The drive behind starting Wholefood Canteen was to make a difference and challenge status quo. Find out what our mission is, why we’re different and discover what we’ve learned since we opened doors 10 months ago. By Belinda Pooley I had my first light bulb moment to start Wholefood Canteen in May 2013. At the […]
Guest Post By Holly Davis Some lesser known facts about Holly: She was one of the co-founders of Iku, Australia’s first ever truly wholefood eating establishment; her share in which she has since sold. On her way to live in Australia in 1982, she stopped in Japan to study at the school of macrobiotic philosophy […]
With over 25 years experience in the organic whole foods industry, she is known across Australia for her dedication and contribution to the organic and whole food movement. And did I mention her exceptionally delicious food too?
I first discovered the world of raw and living foods in 2007. At the time, I was following a strict vegan diet so the idea of forgoing meat and dairy didn’t faze me. What I was more concerned about was the dilemma of what a ‘raw foodie’ would eat if they didn’t eat beans, legumes and soy products (which I was consuming a great deal of at the time).
I recently had the pleasure of catching up with Laurentine ten Bosch, film producer, director and one half of the food documentary phenomenon that is Food Matters.