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
“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.”