Supercharging With Protein: The EVERY Company’s Arturo Elizondo

How do you disrupt a $200 billion food industry?

For EVERY founder Arturo Elizondo, who used to work for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, one problem was clear: protein.

To get enough of it, Americans alone are slaughtering over 1 million animals per hour. Substitute plant proteins just aren't cutting it.

The solution? Yeast.

EVERY has honed the tasty, protein-packed powers of yeast, garnering $200 million from notable investors and changing the way we eat.

Find out how EVERY is thriving in the tough, well-established food market.

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