Black Software Engineer Launches Successful Vegan Cheese Brand

Meet Dianna King, a software engineer and...co-founder and CEO of Eat UNrestricted
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Meet Dianna King, a software engineer and food connoisseur from Atlanta, Georgia, who is also the co-founder and CEO of Eat UNrestricted, one of few lines of plant-based vegan cheese products owned by an African American woman.

As hundreds of thousands of people switch to plant-based diet plans, vegan cheese is occupying a large portion of the overall vegan product sales. According to research conducted by Future Market Insights, the demand for vegan CPG is enormous while the supply cannot catch its rapidly growing popularity.

Diane says that she wants to tackle this issue with her brand which is dedicated to providing the best quality products for veganism enthusiasts, people with food allergies, and anyone who wants to improve their health.

A graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology with a bachelor degree in electrical engineering, Dianna's profession lies in engineering, but she says that she was a food connoisseur before anything else. She says that a good part of the inspiration behind founding Eat UNrestricted is to present actionable solutions to the rising demand for healthy, quality vegan products.
Visit Eat UNrestricted: https://eatunrestricted.com/

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