Join us to learn from Eartha Lowe and Richard Counsell, founders of Mississauga-based vegan catering company, RicherEarth Vegan Eats!
They’ll be taking us through a recipe demo, and talking about developing recipes as well as being entrepreneurs in food.
Learn more about them and their awesome company below!
True vegan products inspired by fresh and local ingredients with a taste of Jamaican culture.
The story goes that once upon a time there was a guy named Richard who met a girl named Eartha. The two fell in love over their shared appreciation for good food, and got together to create a “richer earth.”
Richard Counsell has a background in social work, managing food booths at tradeshows, and also operated a food truck.
Eartha Lowe is a food writer, food photographer, recipe developer, and entrepreneur. She is also the founder of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine. Cooking Green Goodness Magazine is the first black-owned 100% vegan food and wellness magazine in Canada.
Richard, just like Eartha, also has an entrepreneurial spirit. RicherEarth Vegan Eats is their love story.
Their mission is to: work with causes for the protection of, and ethical treatment of animals; through vegan food programs, inspire a shift in thinking about how we choose to nourish our bodies, and build a community willing to learn about the many ways to embrace veganism.
They have a line of artisan dressings, soup and stews, pure natural juices, and baked goods.
Good food has always been a passion for the cooks and Culinary Nutritionists at RicherEarth Vegan Eats. This company understands that good nutrition plays a crucial role for healthy living. They understand the importance of cooking with whole fresh foods and real ingredients, and why they are worth embracing.
RicherEarth Vegan Eats develops true vegan products inspired by fresh and local ingredients with a taste of Jamaican culture.
Find out more here: https://richerearthveganeats.com/
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Ecosource is an innovative environmental organization inspiring our community to care about and take personal action for the environment through creative public education. The Peel Local Food Literacy in Action project increases opportunities for Peel residents to connect with nature, understand their impact on the local food system through hands-on field-to-table learning and take action to improve the health of their communities through neighborhood projects. This project is generously supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Visit ecosource.ca to learn more.