Next Tuesday, November 29, is the Global Day of Giving. This day is important because it allows us the opportunity to take a step back and reflect on what matters to us, what kind of world we want to live in, and how we can get there during this season of gratitude. Giving Tuesday is … Read more
There are nearly 50 million students enrolled in almost 100,000 public schools across the nation. These students eat a significant portion of their daily calories at school and with Universal Free Meal programs expanding, schools meals are a powerful way to shift our food system. Every day, we have the opportunity to invest in the … Read more
Leerom Segal, Klick Health Co-Founder, and Chairman + Former U.S. President Barack Obama Emily Fowler, Eat Real Champion Rich Levy, Klick Health Chief Creative Officer + Emily Fowler, Eat Real Champion The much anticipated return of #KlickIDX was an energized balance of cutting edge science & engaging human experience that culminated with an hour-long fireside … Read more
This was a big week in Washington D.C. for creating nutrition security in America. The important convening of scientists, politicians, nutrition and health experts, chefs, and food industry innovators couldn’t be more timely – as inflation rises, the average price of a bag of groceries increases daily.
Eat REAL CEO Nora LaTorre sat with Sharad Kharé on the Human Biography Podcast to talk about Eat REAL, our work, and the deep systemic food system issues facing our nation today. The conversation focuses on Eat REAL’s role in expanding access to nutritious food through schools. In addition to the award-winning certification program and … Read more
Regenerative Organic Agriculture is an approach to food and farming systems that focuses on soil health, conserving water, sequestering carbon, and promoting biodiversity. It overlaps with organic practices, which means no synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, genetically modified organisms, etc. Many different practices can be considered “regenerative,” and different soil types, geography, or climate may require other … Read more