Impact

We define impact through our vision: good nutrition is good business. The way we see it, increased demand for healthier foods is good for everyone — for individuals, businesses and society as a whole. Impact also shows up in how we do business, structure our company, and interact with our communities through the policies and procedures we put into place. And although impact can take on many meanings, one thing is certain: there is always more to be done.

Our Mission

To empower global change agents in food and nutrition

Our Vision

Good nutrition is good business

Our Mission and Vision Deconstructed

We empower our clients to move the needle on health and nutrition – from improving product portfolios to sharing and translating science. We gather key insights and evidence, develop strategies and guidelines, create and disseminate content, facilitate partnerships and build effective tools, platforms and networks – all of which equip our clients to further their efforts around nutrition and health.

Our clients include companies in the food, beverage, agriculture and pharmaceutical sectors whose products and services span the globe. We also partner with commodity boards and trade associations representing farmers, growers and producers throughout the supply chain that play key roles in our global food system. And we work with global non-profits or health organizations that strive to improve the lives of vulnerable populations worldwide.

Whether it’s due to the sheer scale of meals they serve, their status as a best-loved brand or the magnitude of their influence, our clients are poised to be agents for positive change when it comes to people’s health and wellbeing. But health and nutrition experts also have the credibility and authority to be change agents, which is why we regularly offer new platforms to amplify their voices as well, enabling greater impact. Additionally, as a women-owned, values-driven company, we have the responsibility to serve as change agents within our field, and are committed to actively supporting students and professionals of underrepresented groups to join the next generation of health experts and thrive in the field of nutrition.

Our work supports the delivery of nutritious, delicious, accessible food and beverages to people around the world – it also supports nutrition education. Sometimes that means sharing compelling content and recipes with nutrition and health advocates. Other times, it means advising companies on where to innovate or change their portfolio to improve products’ nutrition. If it concerns food, nutrition or sustainable diets, we can help.

We know that promoting nutrition and health is good for society. But we also know that investing in good nutrition – whether by the government, a food company or the healthcare sector – can make economic sense. As a B Corporation, we firmly believe in using business as a force for good, and that any effective and sustainable solution must be underpinned by a solid business case.

Our Values

As a values-driven company, we strive to abide by four core principles: quality, thoughtfulness, leadership and integrity, and fundamentally apply these to ourselves as individuals. It’s only when we each take care of ourselves first and foremost that we can fully support our teammates, and only a highly functioning team can perform at the level of quality and professionalism we provide for our clients. Our clients are then better able to meet their goals, which then ultimately leads to the impact we seek to drive at Eat Well Global.

Quality:

Pursuing excellence and the highest standards possible

Leadership:

Providing vision and empowerment to reach a goal

Thoughtfulness:

Being attentive, considering and anticipating one’s needs

Integrity:

Demonstrating the highest ethical principles, on big topics and small

Certified B Corporation

Proud to be a B!

As a growing company, we aimed to structure Eat Well Global as a different kind of business – one that measures success not only through profits, but also through the impact on our team, our clients and the world around us. That’s why pursuing B Corp status made perfect sense to us. Over time, the B Corp Certification process has provided flexible guidance to help us continuously improve our policies and procedures. The B Corp community also aligns with our values around anti-racism, social activism and the support of women in business and entrepreneurship around the globe. Now more than ever, we have the opportunity and obligation to do more to redefine success in business. B Corp Certification helps us do just that.

What is a Certified B Corp?

Certified B Corporations are for-profit companies that use the power of business to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. B Corps meet the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability. As a Certified B Corporation, Eat Well Global has joined the ranks of thousands of companies around the globe that have committed to prioritizing the social and environmental impact of their businesses in addition to profit, united by one goal: using business as a force for good.

To become a Certified B Corporation, a company must complete the B Lab Impact Assessment and achieve a minimum score. The certification process evaluates company performance in five categories: governance, workers, customers, community and the environment. For more information about Certified B Corporations, please visit https://bcorporation.net/.

Certified Women-Owned Business

Eat Well Global is proud to be a Certified Women Owned Business through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the largest certifier of women-owned businesses in the U.S. and a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs. As a company owned and run by entrepreneurial women, we are passionate about empowering female leaders and promoting and collaborating other women entrepreneurs around the world to play our part in fostering an equitable global workforce.

What is a Certified Women Owned Business?

To become a Certified Women Owned Business through WBENC, a company must be at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by a woman or women, and it is preferred that one or more of the women be in control of both management and daily operations. The benefits of WBENC certification include access to mentoring, education and capacity development as well as access to a community of support which helps with business promotion and women advocacy. The Women Owned initiative helps certified businesses market and display membership to encourage investment into women owned enterprises around the globe.

For more information about Certified Women Owned Businesses, please visit https://www.wbenc.org/.