• Q&A with Sonica Sarna: The power of supporting female artisans

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    As a conscious consumer, we all want to support the products and companies that align with our values – women-owned, women-led, sustainable, artisan-made, hand-made, socially...

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  • For the month of February, let's FEED America.

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    Our team has spent a lot of time wondering what we can do, as a company and as individuals, to infuse hope, unity and goodwill...

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  • School Meals in America with No Kid Hungry

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    As a brand, and as individuals, we are deeply committed to fighting childhood hunger where it is needed most. We know that as conscious consumers...

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  • Impact Spotlight: The School Lunch Program in America

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    Many people, when they think about the issue of hunger, think about it in a very remote sense. It’s an issue that feels massive and...

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  • Impact Spotlight: Food Waste in America

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    Apartment hunting in New York City – or any major metropolis – is a notorious rite of passage. Anyone who has scrounged the boroughs for affordable...

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  • Help for Haiti

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    It's been three weeks since Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, a country all too familiar with devastating natural disasters. Reports of loss of life and environmental damage continue...

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  • It's World Food Day!

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    Today is one of the most anticipated days of the year for our FEED community. It's World Food Day, and we're celebrating the 1 million meals...

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  • 30 Days. 2 Million Meals.

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    We’ve been counting down all year to this. FEED Supper is finally here, and with it, our attempt to raise 2 million meals for children...

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  • The Global Table

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    It’s been said that food is a universal language. Both the preparation and enjoyment of a good meal are sacred rituals in every country around...

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  • Supper Impact: South Asia

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    Jumping hemispheres to fully capture the essence of an India themed supper, your gathering will help feed those within this South Asian region.  While incorporating...

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  • Supper Impact: West Africa

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    Malnutrition continues to be a silent killer in West Africa. It is estimated that more than five million children are suffering from global acute malnutrition...

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  • Supper Impact: USA

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    When hosting a United States themed supper, the meals you raise will give aid to those in need within America. In preparation for the gathering...

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  • Supper Impact: Latin America

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    Our Mexican-inspired FEED supper not only turns your gathering into a fiesta but helps give to those within the Latin American and Caribbean Regions. Keep...

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  • For the love of home

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    Home is our most precious gift. More than a physical place, it represents the people, memories, and experiences that make us who we are. This...

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  • Hidden in Plain Sight

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    We often talk about hunger in statistics to help convey the gravity of the problem. Those numbers are necessary. But the danger of speaking in...

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  • Helping Moms Globally

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    At the FEED HQ, we view Mother's Day as a very important moment to shine a light on mother and child nutrition. Globally, lack of proper...

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  • The Million Meal Challenge

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    We loved Clarins' brilliant idea to turn the beauty industry’s typical Gifts with Purchase into something more meaningful through a “Gift with Purpose" program. Since 2010, we’ve...

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  • The beauty expert who's changing the world

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    We’re celebrating International Women’s Day all month long, featuring real women who are using their influence to build a more equal world, from wherever they...

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  • It's time to build.

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    March 8th is International Women’s Day, and everyone is asking this question: What would a better world for women and girls look like? It's a good...

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  • Launching IWD2016

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    What would a better world for women and girls look like? There’s no more time to wonder. It’s time to build. That’s the conclusion we...

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  • Responding to the Syrian Crisis

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    What began as another Arab Spring uprising against an autocratic ruler in 2011, has exploded into one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time....

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  • Just curious

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    We’ve been talking a lot at the FEED HQ (and in posts like this one and this one) about what it looks like to Love...

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  • 30 Seconds On Haiti

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    While those of us who have a pulse on global events tend to associate Haiti with the devastation of a natural disaster, the country is...

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  • Faces of FEED

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      As we approach this most mindful time of year, we find ourselves sharing in the goodness of the season and reflecting on the lives...

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  • The Global Goals

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    At the United Nations General Assembly today, September 25th, 193 world leaders will commit to 17 Global Goals to end extreme poverty, abolish inequality and...

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  • Faces of FEED

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    Meet Emile - Benin By purchasing a FEED product, you’re making a tangible impact on the life of a child. The number on your bag represents a...

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