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Ancient Nutrition has released its new brand anthem, called “Believe” to highlight the importance of nutrition through regenerative organic superfoods and its goal of...

Univar Announces Collaboration with The Hatchery Chicago

Downers Grove, IL—Univar Solutions has announced a collaboration with the nonprofit food business incubator The Hatchery Chicago, which is now home to Univar’s new...
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National Co+op Grocers Invests in Black Farmers

Saint Paul, MN—National Co+op Grocers (NCG) is continuing its investment in Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund Food Box Program, which connects Black farmers...
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Why Diversity & Inclusion May Drive the Future of the Food Industry

It’s no surprise that the face of the U.S. consumer is growing more diverse year by year. With that in mind, the food industry...

O&N to Host Fundraiser for HBCUs at SupplySide West

Washington, D.C.—The Organic & Natural Health Association (O&N) will host a fundraiser at SupplySide West for the Williams-Franklin Foundation (WFF), to support students of...
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Businesses Take Action on Earth Day

Earth Day is on the way, and companies are speaking out about actions that they are taking and actions that need to be taken....

The Empower Project Names Gelato Company First Winner

The Empower Project has selected its first winner: Bon AppéSweet, a gelato company founded and run by a single mother. “There are so many potential...

Study Finds Association Between Vit D Levels, COVID-19 Risk in Black Individuals

Chicago, IL—Having vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient may lower risk of infection for Black people, according to a new study from...

Cannabis Medicine Association Launches for BIPOC Health Professionals

New York, NY—The Association for Cannabis Health Equity and Medicine (ACHEM) launched on Saturday, February 27, with a Virtual Open House and Launch Party. ACHEM...

BIPOC May Experience Relief from Effects of Racism Through Psychedelics, Study Suggests

Columbus, OH—Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) whose encounters with racism have had lasting harm may benefit from a single positive experience on...