Danone North America, Megafood, Anheuser-Busch, and local farms fight climate change

The companies have put in place regenerative practices to build soil health and mitigate the climate crisis.

Danone North America, Megafood, Anheuser-Busch, and Local Farms Fight Climate Change
Danone North America, Megafood, Anheuser-Busch, and Local Farms Fight Climate Change

Dozens of farmers and food companies, including Anheuser-Busch, MegaFood, Rick Clark (partnered with Danone North America), and Leah Penniman, are being recognized by national nonprofit Green America in honor of World Food Day. Soil SuperHeroes are working to provide major solutions to the climate crisis by employing regenerative soil stewardship practices that build soil health and resiliency. These farmers and food companies are assessing the impacts of agriculture and implementing best practices to protect soil and human health.

Soil SuperHeroes are farmers and food companies that are committed to saving our soils and mitigating the climate crisis, through a variety of regenerative practices including:

  • Anheuser-Busch: Its Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold is the first national beer brand in the U.S. to be certified organic. Anheuser-Busch is helping farmers through the three-year transition period to organic by providing long-term contracts and paying premium prices for transitional and organic crops.

  • Rick Clark and Danone North America: In 2016, Danone North America announced they would transition their products to non-GMO verified knowing they had to rely on farmers to provide the non-GMO feed for the dairy cows that produce milk for its yogurt. One of those farmers, a Soil SuperHero, is Indiana farmer Rick Clark who offers practical examples for how soil health can transform agriculture. 

  • MegaFood: One of the only farm-to-table natural vitamin companies that has a direct relationship with their farmers, MegaFood supports its organic and regenerative farmers and provides a guaranteed market for their regeneratively-grown produce.

  • Leah Penniman of Soul Fire Farm: Leah has cultivated five acres of land using organic and ancestral practices that increase topsoil depth, sequester carbon, and improve soil biodiversity all while fighting the injustices of our food system.

 Green America is a green economy organization that provides economic strategies, organizing power, and practical tools for consumers, businesses, and investors to help in the quest to solve today’s social and environmental problems. Green America’s Center for Sustainability Solutions brings together diverse groups of stakeholders to discuss and find solutions for complex sustainability problems.

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