We’ve made the top 10 in The Sunday Times Fast Track and thought you might like to know We are so so happy and overwhelmed by the support Huel has had over the last 5 years. Especially by this community who believe in us and our mission.
In a year that has been the toughest for businesses in a long time it does not escape us how privileged we are.
Thank you to all of you, who have Huel, who wear the t-shirt with pride and tell friends, family and random passers by about us! You’re everything.
There’s more information here. You might remember in 2018 we won the Fast Track ‘Ones to Watch’. The difference is that this year we made the main list.
The Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over their latest three years.
Whereas the ‘Ones to Watch’:
features promising private British companies from a cross-section of industries that do not qualify for the main league table but deserve special recognition.
Dietitians and Nutritionists are two different roles. Dietitians are trained and regulated professionals who promote nutritional well-being as well as treating medical conditions through nutrition therapy. Nutritionists are not legally regulated and focus on promoting healthy and balanced eating habits / lifestyles. They tend to work with healthy individuals seeking to improve their nutrition intake by making better choices about the food they eat.
Dietitians are heavily regulated and need to meet specific professional requirements and register with the relevant body in their country. This is because the field of dietetics can be both medical and diagnostic. Nutritionists are often not regulated by law and anyone can call themselves a nutritionist. Some countries have ‘registered nutritionists’ when they have a recognised degree in nutritional science.
Because of this, nutritionists are more often found in commercial companies than dietitians.