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Social Enterprises Disrupting Conventional Food System to Make it More Sustainable

Social Enterprises Disrupting Conventional Food System to Make it More Sustainable

Ilana Taub, co-founder of Snact that makes fruit snacks from fruit surplus, writes how social enterprises are challenging the status quo by attempting to transform a food system bent towards huge retailers.

Taub lists every aspect of the food cycle: 1 how we grow, 2 how we distribute, 3 how we eat and 4 how we manage leftovers and deal with waste.  Social enterprises are already rising to the task of making the food system more sustainable, environmentally conscientious and socially and healthily conscious.

via New roots: how social enterprises are disrupting the food system | The Guardian



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