“When we talk about regenerative agriculture, what a lot of people in the U.S. are missing, in most instances, is that regenerative agriculture is smallholder farmer and Indigenous wisdom.” – Heather Terry, Founder & CEO of GoodSam Foods
On the latest episode of the Regenerative Rising Podcast – Elevating Stories, Activating Change, host Seleyn DeYarus, Founder and Executive Director of Regenerative Rising, sits down with Heather Terry, Founder and CEO of GoodSam Foods to discuss how GoodSam “protects the planet to protect the people”.
Listen to Seleyn and Heather catch-up on the CPG and supply chain landscape in a post-#MeToo world. They discuss how GoodSam Foods navigates the different contexts involved with sourcing their ingredients from Columbia and Kenya as well as how the company builds trust and supports the communities they work with. Heather shares her journey from being a professional actor on Broadway to co-founding her first chocolate company, NibMor. She explains how “regenerative agriculture is deeply connected to people, culture and communities” and invites businesses to “not forget about the people part” in the CPG and supply chain space. Tune in now to learn about the origins of regenerative agriculture and how to give smallholder farmers and Indigenous people a seat at the table.
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