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Accelerating Healthier Futures Together

Over the years, we’ve seen Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) embark on new initiatives, bringing along their star-studded friends to amplify the great work taking place across the country. At the 2019 PHA Annual Summit, a plethora of unlikely partners gathered together once again, united by the mission to create a healthier country. It was a reminder that if there’s one message we still need to hear in our current climate riddled with silos and divisiveness, it’s that we’ll go further together.

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The 2nd Annual Culinary Nutrition Conference

Chefs and nutrition professionals came together for the 2nd Annual Culinary Nutrition Conference this month at the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) in New York City. This full-day event integrated innovative culinary techniques and nutrition science in order to help attendees provide their communities with practical skills to implement and maintain healthy behavior change. The conference included an interactive combination of lectures and hands-on cooking workshops led by leading RDNs in the culinary and communication realms of dietetics.

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Internet of Food Brought to Life at IC-Foods 2019

When the concept of the “Internet of Food” comes up, people often ask, “don’t we already have an internet? And can’t you find food there?” The answer is yes, and no. Of course, the internet itself is jam-packed with food but the internet of food may also be thought of as “the database of food” and also how closely food and technology are linked in our ever-connected world.

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The Chicago Council on Global Affairs: Global Food Security Symposium 2019

For the past 10 years, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs has been convening key stakeholders from the public, private and NGO sectors at their annual Global Food Security Symposium. This year, the meeting in Washington, DC on March 20th and 21st coincided with the release of the Council’s latest report, which was the theme of the 2019 symposium: From Scarcity to Security: Managing Water for a Nutritious Food Future.

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The Evolving Regulatory and Marketing Landscape of Lab-Grown Meat

Cell-cultured meat, also known as lab-grown meat or clean meat, is generated through a complex process using cells from healthy animals and combining it with other compounds. It is a process that scientists have performed in labs for years but has just now hit the consumer market.

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Eat Well Global Proudly Announces B Corp Certification

We are excited to announce Eat Well Global is now officially B CorpTM certified!

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PRESS RELEASE: Eat Well Global Joins Corporate Leaders in Social Responsibility with Recent B Corporation® Certification

Certified B Corporations® include businesses that voluntarily meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability, ultimately balancing profit and purpose.

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PRESS RELEASE: Healthy Marketing Team and Eat Well Global join forces to help industry address rapidly changing consumer nutrition market in North America

The international brand strategy and nutrition innovation agency, Healthy Marketing Team (HMT), announce their cooperation with Eat Well Global, Inc (EWG), adding their expertise in credentialed health influencer engagement.

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Eat Well Global Brings Nutrition Communication to the Forefront at EFAD 2018

Eat Well Global participated in the 40th Anniversary European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. This annual conference brings together dietitians and dietetic students from 33 National Dietetic Associations, representing 29 European countries.

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“Nutrition is Everyone’s Business”: Insights from the SDG Conference – Partnerships are Critical to Ending Hunger

This August, Eat Well Global attended the SDG-Conference ‘Towards Zero Hunger: Partnerships for Impact’ at Wageningen University & Research in the Netherlands.

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Communicating to Influence at EFAD Conference 2018

For dietitians, the ability to communicate effectively is an essential skill. Whether working in a hospital, school, food company or even your own business – being able to convey the importance of good nutrition is part of the job. But it is not always obvious how to educate on nutrition in a compelling way that inspires change.

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Partnership for a Healthier America Summit Brings 360 Degree View of Better Health

The 2018 PHA Summit brought together diverse stakeholders to support their mission: make the healthy choice, the easy choice.

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Food Tank 2018 Highlights Need for Farmer Support

At the recent Food Tank Summit in Washington, D.C., farmers, senators, members of Congress, nonprofit and business leaders, media, and young entrepreneurs joined forces to discuss the topic “Cultivating the Next Generation of Young Food Leaders” in partnership with George Washington University.

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What in the World is Neurogastronomy?

Any SAT-word loving geek can break down the word neurogastronomy. Neuro indicates brain and gastronomy links to food and culinary. There is a lot of interest in brain health and nutrition these days, looking at how our brain lights up when we eat certain things or the communication we get from our gut or how nutrients like choline can impact brain health. But none of these seems to fit into neurogastronomy specifically. So what is it?

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Dubai International Food Safety Conference Brings Big Data to the Plate

Technology and food safety were the name of the game at the 11th Annual Dubai International Food Safety Conference, which took place November 19-21, 2017 at the World Trade Centre in Dubai. The three-day event brings together the best minds in food safety from the Gulf Region and around the world.

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Harvesting Insights from the Next Generation of Food Security Innovators: Thought For Food Global Summit 2017

Have you ever heard of choco-panda ice cream? Me neither. How about a superhero on a mission to teach kids about nutrition and food security? If these sound like the building blocks of some sort of futuristic food and agriculture-focused utopia, you wouldn’t be far off from what went down at the Thought For Food (TFF) Global Summit in Amsterdam on May 26 and 27.

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Flexible & Entrepreneur Dietitians – Global Dietitians interviews Eat Well Global

Global Dietitians interviews Eat Well Global’s founding partner Julie Meyer

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Eat Well Global on Influencer Trust at Food Vision Asia

It is no news: achieving a healthy lifestyle is top of mind for millions of people around the globe and social media plays a big role in driving purchasing decisions through peer recommendations and the cult of online personalities.

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Eat Well Global Talks Authenticity in Food Navigator Interview

With an apparent rise in distrust of science and facts coupled with an increase in social media marketing, there has been a shift in consumer beliefs. Today, consumers and influencers want to be involved in the conversation and they demand transparency

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Eat Well Global at Food Vision in London!

Trend makers, marketing and communication specialists and industry leaders gathered at the Food Vision event in London, from 1-3 March. Among the speakers sharing insights was Eat Well Global’s Managing Partner Erin Boyd Kappelhof…

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Eat Well Global addresses health influencers & brand power in Food Navigator article

In times where consumer demand for transparency and authenticity intersect with fast pace influencer marketing, reaching consumers through trusted sources is key to successful communication.

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Eat Well Global talks 2017 global food trends on Food Navigator-USA’s Podcast

To kick off 2017, Julie Meyer, co-founder of Eat Well Global and GA4HNC, participated in two episodes of Food Navigator-USA’s Soup-to-Nuts-Podcast.

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Convenient, Committed and Cool: 2016 NY Produce Show Review

Today’s consumer seeks more from their produce and industry is delivering

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The American Public’s Opinion on Food Science

A recent survey by the Pew Research Center asked Americans about their opinions regarding the science behind food and health recommendations and their findings are quite interesting

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What Americans Think About Healthy Eating

With impending changes in the political climate, many people have been asking what this means for the future of food policy.

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Food Vision USA: Innovation, Disruption and What’s Next

Leaders from start-ups to trend makers to innovative disruptors share their thoughts on the big question: what’s next?

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Want people to eat more fruits and vegetables? Inspire them.

As a nutritionist, I love this statement. As a communicator, I couldn’t agree more.

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ICD 2016: How Dietitians Can Impact Sustainable Eating

What role can (and should) dietitians play in the sustainability dialogue? We went to Granada to find out!

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The Future Is Now: New Harvest 2016

Several hundred (309 to be specific) researchers, entrepreneurs, visionaries, futurists and interested parties gathered under sunny skies in San Francisco on July 13th for the first New Harvest 2016 session.

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