Chobani Donates Profits from Limited Edition Flavor to Food Banks

Chobani is donating all profits from a new, limited edition charity flavor of its yogurt to Feeding America, a nationwide network of food banks that provide food to people in need. The Chobani Greek Yogurt PB&J flavor, called Food Bank Batch, will be sold at retailers across the U.S. from July through September. “Since Chobani’s earliest days, we’ve had a close relationship with food banks. They are beacons of hope and humanity and they need our help more than ever given their communities need them more than ever,” said Peter…

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SFA Releases State of the Specialty Food Industry, 2020-2021 Edition

The Specialty Food Association, working with Mintel, has released the 2020-2021 Edition of The State of the Specialty Food Industry report. The annual research explores the market and where it is going based on sales data from the past three calendar years, sales forecasts in key categories, and a consumer survey that tracks behaviors, preferences, and generational differences shifting the market. This year’s research includes analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the specialty food industry, including supply chain commentary, to provide insight on market ramifications, challenges, and opportunities in…

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How to upgrade your at-home videoconference setup: Lighting edition – TechCrunch

In this instalment of our ongoing series around making the most of your at-home video setup, we’re going to focus on one of the most important, but least well understood or implemented parts of the equation: Lighting. While it isn’t actually something that requires a lot of training, expertise or even equipment to get right, it’s probably the number one culprit for subpar video quality on most conference calls – and it can mean the difference between looking like someone who knows what they talk about, and someone who might…

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How to make the most of your at-home videoconference setup: Microphone edition – TechCrunch

Working from home isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, and a slew of companies just announced longer-term initiatives to make their remote work practices either extend or permanent. That means for some it’s the perfect time to take their at-home videoconferencing setup even further, so we’re going to take a closer look at various core elements to build on our initial exploration of what can help you improve your video call or live broadcasting game. Today, it’s all about audio. Microphone basics In our initial feature, I highlighted some great entry-level…

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Special Edition: Can Fashion Clean Up Its Act? | Letter from the Editor

LONDON, United Kingdom — Last year, the global fashion industry produced 114 billion pieces of clothing. Americans consume more than 20 billion garments per year, or 64 items per person every year. These are mostly cheap, disposable clothes, manufactured in enormous quantities, using a vast amount of natural resources, often by workers toiling away in unconscionable conditions at a huge social and environmental cost. This fundamentally extractive model, decades in the making, is now being put to the ultimate test by the coronavirus crisis, which has crushed consumer demand and already…

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Sony Ericsson Vivaz FIFA Edition

With the World Cup 2010 just around the corner Sony Ericsson have launched an exclusive version of their Vivaz phone called the Sony Ericsson Vivaz FIFA edition. This new addition to the range offers the same amazing features found in the rest of the Sony Ericsson Vivaz phones but with the exclusive FIFA Football Fan application, this new app will not be available anywhere else and keeps you up to date on all of the latest World Cup action. The Fifa edition Sony Ericsson Vivaz updates you with all of…

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