“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.”
- Chinese Proverb
“A challenge only becomes an obstacle when you bow to it.”
- Ray A. Davis
If you’ve ever wondered what information you’re being fed is based on fact and what’s backed by special interest groups more interested in turning a profit than nourishing your body, you’re in luck.
This morning, Daniel Lubetzky, the founder and CEO of KIND Healthy Snacks, announced the launch of Feed the Truth, a first-of-its-kind independent organization that will seek to provide some much-needed transparency in our food system.
The Daily Meal: KIND Founder and CEO Spends $25 Million on ‘Feed the Truth’ Public Health OrganizationPublished under Health Feb 16, 2017
The organization aims to combat the food industry’s influence on nutritional policy that can be harmful to public health
In effort to provide a source of transparency and integrity in the food industry while improving public health, CEO and founder of KIND Snacks Daniel Lubetzky has pledged $25 million toward “Feed the Truth,” an organization that will operate independently from the snack company.
In late 2015, Daniel Lubetzky learned of a federal rule that puzzled him: Salmon, avocados, olives, eggs and tree nuts aren’t “healthy,” according to the Food and Drug Administration.