Steve Demos I

Via on Feb 28, 2008

Steve Demos is a mover and a shaker—founder of Silk Soy and WhiteWave. He’s also, as Waylon Lewis puts it, the richest Buddhist in America. We sat and talked at the HQ of his new venture, Next Foods.

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9 Responses to “Steve Demos I”

  1. [...] recyclable, I would be hooked. GoodBelly is the first product to be introduced by Silk Soy/WhiteWave founder Steve Demos’ new company, [...]

  2. [...] month or so ago (the night before our elevision talk show with Sharon Salzberg, Steve Demos & Dominic of The Motet) our ex-intern Katya and I attended a design lecture that Ryan hosted [...]

  3. [...] from the inspiration of four natural products pioneers—Steve Demos, Drake Sadler, Doug Greene and Peter Roy—the three-day panel discussion extravaganza hopes to [...]

  4. [...] John Mackey (who didn’t remember me after our sit down at his Boulder home a few years back), Steve Demos (I’d been editing his interview in our upcomin’, last issue all afternoon, so it was [...]

  5. [...] Good Belly: Check out our interview with founder Steve Demos, also founder of Silk Soymilk, here.  Karthein’s Organic Raw Cultured Sauerkraut: Probiotic sauerkraut, who woulda thunk it? [...]

  6. [...] thinking I’d be supporting the latest venture of one of the area’s natural products pioneers, Steve Demos, and that it may be a good foot to set off on in my new community. The rest of the ReFresh client [...]

  7. [...] veganism, hybrids and soy milk is a mark of being a girly boy! If that’s the case, serve this soy boy a dry cappuccino—though ya’ll can keep the H&M scarf—I’d rather take [...]

  8. [...] The bar made Chai Martinis as an aperativo. My sister is allergic to dairy and had hers with soymilk. The tables were adorned with rose petals, candles and some other stuff. DĂ©cor is not my area of [...]

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