It’s most likely that not only do you not know if there is glyphosate is in your favorite foods, the company that made it for you doesn’t know either.
Many major food companies have now launched a venture capital arm, hoping to catch new trends. But as a former executive at one of the world’s largest food companies recently shared, “That’s a good PR story, but those deals don’t put a dent in earnings.” And the valuations on some of these deals are reminiscent of the tech bubble days.
The Boston Globe just shared an article: What Separation from Parents Does to Children: “The results are catastrophic.” While I have been posting on social media about this, this week, I spoke with attorneys in Texas on how we can do more.
Kate Spade. As anxiety, depression and suicide become more and more prevalent in our children’s generation, I’m trying to process the death of this incredibly successful woman. I’ve seen this feed full of friends sharing their thoughts, her products. I don’t know how many presentations and special events I’ve done in her dresses. I’ve worn…
Green Enough takes all the information on how to detox your home from hormone disrupting chemicals that is already out there and makes it palatable, digestible and entertaining.
Five years after the death of her son from an allergic reaction to peanuts, this mother is now a remarkable leader and example of strengths to other parents, particularly those who have lost a child.
Wall Street needs to be asking these multinational food companies what they are doing to build out their supply chains to ensure that they have the ingredients to meet the demand.
This week is food allergy awareness week. For the month, I’m running four stories of families who have lost their kids.
It’s Mother’s Day, and everything in me is swirling this year, as our oldest gets ready to graduate high school this week. I find myself waking up in the night. Have I helped to secure in her the compass she will need to navigate this world? Have I helped her learn to silence the noise…
This week is food allergy awareness week. For the month, I’m running four stories of families who have lost their kids. The first is an interview with the mother of Oakely Debbs.