Mark Crumpacker – A Leader in Creative Marketing Strategy

Mark Crumpacker has more than two decades of experience as a marketing and strategy specialist. Skilled in the art of emotional storytelling, he focuses on delivering quality marketing content that sends the best possible message to consumers. To achieve this goal, Mark Crumpacker draws upon years of experience in the realm of consumer behavior and its effect on brands’ marketing strategies.  Continue.

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3 of the Surprising Ways Entrepreneurs Are Upcycling Food “Waste”

3 of the Surprising Ways Entrepreneurs Are Upcycling Food “Waste”

Confronted with a bin of discarded avocado pits, most of us would probably think “waste.” However, faced with that same sight, Sheetal Bahirat and Christa Kwaw-Yankson had a different reaction: “opportunity.” It’s perhaps not surprising that Bahirat and Kwaw-Yankson saw potential instead of waste. After all, the two are graduate students at Drexel University’s Food… Continue Reading

These 5 Apps Are Helping Prevent Food Waste

These 5 Apps Are Helping Prevent Food Waste

Food waste is one of the biggest challenges facing our global food system. According to the collaborative coalition ReFED, approximately 62.5 million tons of food are wasted every year in the United States alone. That’s a shocking figure for a country where more than one in 10 households experienced food insecurity in 2017. Equally staggering… Continue Reading

7 of the Best Books about Our Food System

7 of the Best Books about Our Food System

If we want to create a better global food system, one that is sustainable and equitable for all the world’s citizens, we need to make some big changes to the ways that food is currently produced, purchased, eaten, and discarded. For individual consumers, learning more about the issues at stake is an important first step… Continue Reading

Spotlight on the Fight against Food Deserts

Spotlight on the Fight against Food Deserts

Defined as geographic areas where residents have restricted or nonexistent access to affordable, healthy food options (especially items like fresh fruits and vegetables), “food deserts” are a significant problem in the United States. According to the most recent study from the USDA, 39 million Americans live in communities where they must travel at least a… Continue Reading