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Fortune recently spoke with cofounders Shipman and Renahan to learn more about their insights and predictions for their business and the plant-based food industry after a year in which grocery shopping was completely upended.
Even as the pandemic upends the restaurant world, this reform can and must happen.
It also shows that the same disruptive sentiments that upended American politics in recent years are now taking aim at the financial system.
It’s a huge understatement to say the pandemic upended everything.
The disease’s terrifying ability to so swiftly upend the rhythms and rituals of everyday life only added to the war’s larger social disruptions.
As the coronavirus vaccines have rolled out, so too have promising messages about what the shots mean for the countless lives upended by the pandemic.
The pandemic, the threat of foreign interference, misinformation, changes at the US Postal Service, fears of voter intimidation and violence — any or all of it could have upended the vote.
For context, recall that Nike’s Vaporfly 4% shoes upended the running world because they offered an average running economy improvement of four percent.
Bears running back David Montgomery lost possession of the ball as he was upended on a catch.
For the Howze sisters, the law has upended their quest for accountability.

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