland.

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PLANET

SUSTAIN CLEAN ENVIRONMENTAL MANIFESTO

Developed in collaboration with Chemist and Environmental Engineer Dipl. EPFL Olivia Grebler, Founder and CEO of Biolia and the Ecocook programme, Switzerland.

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