‘It was like a drug’: Joe’s plants are ‘killing us’
Joe’s Farms, a company that markets vegan food products and clothing, has seen its share price drop more than 60% since the start of the year, despite the company’s $4.3bn acquisition by online retailer Trent Williams.
On the company website, a section titled “My Plants” reads: “I have been fortunate enough to grow so many different plants, from vegetables to herbs, flowers, herbs, nuts, fruits, berries, mushrooms and more.
These have been so beneficial for me that they have become a part of my diet.
But I am not satisfied with just the ingredients.
I am also not satisfied that they are all available to me in the same way.
I wanted to be able to grow the food, but I also wanted to eat it myself. “
I wanted to challenge myself to produce healthy plant based meals that were healthy and tasty for me.
With my plant-based meal plan, I’m not just growing the ingredients I need, I am growing the food. “
Joe’s Plant Foods is my way of doing that.
With my plant-based meal plan, I’m not just growing the ingredients I need, I am growing the food.
And I want everyone to be as happy as I am with how my food is making me feel.”
I know that the health benefits of plant-rich foods are clear and undeniable.
My hope is that people will understand that plant-free diets are healthy and can improve their health.
“The beauty of my plant based meal plan is that it includes ingredients from my own home, and that means that all the ingredients are plant-grown.
And with the help of the Trent Williams team, I have been able to expand my family to include a total of nine plants, including a number of herbs and plants I grow at home.”
A spokesperson for the company told MTV News that the company is not currently selling products through its website, and does not currently have any plans to do so.
“Our products are designed to provide people with the nutrition they need for a healthier lifestyle, and we have plans to grow more plants in the future,” the spokesperson said.
“We believe in growing our supply chain and partnering with the most sustainable suppliers of food products.”
Joe’s Plants is based in St Helens, West Sussex.