Vegan Entrepreneur Alex Petrides Makes Forbes '30 Under 30' List

The annual listing features what Forbes describes as a collection of young disruptors - 'bold risk-takers bringing new ideas to Europe'
allplants Co-founder Alex Petrides
allplants co-founder Alex Petrides (Photo: Supplied)

Vegan entrepreneur and Co-founder of meal delivery service allplants Alex Petrides has been listed as one of Forbes '30 under 30 in Europe' Retail and Commerce.

The annual listing features what Forbes describes as 300 'young disruptors' across 10 categories including Art & Culture, Technology, and Sport and Games among others.

According to Forbes, its list features '300 young disruptors...a collection of bold risk-takers bringing new ideas to Europe."

Alex Petrides co-founded Allplants with his brother Jonathan

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"Petrides founded allplants in 2017 with his 34-year-old brother, [Jonathan 'JP' Petrides]" says Forbes. "The London-based startup wants to make it easy for people to eat delicious, eco-friendly plant-based meals.

"allplants has cooked and delivered more than 500,000 meals across the U.K. and prepares 12,000 meals a week. Allplants has raised £8.3 million from investors including Felix Capital and Octopus Investments."

"Making veganism mainstream, approachable and celebrated is why we started allplants," Alex Petrides told Plant Based News. "Recognition like this goes a long way to say how we're all doing as a plant-based community - and as for my inclusion in the list, it's a real achievement for how our whole team are building a movement from allplants hq."

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