MORRISVILLE, N.C., February 4, 2021 /3BL Media/ –The Soil Health Institute (SHI), the global non-profit charged with safeguarding and enhancing the vitality and productivity of soils, is collaborating with Truterra as the scientific partner for soil metrics and sampling design for TruCarbon, the first farmer-owned carbon program in the U.S.
Herbalife Innovation and Manufacturing employees support their local community
The Herbalife Nutrition team at Winston-Salem aspires for quality, innovation, and compassion. Since their opening five years ago, they were able to expand their team tremendously and provide equitable and generous Human Resources services, and talent development that is critical to our thriving work environment. One of their biggest responsibilities is to make Herbalife Nutrition a great place to work, and we’ve been able to achieve just that.
Herbalife Nutrition supports Feed the Children’s No Hunger Holidays Campaign
For many families across America and around the world, 2020 has been the hungriest year in modern history. There will be more empty plates this holiday season than ever before due to the economic downturn caused by COVID-19. The pandemic has brought the importance of Feed the Children’s work to light as many families face unexpected challenges and are forced to make choices about basic needs that most of us could never imagine.
Herbalife Nutrition Foundation supports over 200,000 children
Herbalife Nutrition Foundation’s Casa Program supports nonprofit organizations that leverage local initiatives and partner with existing charities to provide healthy meals and nutrition education to children and families around the world. Although a pandemic, these partners showed incredible resilience to continue their work during these times of uncertainty. Through their partners’ hard work and the support of their committed distributors, this year they were able to serve 219,455 children in over 161 Casas Herbalife Nutrition across 57 countries around the world.
Maybe you’ve heard the term ‘food desert,’ but what about ‘food swamp’? Here’s what that means—and why you might be living in one without even knowing it.
Food insecurity doesn’t always look like you think. Many of us have heard the term food desert, which refers to communities that don’t have grocery stores, farmer’s markets or other healthy food providers. They’re usually located in low-income areas, and unsurprisingly, they often have high rates of food insecurity.
From Washington, DC to Austin, TX to Minneapolis, MN, founding members come together to support change.
AUSTIN, TX, October 22, 2020 /3BL Media/ -- Whole Kids Foundation announced today that it is joining US school food leaders as a supporting partner of ScratchWorks to accelerate scratch cooking in schools.