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For companies looking to integrate carbon farming practices into their supply chain, farmer engagement is an early and crucial step to success. Happy Family Brands is on this journey as part of their agriculture commitment, and has just completed their first farmer training program. Katie Clark, their sustainability director, returned from Argentina a few days ago and gave us an update on what they’ve learned from their pilot training project.
Lotus Foods co-founders Caryl Levine and Ken Lee are committed to changing the way rice is grown around the world. In their efforts to do so, they are proving that reducing methane emissions can work hand-in-hand with increased farmer livelihoods, reductions in water usage and empowerment for women.
Glens’ Garden Market has climate action in its DNA. Founder Danielle Vogel created the Washington, D.C.-based store after leaving a career working on climate change legislation in the U.S. Senate. “Glen’s exists to make climate change progress – one bite at a time – by serving Good Food from close by, and growing relationships with partners, who treat their land, their animals and their ingredients with respect,” says Vogel.
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