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Do Good Foods™ Takes Home Environment + Energy's Top Product of the Year Award; Justin Kamine and Sarah Roberts Share

Do Good Foods™ Takes Home Environment + Energy's Top Product of the Year Award; Justin Kamine and Sarah Roberts Share


BEDMINSTER, NJ
Thursday, July 27th, 2023

How do you ensure your product portfolio is good for both consumers and the planet they occupy? Ask the leaders of Do Good Foods! The climate-forward food procedure has announced a recent recognition for its flagship product, Do Good Chicken®. Recognized for its leadership in the sustainable food space, the product has won the prestigious Top Product of the Year Award in the 2023 Environment + Energy Leader Awards program.

Justin Kamine, Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Do Good Foods™"I'm exceptionally proud of the Do Good Foods team, and this important award affirms that our efforts are both having an impact and getting noticed by the industry," said Justin Kamine, Co-Chief Executive Officer of Do Good Foods. "We're making a difference. Since its launch, Do Good Foods has diverted more than 32 million pounds of surplus grocery food from the landfill to date, saving more than 4,300 metric tons of greenhouse gasses ( CO2e ) from entering the atmosphere."

Do Good Foods takes healthy surplus food from grocery stores and upcycles it into nutrient-dense chicken feed, which provides chickens with a more natural diet. The company’s chickens are then fed this feed and sold at grocery stores, restaurants, or cafeterias.

Recognized for its leadership in the sustainable food space, Do Good Chicken® has won the prestigious Top Product of the Year Award in the 2023 Environment + Energy Leader Awards program

The company optimizes a unique "closed loop" process that significantly reduces the food waste and greenhouse gas emissions typically associated with poultry production. This game-changing approach captured the attention of an esteemed panel of judges.

Sarah Roberts, Co-President, E+E Leader"This year's entrants had to surpass an exceptionally high bar to qualify for an award, thanks to a seasoned and discerning judging panel as well as stringent judging criteria,” said Sarah Roberts, Co-President of E+E Leader.

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