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News & Events | 3 September 2012 | Food Systems, Philanthropy and Technology

September 3, 2012

Food Systems

A Banker Bets on Organic Farming: Fantastic piece commenting on Jeremy Grantham’s most recent quarterly update. While what he is describing would, technically, fit under the umbrella of “impact investing”—he is very obviously coming at this from a traditional investor perspective.

How Campbell Soup Company Turned Imperfect Peaches into a New Nonprofit Revenue Stream: The Campbell Soup Company and the Food Bank of South Jersey (FBSJ) have partnered to manufacture and sell Just Peachy salsa—cutting down on unnecessary food waste.

Philanthropy and Technology

Yelp Better: Local Search App To Find Retail Social Enterprises: There’s an app for social impact—use your iPhone or iPad to locate the nearest retail social enterprise. Will you use it?

The following articles from BostInno highlight the activities of the nonprofit Technology Underwriting the Greater Good (TUGG).

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