I like to consider myself a coffee connoisseur and I care about the craft of the cup of coffee that I enjoy throughout my day. Laughing Man® Coffee founded by actor, Hugh Jackman has quickly become my new favorite!
Sustainability is becoming more and more important to consumers, and is driving consumer decisions. PepsiCo gets this and has stated that all of its electricity in the U.S. will come from renewable energy sources, like wind and solar, in 2020.
Folks ask me about the state of packaging all the time because I’m a foodie that cares about the planet! Nestle is coming to the table with exciting news as they continue their quest to make 100% of packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025 and achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The FruitGuys are making big strides in living out their mission statement to have a meaningful impact on the community. Since 1998, when the company was born, they’ve strived to help grow healthy companies and better people’s lives by providing healthy food choices in workplaces across the country.
As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, Americans are busy planning what they’ll be serving for Turkey Day feasts this year. As they plan and shop for meal staples like carrots, corn, apples for pies, and potatoes for mashing, many don’t consider where the ingredients come from.
Recently, The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo, and Keurig Dr Pepper announced a new sustainability initiative with the World Wildlife Fund (WFF) known as Every Bottle Back. What’s the ultimate goal?
Looking for simple ways to reduce your company’s environmental footprint? With the average American creating over 4 pounds of trash every day and spending 26 percent of their week at work, imagine how much some small changes in the office can impact the amount of trash created.
There’s a movement out there, ladies and gentlemen, and it focuses on how diet impacts health. According to The NPD Group, food used to be about taste, enjoyment, and sustenance. These three focuses have shifted, with now almost 80% of folks saying that they view “food as medicine.”
As we’re leaving the summer months behind, I had to give a quick shout out to Halo Top, the low-sugar, high-protein frozen treat that was founded in 2012. When Halo Top first appeared in the market, they definitely sweetened things up in a unique way…
Tracie talks about healthy lunches in the workplace and the big announcement that PepsiCo recently made.