Category: Nutrient Dense Food

Cristina Domecq – Building a regenerative movement by connecting 350000 consumers directly with 250 farmers

A conversation with Cristina Domenecq, Impact & Sustainability Officer at Crowdfarming, about direct-to-consumer platforms, consumers ready to buy long term, farmers ready to supply long term, transparency and more.

Will Harris – Why one of the largest pasture raised company in the US doing really well but still barely making any money

A conversation with Will Harris, owner of White Oak Pastures, six generations, 156-year-old family farm in Bluffton, Georgia, about being in the space for 25 years but barely making money, new people wanting to get into the space, the unfairness built into the highly chemical, fossil fuel, extractive agriculture systems and a lot more.

Helmy Abouleish – How to scale regenerative agriculture in Egypt from 2000 farmers to 40000 in one year without charging a premium

A conversation with Helmy Abouleish, CEO of SEKEM, a legendary bio-dynamic farm in Egypt, about growing an agriculture company with 2000 farmers in the desert of Egypt, carbon credits and more.

Coline Burland – Radical transparency, showing exactly how much farmer, maker and brand make is the key to consumer demand

A conversation with Coline Burland, co-founder of Omie and Head of Product Development & Sales, about radical transparency, transition for the farmers, consumers as part of the transition, quality products, fair prices and much more.

Mary Purdy – Why a supplement company launched a flour product

A conversation with Mary Purdy, eco dietician and nutrition and sustainability advisor for Big Bold Health, about the flour business, what it has to do with our gut health, the cousin of buckwheat and much more.

Yasmine Cathell – Deep nutrition research on a 350 hectare commercial arable farm, everything from counting worms to sap analysis

A conversation with Yasmine Cathell, Nutrition Project Manager at Soil Heroes Foundation, about her journey into regenerative agriculture, and her MBA studies until her cutting-edge nutrient density research in the south of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on a large commercial potato, onion, and wheat farm.

Peter Byck – Roots So Deep (you can see the devil down there)

A conversation with Peter Byck, filmmaker and a wrangler of scientists, about regenerative vs conventional grazing and his new 4 part documentary series Roots So Deep (you can see the devil down there).

Eric Jackson – Want to work on nutrient density? Start with animal protein

A conversation with Eric Jackson, board chair of BioNutrient Food Association, about nutrient density, the research, the practical implication, soil carbon credits, cell-based and plant-based meat replacements and more.

Pierre Weill – After certifying the quality of over $3B of animal protein a year, now turning to vegetables

A check-in conversation with Pierre Weill, a world-leading researcher and practitioner when it comes to nutrient density and food and co-founder of Bleu-Blanc-Coeur, the largest certification body in the world focusing on the quality of food, about the latest scientific developments, research on animal protein and vegetable nutrient density, and more.

Erin Martin – Saving $750K by providing nutrient dense fruit and vegetables to 50 people with severe diabetes for 12 months

A conversation with Erin Martin, director of Fresh RX, about insurance providers and what is holding them back, why we haven’t seen any outcome-based structures being set up, where is the first social impact bond in healthy nutrient-dense food, savings, diet-related diseases and more.