Partake Foods’ Denise Woodard is the only woman of color to raise $1M for a food start-up.
As people respond to the shock of the pandemic, it’s interesting to hear their perspectives about pre-pandemic days.
“America, less than 1% of our farmland is organic….” Not enough Americans know this. With over 911 millions farmable acres in the United States, less than 1% of those acres are organic. So while 80% of us are now eating something organic, and 75% of grocery store categories now carry something organic, less than 1%…
From Annie’s and General Mills to Once Upon a Farm, John Foraker’s experience transcends age groups and categories.
More than 80% of U.S. households purchase organic food or beverages on a regular basis, which is great, but that still only accounts for roughly 5% of total U.S. food and beverage sales.
I recently came across this read on Facebook. It floored me, it is everything a parent has done and seen and felt that all to often goes unacknowledged.
Becky Basalone founded the Teal Pumpkin Project to help protect families from the dangers of food allergies at Halloween time.
Give employees an extra hour at lunch on Election Day to go out and exercise their right to vote, to participate in this democracy that our ancestors, advocates, and military have fought so hard to protect.
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.
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.