Consumers these days want more out of their food than just great taste and stable health — they want their food choices to reflect their values and their consumption habits to have a positive impact on the world. Join four distinguished speakers on their separate but interrelated quests to change consumption norms and patterns around food. The WRI’s Better Buying Lab and Culinary Institute of America’s Menus of Change programs are two prominent forces that are working to research and systematically change the way consumers and producers enable better food choices for the planet. Chirp Chips and Impossible Foods are offering new products in response to changing consumer preferences with unique value propositions.
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