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Redefining Dinnertime with One Potato's Rache Brand
Episode 1517th November 2022 • Pulp Nonfiction • Sustana Fiber
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Our next episode of Sustana Fiber's Pulp NonFiction: The Paper & Packaging Podcast features Rache Brand, CEO of One Potato, a popular Los Angeles-based meal kit subscription service, and a partner in Star Strong Capital (SSC). Rache serves up several helpings of the latest tasty trends in the meal kit space from how her kits are working to reduce our waistlines as well as plastic waste, what meal kit companies like One Potato are doing to incorporate more sustainable paper-based packaging materials, how intermittent fasting can improve our wellbeing, and much more!

Mark your calendar and tune in on Friday, November 18th beginning at 9:00am EST.

This podcast is brought to you by Sustana Fiber, a leading producer of FSC®-certified sustainable recycled fibers. At our facilities in De Pere, Wisconsin in the United States and Lévis, Quebec in Canada, we use automated proprietary processes to transform recovered paper into high-quality recycled fiber for use in printing papers, tissue grades and formed molded fiber packaging.

We also produce EnviroLife®, a sustainable recycled fiber compliant with FDA standards for food service packaging. Learn more about how our products and manufacturing practices support the circular economy at

Greg Johnson, Host

Sustana Fiber’s Director of New Business Development, Greg has held various sales and marketing leadership roles with organizations including DS Smith, Johnson Paper, and Whiting. Greg enjoys helping companies improve their packaging and has extensive experience introducing sustainable paper and packaging products to brands such as Starbucks, Quaker Oats, and Target.

Dr. Marta Pazos, Co-Host

A passionate sustainability advocate while working at Coca-Cola, Estee Lauder, Procter & Gamble, and the United States Department of Defense, Marta holds a PhD in Polymer Science. With her refreshing and unpretentious sense of style, Marta explains even the most complex scientific subjects in an easy-to-understand, educational, yet fun way. As a scientist, Marta has been able to develop and qualify many innovations in product formulations, materials, and decorations for consumer products and their packaging.

As a partner of a newly created skin care enterprise, Marta has been spending a great deal of her time concocting blends that, while they don’t promise miracles, are assured of creating a transformation guaranteed to make you happier with yourself.