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EAT THE CHANGE LAUNCHES #incrEDIBLEplanetchallenge EARTH MONTH CAMPAIGN TO PROPEL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE THROUGH EVERYDAY CHOICESTogether with Partners Such as Beyond Meat®, Ripple Foods®, and S’well®, The 21-Day Social Media Challenge Aims to Show that Small Lifestyle and Dietary Shifts Can Help Address Climate Change
Eat the Change Impact (ETC Impact), the philanthropic partner of the planet-based snack company, Eat the Change, announced it is expanding the size of its grant program by 50% from $335,000 in 2020 to $525,000 in 2021. In addition, Flora Plant Butter announced it would be participating in the grants program, increasing the funding available by $25,000. Founded in 2020 by social entrepreneurs Seth Goldman and Julie Farkas, ETC Impact works to promote and expand access to climate-friendly foods across the nation. The grant program has committed to invest more than $1.25 million over three years to support a diverse group of changemaking organizations.
ACTIVIST ENTREPRENEUR SETH GOLDMAN AND VETERAN RESTAURATEUR SPIKE MENDELSOHN LAUNCH EAT THE CHANGE, A NEW BRAND OF CHEF-CRAFTED AND PLANET-FRIENDLY SNACKS The First Product For the New Company is Mushroom Jerky, Elevated BETHESDA, MD (March 1, 2021) -- Today, Eat the Change, the company on a mission to create chef-crafted and nutrient-dense snacks that help mitigate climate change, announces the national launch of its first packaged product, Eat the Change Organic Mushroom Jerky. Available in five varieties, including Sea Salt + Cracked Pepper, Hickory Smokehouse, Maple Mustard, Habanero BBQ and Teriyaki Ginger, Eat the Change Organic Mushroom Jerky is a...
Social Entrepreneurs Seth Goldman and Julie Farkas Announce Eat the Change® Impact Community-Based Grant Recipients
Social entrepreneurs Seth Goldman and Julie Farkas announced today the selection of 21 community-based nonprofit organizations as grant recipients for the inaugural cycle of the Eat the Change® Impact grant program.