NET Impact, a non-profit membership organization for students and professionals interested in using business skills in support of various social and environmental causes, presents an opportunity to bring forward a sustainable food idea to industry experts by putting together the Forward Food Competition.
This is the non-profit’s first competition put together specially to solve the problem of sustainable food. The Vice-President of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability at Campbell Soup Company, Dave Stangs said “Campbell is proud to partner with Net Impact and the next generation of food creators to define the future of food”. He went further to say that innovative partners are needed to lead change in the food system.
John Haugen, the Vice president and General Manager of 301 INC (the new business development unit in General Mills) said that the Forward Food Competition reflects the group’s commitment to innovation in food.
Forward Food thereby calls on participants to submit an original business idea for food and beverage space. Applicants can submit their ideas through Net Impact website until May 15, 2016.