30 05, 2017

Gift from the Sea, Part II

2017-09-11T20:50:23-04:00May 30th, 2017|

Will seaweed become more of a staple in the American Diet? A new company called Blue Evolution is hoping so; they source from North America and perform minimal processing on their product. In part 2 of my interview with company founder, Beau Perry, we learn more about the farmer/fisherman’s place in this company and about the sustainability profile of seaweed.


Read my interview with Founder Beau Perry below:


You have an unusual model for an emerging brand in that you seem to be as invested in the farming business as in the food production side. Tell me more about that.

This goes back to the core of who our company is — and why we […]

25 05, 2017

Blue Evolution’s Gift from the Sea

2017-09-11T20:54:29-04:00May 25th, 2017|

Exploring the Stories of Challenger Brands and How They Intersect with American Agriculture

Gift From the Sea. Our minds go right to fish and shellfish, maybe even to Jesus enabling a big catch, but what if the most sustainable gift is a plant?

We are all aware of how healthy eating fish tends to be. Many of us are aware also that some commonly eaten fish are bioaccumulations of toxins as well as healthy compounds such as vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids. Doesn’t it make sense to eat some of the healthy things the fish are eating?   Isn’t this doubly true if this can be done deliciously? How about triply if the product can reduce the impacts of Carbon Dioxide […]

9 05, 2017

Banana Wave® Reinvents the Non-Dairy Beverage Space

2017-09-11T20:56:00-04:00May 9th, 2017|

Exploring the Stories of Challenger Brands and How They Intersect with American Agriculture

By: Sara Harper 

“Eating more like our ancestors did.”  That is increasingly seen as one of the missing pieces of the health puzzle in our modern developed country by everyone from macrobiotic hippies in California to health scientists in Boston.  From the trend of using more whole food ingredients to strict “Paleo-” diets to foraging — this is one of the big themes of nutrition today.

Of course, we don’t live in an Eden where we need merely to pluck a fully ripened fruit from a conveniently growing tree; we could never in our history have been able to afford to be […]

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