• How workers spur Whole Foods innovation

    Whole Foods Co-CEO Walter Robb says companies that empower their employees to innovate move forward faster.

    published: 17 Jun 2013
  • Creativity and Innovation- WalMart vs Whole Foods

    Creativity and Innovation

    published: 02 Nov 2010
  • INNOVATION FINAL WHOLE FOODS MARKET CASE

    Video made for the Innovation, Markets and Technological Development class. We analyze the Whole Foods Market case. All photographs, music and videos were used for educational purpose. Videos from the Whole Food Market channel. ITESM CCM

    published: 12 May 2014
  • "A whole food & beverage approach to innovation" by Mirjana Prica, Food Innovation Australia Ltd

    The stakes are high enough in business when organisations lose their ability to change or adapt to the climate they are operating in but when the nation’s security depends on the ability to innovate the risk is unprecedented. Hear Dr Mirjana Prica, Managing Director of Food Innovation Australia Ltd (FIAL), addresses innovation and shared examples of collaborative projects FIAL believes is the way forward.

    published: 20 Aug 2014
  • Inforum 2016 General Session Day 1 — Innovation in progress with Whole Foods

    Infor CEO Charles Phillips gives an overview of innovation in progress, including new CloudSuites for retail, rental, federal, high tech, clinical, chemicals. “We’re about transforming companies and industries, and we like diving deep into an industry with a strategic customer and co-innovating together.” Whole Foods Market CEO Walter Robb joins Phillips to discuss partnering with Infor to revolutionize retail enterprise systems top to bottom. Robb says: “Infor has brought a whole new vista to what is possible.” Phillips also talks about adding “Network” — social business, commerce cloud, clinical exchange — to Infor’s other four strategic pillars. “The future belongs to networked companies.” Learn more about the Infor / Whole Foods partnership: http://www.infor.com/articles/whole-foods-p...

    published: 21 Jul 2016
  • Why Amazon is buying Whole Foods

    Technology giant Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. CNNMoney's Paul R. La Monica breaks down why Jeff Bezos is trying to dominate the brick and mortar grocery business.

    published: 16 Jun 2017
  • Introducing Amazon Go and the world’s most advanced shopping technology

    Now open in Seattle! Amazon Go is a new kind of store featuring the world’s most advanced shopping technology. No lines, no checkout – just grab and go! Get the app at http://amazon.com/go

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • Whole Foods' John Mackey: Why Intellectuals Hate Capitalism

    "Intellectuals have always disdained commerce" says Whole Foods Market co-founder John Mackey. They "have always sided...with the aristocrats to maintain a society where the businesspeople were kind of kept down." More than any other outlet, Whole Foods has reconfigured what and how America eats and the chain's commitment to high-quality meats, produce, cheeses, and wines is legendary. Since opening his first store in Austin, Texas in 1980, Mackey now oversees operations around the globe and continues to set the pace for what's expected in organic and sustainably raised and harvested food. Because of Whole Foods' trendy customer base and because Mackey is himself a vegan and champions collaboration between management and workers, it's easy to mistake Mackey for a progressive left-winger....

    published: 12 Aug 2015
  • An innovation case : Whole Foods Market

    English project

    published: 01 Apr 2011
  • AndNowUKnow: Whole Foods Recieves Innovation Award

    The National Retail Federation has announced that Whole Foods Market is the recipient of its Innovator of the Year award.  Walter Robb, Co-CEO of the company, accepted the award on behalf of Co-CEO and Founder John Mackey during the Annual Retail Industry Luncheon at NRF's 101st Annual Convention and EXPO.   This award acknowledges an innovator that has distinguished themselves as a retail leader by utilizing fresh, inventive or imaginative methods.  The ability to sustain and develop these achievements in the face of a challenging industry, is also a prerequisite of the award.  NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay, states, "As evidenced by their loyal customer base and storied success, these visionaries have truly inspired the entire industry through their creativity, leadership, innovation...

    published: 21 Jan 2012
  • Innovation case : Whole Foods Market

    English project

    published: 01 Apr 2011
  • Amazon Buys Whole Foods: The Future of Food

    Embrace your robot overlords! Amazon bought Whole Foods Market for a record $13.5 billion dollars. So what's next? Amazon will be using Whole Foods Market as a staging ground for it's plan to decimate traditional retail. Sounds scary? Well, yes and no. The good news By offering the potential to remove middlemen from the equation, Amazon's Whole Foods Partnership may make it possible for small organic farmers to sell directly to consumers in a way that hasn't been possible for decades, apart from small Farmer's Markets. Of course, this deal also might hurt Farmer's Markets, but is that such a bad thing? Maybe. But as a farmer, it's worse to have your produce rot because you're unable to sell it for a reasonable price. I therefore anticipate that a change like this will actually be welco...

    published: 24 Jun 2017
  • Innovation Walmart launches first drive thru supermarket

    Best news ever only with us

    published: 10 Jun 2015
  • 2017 Food for Thought Festival - Food and Agriculture Innovation in WA

    The third annual Food for Thought Festival will once again showcase the finest produce from the Great Southern, while highlighting sustainable food systems for the health of the land and the community. Presented by Sustain: The Australian Network in partnership with Community Food Events, the 2017 Food for Thought Festival hosted a range of local and international keynote speakers, interactive workshops and fine dining held at locations throughout the Great Southern and Wheatbelt, from October 4 to 8. The Festival aims to unite the community to celebrate the local food economy, its people, products and possibly for growing a healthy, regenerative, and fair food system. The Festival concluded with a family-friendly celebration of food culture in the Albany Town Square on Sunday, October 8...

    published: 18 Nov 2017
  • What Is "Clean Meat"? Paul Shapiro On The Future of Food

    7.5 billion people currently share our spinning blue planet. By 2050, we'll hit 9.7 billion. By 2100? 11 billion. How can we possibly feed 11 billion people sustainably? Ask Paul Shapiro of the Humane Society, and he will give you a two-word answer: Clean meat. Just as we need clean energy to compete with fossil fuels, clean meat is poised to become a competitor of factory farms. Clean meat isn’t an alternative to meat; it’s real, actual meat grown (or more accurately, brewed) from animal cells, as well as other clean animal products that ditch animal cells altogether and are simply built from the molecule up. This is a great conversation about food system innovation -- how technology, urgency and popular demand are rapidly converging to create healthy, sustainable and compassionate so...

    published: 22 Jan 2018
  • How Apple's trying to spark more app innovation

    Apple has announced an overhaul of the App Store, coming in a software update this September. Apple SVP Phil Schiller tells Laurie Segall why he's more excited than ever about the developer community.

    published: 15 Jun 2017
  • Amazon's innovation the key to its success?

    Mashable Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff on the future for Amazon.

    published: 31 May 2017
  • Whole Foods' hiring recipe

    To land a job at the supermarket, no. 24 on Best Companies to Work For, show you have a good attitude and win the team's vote.

    published: 20 Jan 2011
  • The Black List: The incredible innovation that led to 48 Oscar wins

    Can't watch another generic Hollywood film? Here, marketing expert Nilofer Merchant tells the incredible story of former data analyst Franklin Leonard who shook up the repetitive Hollywood formula with a single innovation: The Black List. In 2005, when Leonard was working as a development executive for a film production company and lamenting the same-old, same-old scripts that were being turned into movies, he came up with the idea to email 75 fellow producers to get a list of the scripts they absolutely loved that year, but that were skipped over for production. From that annual list of rejects come films like Moonlight, Juno, The Revenant, Argo, American Hustle, Slumdog Millionaire, The Descendants. Sound familiar? That's because they're all Oscar winners. The 331 films from The Black Li...

    published: 08 Feb 2018
  • Ted Barnett, MD: The Innovation and Integration of Lifestyle Medicine

    Dr. Ted Barnett has been a practicing board-certified radiologist for over 30 years, and is also board certified in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Ted was the principal author of “Development of Symptomatic Cardiovascular Disease after Self-Reported Adherence to the Atkins Diet”, published in 2009 by the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. Dr. Barnett is the CEO and founder of Rochester Lifestyle Medicine, PLLC, and he has also long served as Co-Coordinator of the Rochester Area Vegan Society. Please visit http://www.plantpurenation.com to learn more about PlantPure and its whole food plant-based (WFPB) meals, as well as its efforts to help grow the plant-based lifestyle movement. #goplantpure

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • WaGrown Potato Innovation-Craig Hunt-Nutritionist

    A potato is a "whole food" packed with nutrients and is a great addition to any meal!

    published: 11 Sep 2017
  • Social Innovation FOOD from Farm Garden to Plate

    published: 17 May 2017
  • SCIENCE, INNOVATION, QUALITY = RESULTS - THAT'S MVP BIOTECH!

    http://www.mvpbiotech.com At MVP Biotech® our main goal is to eliminate the guesswork - the mystery of fat loss, buildingmuscle and improving athletic performance. By incorporating a scientifically backed training program, proper whole food nutrition, and integrating research based supplementation - pure results are inevitable. MVP Biotech® was designed specifically to eliminate the mystery out the two most confusing elements - the nutrition and supplementation puzzle. World champions, coaches, and active individuals respect the MVP Biotech® formulas. Even some members of scientific community are helping themselves through learning more about a correlation between nutraceuticals, exercise science and optimal results. All of which embody are the basic fundamental principles of MVP Biotech...

    published: 18 Feb 2010
  • Whole Foods CEO John Mackey on ending poverty, being libertarian, and more

    How has Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's politics influenced his business ideas? In a classic Big Think interview, Mackey goes over a wide range of topics including his thoughts on socialism and libertarianism (which aren't as at odds as you may think), how to run an ethical business, his approach to "conscious capitalism," and so much more. Read more at BigThink.com: Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink

    published: 09 Feb 2018
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How workers spur Whole Foods innovation

How workers spur Whole Foods innovation

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Whole Foods Co-CEO Walter Robb says companies that empower their employees to innovate move forward faster.
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Creativity and Innovation- WalMart vs Whole Foods

Creativity and Innovation- WalMart vs Whole Foods

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INNOVATION FINAL WHOLE FOODS MARKET CASE

INNOVATION FINAL WHOLE FOODS MARKET CASE

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Video made for the Innovation, Markets and Technological Development class. We analyze the Whole Foods Market case. All photographs, music and videos were used for educational purpose. Videos from the Whole Food Market channel. ITESM CCM
https://wn.com/Innovation_Final_Whole_Foods_Market_Case
"A whole food & beverage approach to innovation" by Mirjana Prica, Food Innovation Australia Ltd

"A whole food & beverage approach to innovation" by Mirjana Prica, Food Innovation Australia Ltd

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  • Updated: 20 Aug 2014
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The stakes are high enough in business when organisations lose their ability to change or adapt to the climate they are operating in but when the nation’s security depends on the ability to innovate the risk is unprecedented. Hear Dr Mirjana Prica, Managing Director of Food Innovation Australia Ltd (FIAL), addresses innovation and shared examples of collaborative projects FIAL believes is the way forward.
https://wn.com/A_Whole_Food_Beverage_Approach_To_Innovation_By_Mirjana_Prica,_Food_Innovation_Australia_Ltd
Inforum 2016 General Session Day 1 — Innovation in progress with Whole Foods

Inforum 2016 General Session Day 1 — Innovation in progress with Whole Foods

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2016
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Infor CEO Charles Phillips gives an overview of innovation in progress, including new CloudSuites for retail, rental, federal, high tech, clinical, chemicals. “We’re about transforming companies and industries, and we like diving deep into an industry with a strategic customer and co-innovating together.” Whole Foods Market CEO Walter Robb joins Phillips to discuss partnering with Infor to revolutionize retail enterprise systems top to bottom. Robb says: “Infor has brought a whole new vista to what is possible.” Phillips also talks about adding “Network” — social business, commerce cloud, clinical exchange — to Infor’s other four strategic pillars. “The future belongs to networked companies.” Learn more about the Infor / Whole Foods partnership: http://www.infor.com/articles/whole-foods-partners-with-infor-to-redefine-retail-software
https://wn.com/Inforum_2016_General_Session_Day_1_—_Innovation_In_Progress_With_Whole_Foods
Why Amazon is buying Whole Foods

Why Amazon is buying Whole Foods

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Technology giant Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. CNNMoney's Paul R. La Monica breaks down why Jeff Bezos is trying to dominate the brick and mortar grocery business.
https://wn.com/Why_Amazon_Is_Buying_Whole_Foods
Introducing Amazon Go and the world’s most advanced shopping technology

Introducing Amazon Go and the world’s most advanced shopping technology

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Now open in Seattle! Amazon Go is a new kind of store featuring the world’s most advanced shopping technology. No lines, no checkout – just grab and go! Get the app at http://amazon.com/go
https://wn.com/Introducing_Amazon_Go_And_The_World’S_Most_Advanced_Shopping_Technology
Whole Foods' John Mackey: Why Intellectuals Hate Capitalism

Whole Foods' John Mackey: Why Intellectuals Hate Capitalism

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  • Updated: 12 Aug 2015
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"Intellectuals have always disdained commerce" says Whole Foods Market co-founder John Mackey. They "have always sided...with the aristocrats to maintain a society where the businesspeople were kind of kept down." More than any other outlet, Whole Foods has reconfigured what and how America eats and the chain's commitment to high-quality meats, produce, cheeses, and wines is legendary. Since opening his first store in Austin, Texas in 1980, Mackey now oversees operations around the globe and continues to set the pace for what's expected in organic and sustainably raised and harvested food. Because of Whole Foods' trendy customer base and because Mackey is himself a vegan and champions collaboration between management and workers, it's easy to mistake Mackey for a progressive left-winger. Indeed, an early version of Jonah Goldberg's best-selling 2008 book Liberal Fascism even bore the subtitle "The Totalitarian Temptation from Mussolini to Hillary Clinton and The Totalitarian Temptation from Hegel to Whole Foods." Yet nothing could be further from the truth—and more distorting of the radical vision of capitalism at the heart of Mackey's thought. A high-profile critic of the minimum wage, Obamacare, and the regulatory state, Mackey believes that free markets are the best way not only to raise living standards but also to explore new ways of building community and creating meaning for individuals and society. At the same time, he challenges all sorts of libertarian dogma, including the notion that publicly traded companies should always seek to exclusively maximize shareholder value. Conscious Capitalism, the book he co-authored with Rajendra Sisodia, lays out a detailed case for Mackey's vision of a post-industrial capitalism that addresses spiritual desire as much as physial need. Reason TV’s Nick Gillespie talked with Mackey earlier this summer at FreedomFest, where among other things, Mackey debated billionaire Peter Thiel on the role of monopoly and competition in business. Runs about 16 minutes. Produced by Todd Krainin. Cameras by Zach Weissmueller and Paul Detrick. Scroll below for downloadable versions. Subscribe to Reason TV's YouTube channel to receive notifications when new material goes live. Go to http://reason.com/reasontv/2015/08/12/whole-foods-john-mackey-capitalism for downloadable versions and a full transcript of the interview. Go here to read a 2005 Reason debate about the social responsibility of business featuring Mackey, Milton Friedman, and Cypress Semiconductor CEO T.J. Rodgers: http://reason.com/archives/2005/10/01/rethinking-the-social-responsi
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An innovation case : Whole Foods Market

An innovation case : Whole Foods Market

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English project
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AndNowUKnow: Whole Foods Recieves Innovation Award

AndNowUKnow: Whole Foods Recieves Innovation Award

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The National Retail Federation has announced that Whole Foods Market is the recipient of its Innovator of the Year award.  Walter Robb, Co-CEO of the company, accepted the award on behalf of Co-CEO and Founder John Mackey during the Annual Retail Industry Luncheon at NRF's 101st Annual Convention and EXPO.   This award acknowledges an innovator that has distinguished themselves as a retail leader by utilizing fresh, inventive or imaginative methods.  The ability to sustain and develop these achievements in the face of a challenging industry, is also a prerequisite of the award.  NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay, states, "As evidenced by their loyal customer base and storied success, these visionaries have truly inspired the entire industry through their creativity, leadership, innovation and forward thinking." Mr. Shay continues, "We are thrilled to be able to recognize them amongst their peers and look forward to witnessing their continued success."
https://wn.com/Andnowuknow_Whole_Foods_Recieves_Innovation_Award
Innovation case : Whole Foods Market

Innovation case : Whole Foods Market

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English project
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Amazon Buys Whole Foods: The Future of Food

Amazon Buys Whole Foods: The Future of Food

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2017
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Embrace your robot overlords! Amazon bought Whole Foods Market for a record $13.5 billion dollars. So what's next? Amazon will be using Whole Foods Market as a staging ground for it's plan to decimate traditional retail. Sounds scary? Well, yes and no. The good news By offering the potential to remove middlemen from the equation, Amazon's Whole Foods Partnership may make it possible for small organic farmers to sell directly to consumers in a way that hasn't been possible for decades, apart from small Farmer's Markets. Of course, this deal also might hurt Farmer's Markets, but is that such a bad thing? Maybe. But as a farmer, it's worse to have your produce rot because you're unable to sell it for a reasonable price. I therefore anticipate that a change like this will actually be welcomed by many farms. The challenges of automation The bigger challenge will be the automation (and accompanying job loss) this change will bring. Everybody needs to eat, and for years this has meant a giant grocery industry devoted to providing food for our homes. The US Bureau of Labour Statistics reports that in May 2016 2.7 million Americans were employed in the grocery industry. A brief review of the numbers reveals that nearly 1 million - 867,920 - of these employees are cashiers, while an additional half million - 512,690 - are stock clerks. These two occupations are sure to be mostly eliminated in the near future, thanks the efficiency of Amazon Robotics (formerly Kiva Robotics, which Amazon purchased back in 2014). Between robots and some well-written apps, Amazon should be able to nearly eliminate both categories of employees from Whole Foods stores in the very near future. Of course, neither cashiers nor stock people make high wages. But middle management does, and since robots require a lot less management, many of these positions will likely be lost as well. Of course, some new jobs will be created along the way. For example, Amazon uses humans to place orders in boxes once the products have been gathered by the robots, as you can see in this video. But the trend is definitely towards automation and increased productivity (which basically means as few humans as possible). Don't fear the future, prepare for it. I'm not a big fan of Luddism. It doesn't work very well. So instead of protesting automation (which is inevitable), why not focus on the positive? Firstly, the Fulfillment by Amazon will likely introduce many sellers (including farmers) who have been previously shut out of the retail grocery market. That's good news. And even the jobs that will be lost aren't exactly the most enjoyable jobs on the planet. Does anyone really enjoy risking back injury to place heavy items on shelves in the middle of the night? But changes like this are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to automation. The robots are coming for your job, that's just the truth. And they work harder, faster and more consistently than you, and require far fewer resources. This places employers in a difficult position. Obviously Amazon and Whole Foods want the most efficient, affordable workforce. That means machines. But if every corporation slowly replaces their workforce with robots, who will buy their product? Probably not the unemployed. Optimists will argue that new jobs will be created, and certainly there will be some. But not as many. Universal Basic Income Once again, this is where I would introduce the idea of Universal Basic Income (UBI) - a minimum, living wage paid to every person regardless of whether they work or not. If this sounds a little too leftist and Utopian to you, please remember that Milton Friedman argued a very similar policy back in the 1970s. His version was "negative income tax", and resulted in an income for persons making under a certain amount. I believe this is the single most important social issue of this century (particularly for any nation that doesn't already provide free, Universal medical care to its citizens), and I will address the issue further in the next episode of ModVegan. See the full video on Amazon Fulfillment Centres from CityNews Toronto here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5xvCGGDISk Thanks so much for watching! Special thanks to the generous members of the ModVegan Patreon Community, especially Artelio, Richard, Genevieve and Jess. You guys rock! CONNECT WITH ME: Twitter: http://twitter.com/TheModVegan Instagram: http://instagram.com/TheModVegan My Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/ModVegan Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/TheModVegan Snapchat! username: ModVegan ModVegan blog: http://ModVegan.com
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Innovation Walmart launches first drive thru supermarket

Innovation Walmart launches first drive thru supermarket

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Best news ever only with us
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2017 Food for Thought Festival - Food and Agriculture Innovation in WA

2017 Food for Thought Festival - Food and Agriculture Innovation in WA

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The third annual Food for Thought Festival will once again showcase the finest produce from the Great Southern, while highlighting sustainable food systems for the health of the land and the community. Presented by Sustain: The Australian Network in partnership with Community Food Events, the 2017 Food for Thought Festival hosted a range of local and international keynote speakers, interactive workshops and fine dining held at locations throughout the Great Southern and Wheatbelt, from October 4 to 8. The Festival aims to unite the community to celebrate the local food economy, its people, products and possibly for growing a healthy, regenerative, and fair food system. The Festival concluded with a family-friendly celebration of food culture in the Albany Town Square on Sunday, October 8, from 10am to 4pm. Festival organiser, Evelyn Collin, said the event will highlight the importance and the benefits of transitioning to resource-smart food systems, which align with many of the United NationsSustainable Development Goals. “The festival is a celebration of all the elements within our community that are supporting this transition,” Ms Collin said. “It is imperative that we continue to localise our systems and take ownership of and responsibility for this transition. “The food we grow, harvest, process, trade, transport, store sell and consume is the essential connecting thread between people, prosperity, and the planet,” The Festival seeks to increase community awareness around food security the impact of food systems on individual and community health, the importance of soil health for both urban and commercial production, and the impact of well grown food on human nutrition. Dr Nick Rose, executive director of Sustain, said this annual event has put the discussion around sustainable, resilient, healthy and thriving food systems front and centre in the Great Southern and beyond. “With an outstanding program of keynote presenters, hands-on workshops and networking activities, as well as a celebration of the wonderful food and wine from the region, the 2017 Food for Thought Festival is wonderful occasion not to be missed.” Sustain works together with governments, the community-health sector, research institutions and other key food-system stakeholders across the public, private and community sectors to support the development of food systems that are fair, connected, healthy and sustainable. The Free Community Festival on Sunday, October 8, featured market stalls, free children’s entertainment, and tent talks with a range of local fair food identities sharing their stories. Live music was provided by Soulin’ Wild, a group of six talented musicians, who are all originally from Albany plus local music acts The Easterly’s with David Rastrick, Jazztrix Duo and a special appearance by the Shantymen. Other Festival highlights included the Wholefood from the Ground Up Master Class with natural food chef and esteemed author Jude Blereau, the Fervor Long Table Dinner in the picturesque Porongurup range, and The Business of the Soil Field Day in Arthur River. The 2017 Food for Thought Festival was proudly supported by sponsors Lotterywest, the City of Albany, Regional Development Australia - Great Southern, Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Wide Open Agriculture, South Coast Natural Resource Management, CBH Group, Rabobank, Albany Farmers Market, North Road IGA, Oranje Tractor,Albany Regional Volunteer Service and Community Food Events. http://www.foodforthoughtfestival.com
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What Is "Clean Meat"? Paul Shapiro On The Future of Food

What Is "Clean Meat"? Paul Shapiro On The Future of Food

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7.5 billion people currently share our spinning blue planet. By 2050, we'll hit 9.7 billion. By 2100? 11 billion. How can we possibly feed 11 billion people sustainably? Ask Paul Shapiro of the Humane Society, and he will give you a two-word answer: Clean meat. Just as we need clean energy to compete with fossil fuels, clean meat is poised to become a competitor of factory farms. Clean meat isn’t an alternative to meat; it’s real, actual meat grown (or more accurately, brewed) from animal cells, as well as other clean animal products that ditch animal cells altogether and are simply built from the molecule up. This is a great conversation about food system innovation -- how technology, urgency and popular demand are rapidly converging to create healthy, sustainable and compassionate solutions to help solve our current food, health and environmental crises. Enjoy! ✌🏼🌱 - Rich Check Paul's new book, CLEAN MEAT http://bit.ly/cleanmeatbook AUDIO PODCAST & BLOG richroll.com: http://bit.ly/richroll342 Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/paulshapirorrp PAUL SHAPIRO http://www.paul-shapiro.com/ http://cleanmeat.com/ https://twitter.com/paulhshapiro * * * * * MY STUFF ✩ Learn - http://richroll.com ✩ Listen: Rich Roll Podcast - http://bit.ly/richrollpod ✩ Read: Finding Ultra - http://j.mp/findingultrabook ✩ Feed - http://meals.richroll.com ✩ Cook - The Plantpower Way - http://bit.ly/theplantpowerway ✩ Support - https://www.patreon.com/richroll MY SOCIALS ✩ Instagram - http://instagram.com/richroll ✩ Twitter - http://twitter.com/richroll ✩ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/richrollfans FILMED & EDITED BY MICHAEL GIBSON MUSIC BY MOBY http://www,mobygratis.com NEW TO ME? Hi I'm Rich Roll. I'm a vegan ultra-endurance athlete, author, podcaster, husband and dad of four. For more, the NY Times wrote a couple cool things you can read. http://bit.ly/otillonyt http://bit.ly/vegansglam MAIL: 2630 Conejo Spectrum St. Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
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How Apple's trying to spark more app innovation

How Apple's trying to spark more app innovation

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Apple has announced an overhaul of the App Store, coming in a software update this September. Apple SVP Phil Schiller tells Laurie Segall why he's more excited than ever about the developer community.
https://wn.com/How_Apple's_Trying_To_Spark_More_App_Innovation
Amazon's innovation the key to its success?

Amazon's innovation the key to its success?

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Mashable Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff on the future for Amazon.
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Whole Foods' hiring recipe

Whole Foods' hiring recipe

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To land a job at the supermarket, no. 24 on Best Companies to Work For, show you have a good attitude and win the team's vote.
https://wn.com/Whole_Foods'_Hiring_Recipe
The Black List: The incredible innovation that led to 48 Oscar wins

The Black List: The incredible innovation that led to 48 Oscar wins

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  • Updated: 08 Feb 2018
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Can't watch another generic Hollywood film? Here, marketing expert Nilofer Merchant tells the incredible story of former data analyst Franklin Leonard who shook up the repetitive Hollywood formula with a single innovation: The Black List. In 2005, when Leonard was working as a development executive for a film production company and lamenting the same-old, same-old scripts that were being turned into movies, he came up with the idea to email 75 fellow producers to get a list of the scripts they absolutely loved that year, but that were skipped over for production. From that annual list of rejects come films like Moonlight, Juno, The Revenant, Argo, American Hustle, Slumdog Millionaire, The Descendants. Sound familiar? That's because they're all Oscar winners. The 331 films from The Black List that have been produced to date have led to 241 Academy Award nominations and 48 subsequent Oscar wins. Merchant lays this out as a practical lesson in innovation: what can you or your company gain by inviting ideas in from innovators people on the fringe? What happens when you stop asking, "How can we make money?" and start asking people, "What do you love?" Nilofer Merchant is the author of The Power of Onlyness: Make Your Wild Ideas Mighty Enough to Dent the World. Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/nilofer-merchant-how-franklin-leonards-black-list-led-to-48-oscar-wins Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript: Franklin Leonard is this relatively young man as we pick him up in the story, and relatively powerless in Hollywood standards. And he keeps imagining that Hollywood could find more original scripts, scripts that reflected this range of humanity instead of these trite scripts that were coming across his desk. And so he thought: one day I’m just going to see if I can do this better. He was embarrassed, however, to actually ask that question because he thought, if I was good at my job shouldn’t I already be seeing those scripts? But he went through his Rolodex, found the 89 people he had met during the course of his first year in Hollywood—mind you, his job was like schlepping coffee as one of his roles—but he thought, I’ll just ask these people to help me. And he created an alias because he was worried his boss might find out that he was doing this, and he sent out a note saying: "Send me the scripts you’ve seen in the last year that you’ve loved but haven’t been put into production." And people did that and he said, “In return I will roll up,”—he turned out to be a McKinsey analyst in his prior life—“I will roll up all that data and send it back to you as the sort of give-get mix.” It turns out that this thing that he created, which is called The Black List, ended up finding really novel and new ideas that didn’t fit the prototype of what Hollywood kept creating over and over again. They found really fresh and unusual ideas. 'Juno', the story of a young, pregnant teenager actually wanting to keep the baby. I’m trying to think of some of the other scripts. 'Moonlight', which was a really original idea. 'Lars and the Real Girl', which was about a boyfriend relationship with a sex doll. It was just some really unusual ideas. And I asked Franklin, “What did he do, and what did he do right?” He said, “Well, I just shone a bigger light onto a problem or opportunity.” And as I was listening to him I was thinking, no, actually that’s not what you did. And I don’t mean to offend you, Franklin, but I think you actually did something much fresher than that: you asked a brand-new question and then you gave people the permission to join in your purpose, which is to find original fresh ideas. And that tilt was drastically different than how Hollywood was sorting it already. Hollywood was sorting by this question, which is: How do we make money? And Franklin, by asking the question he did—which is: “What do you love? And in the anonymity of this email process I will basically shield you from the repercussions of not picking what your boss might want,"—actually got people to surface their own original interests, their own passions, and then gather it together in that nice distributed network way to actually be able to do something with it. And the numbers are unbelievable in terms of how many awards those movies have received and recognition. But I think the best part about it is it showed the power of an individual connected in meaning with others having that ripple effect to actually change an industry. And that’s what I think the profound impact of any of us are, however young or powerless we are by society standards, we can raise our hand and say, “I have a different question I want to ask,” and how do I actually mobilize other people around those questions that I think matter?
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Ted Barnett, MD: The Innovation and Integration of Lifestyle Medicine

Ted Barnett, MD: The Innovation and Integration of Lifestyle Medicine

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Dr. Ted Barnett has been a practicing board-certified radiologist for over 30 years, and is also board certified in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Ted was the principal author of “Development of Symptomatic Cardiovascular Disease after Self-Reported Adherence to the Atkins Diet”, published in 2009 by the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. Dr. Barnett is the CEO and founder of Rochester Lifestyle Medicine, PLLC, and he has also long served as Co-Coordinator of the Rochester Area Vegan Society. Please visit http://www.plantpurenation.com to learn more about PlantPure and its whole food plant-based (WFPB) meals, as well as its efforts to help grow the plant-based lifestyle movement. #goplantpure
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WaGrown Potato Innovation-Craig Hunt-Nutritionist

WaGrown Potato Innovation-Craig Hunt-Nutritionist

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A potato is a "whole food" packed with nutrients and is a great addition to any meal!
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Social Innovation   FOOD from Farm Garden to Plate

Social Innovation FOOD from Farm Garden to Plate

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SCIENCE, INNOVATION, QUALITY = RESULTS - THAT'S MVP BIOTECH!

SCIENCE, INNOVATION, QUALITY = RESULTS - THAT'S MVP BIOTECH!

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http://www.mvpbiotech.com At MVP Biotech® our main goal is to eliminate the guesswork - the mystery of fat loss, buildingmuscle and improving athletic performance. By incorporating a scientifically backed training program, proper whole food nutrition, and integrating research based supplementation - pure results are inevitable. MVP Biotech® was designed specifically to eliminate the mystery out the two most confusing elements - the nutrition and supplementation puzzle. World champions, coaches, and active individuals respect the MVP Biotech® formulas. Even some members of scientific community are helping themselves through learning more about a correlation between nutraceuticals, exercise science and optimal results. All of which embody are the basic fundamental principles of MVP Biotech®. So what are you waiting for? Get the results you always wanted!
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Whole Foods CEO John Mackey on ending poverty, being libertarian, and more

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey on ending poverty, being libertarian, and more

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How has Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's politics influenced his business ideas? In a classic Big Think interview, Mackey goes over a wide range of topics including his thoughts on socialism and libertarianism (which aren't as at odds as you may think), how to run an ethical business, his approach to "conscious capitalism," and so much more. Read more at BigThink.com: Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink
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