Miyoko Schinner is with us today to talk about her company, Miyoko’s Creamery, and her mission to create the new gold standard for food that is “Phenomenally Vegan”.
She is deeply passionate about compassion, and respecting the lives of all living things.
Miyoko is a recognized business icon who has revolutionizing dairy. Her company is the fastest growing plant-based cheese brand in the U.S.
You can find Miyoko's products on the shelves of retailers including Target, Trader Joe's, Safeway, and Kroger’s to name a few.
This episode will have you reaching for her dairy products the next time you pick up the groceries (and maybe one of her five best-selling cookbooks to go with it?).
Get ready to savor every minute of Good Company today.
“Life only means something if you can create value…you have to create value for the world, that’s why we’re here. We aren't a company with a mission, we're a mission with a business.”
Yes, we got goosebumps too.
Miyoko has lot’s to share, and you don’t want to miss a minute of it!
Highlights from The Episode:
We learn how and why compassion is at the heart of Miyoko’s mission - 3:01
Miyoko speaks from her heart about what being vegan means to her - 6:27
Miyoko shares her passion for, and the meaning of, what individual rights truly mean - 9:46
We learn how having compassion as a core value, affects Miyoko’s as a company - 12:34
Miyoko shares an anecdote about discomfort and growth in her company - 20:10
Miyoko shares why her Innovation Credo is a critical success factor in her business - 24:04
"All of the world's problems come down to a lack of compassion."
“When you find that you are no longer creating harm, there is great joy that comes from that. When you can liberate yourself from not hurting others."
“We want to maintain that whole plant in its natural state as much as possible. We don’t want to adulterate it with starches and gums and flavors and things like that. We want a really clean ingredient label and we want to produce a product that has all the real nutrients that plant may have.”