With Mother’s Day just around the corner, the Supermom posts are flying around. The intent behind them is, no doubt, very well meaning. You ask any mom you know, and she’ll give you an honest answer, sometimes motherhood is so hard that it leaves you breathless. I’ve rattled off the statistics about the health of…
If nature taught us anything, it’s that homogenous systems fail. That homogeneity is pervasive in corporations, where diversity is lacking in the C-Suite and on boards, and it’s also deeply lacking in funding opportunities. Women do not have access to funding opportunities, which means innovation and emerging leadership is coming from a homogenous demographic, not…
50 years ago the USA led the way in regulating pesticides, but research published today in Environmental Health finds that the country is still using many pesticides that are either banned or being phased out in the EU, China and Brazil.
Our food system has a systemic, structural problem. In every problem, there is an enormous opportunity to create really smart systems that address the challenges we’re seeing.
From Annie’s and General Mills to Once Upon a Farm, John Foraker’s experience transcends age groups and categories.
Jay and his classmate, Karn, shortly after the death of George Floyd launched a fundraiser for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Partake Foods’ Denise Woodard is the only woman of color to raise $1M for a food start-up.
Food Equality Initiative is a voice for individuals who qualify for government assistance but due to their medical condition of food allergies cannot take full advantage of the program.
This morning, a friend shared this video with me, a father, reading a story to his children.
In the food industry, we have a trade show called “Expo West.” It’s been happening for over 30 years, and it’s size is massive, with over 80,000 attendees and over 5,000 companies presenting. This year, many commented that “the show has lost its soul.” Others were totally and completely jazzed, a real bifurcation.