Fortune and Time Inc. sister publication Food & Wine announces ‘2017 Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink.’ This list of 20 women is transforming the way we eat and drink. “From empowering chefs to become agents for social change to tackling food waste to cultivating a better workplace, these trailblazers and trendsetters are raising the bar and reshaping our world.” —Christine Quinlan, Jillian Kramer and Ray Isle
Full Harvest’s founder, Christine Moseley, tops the list at #2, alongside some familiar faces. Investor and friend, Susan Lyne of BBG Ventures, and Co-Founder of Health-Ade Kombucha, Daina Trout.
The article translates Full Harvest’s win-win idea for everyone across the food supply chain,
“In addition to reducing waste, the program generates more revenue for farmers and, since ugly produce costs less than pretty produce, saves buyers money. And it all happens online, with just a few clicks.”
Congrats to all of the amazing, innovative women that also made the list!
Source: From Food & Wine, “2017 Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink