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Aubry and Kale Walch cooked what they were hungry for, and the results have been phenomenal.
Scotch tape, pacemakers and water skis: Minnesotans are always inventing.
Interviews with John Mendesh, Vice President, R&D, General Mills, and Cofounder, Partners in Food Solutions, Bob Ness, Director of Sales, Western North America, The Mosaic Company and other leaders.
A group of events professionals in New England is encouraging caterers to donate surplus prepared food to local food rescue operations. (Yes, it's legal.) Here’s how you can do it, too.
I researched data in multiple departments and worked closely with a graphic designer to create this multi-panel brochure/infographic.
What can a tuna sandwich or a square of dark chocolate do to improve brain function? More than you might think.
Legend has it that the crazy-looking concoction, in which a cakelike crust holds a rich cream cheese filling, was first made by happy accident in the 1930s.
With a focus on ingenuity, innovation and inspiration, Minnesota serves up some of the world’s favorite food brands.
In an era when a new "superfood" status seems to be declared every few minutes (we're looking at you, kale), it seems only fair that animals have a chance to enjoy some of the latest trends in healthy eating. After years of popularity as a delicacy in Asian cuisine and a supplement for the health-conscious, microalgae like spirulina and chlorella are now being explored as a potentially nutrient-dense ingredient for animal feed.
University physicians and researchers find it's never too early to begin optimizing kids' brain development.
“People always ask me if I had any inkling Fluropon would become a flagship product, and I have to admit, I had no idea,” says John Kelly, Market Manager, Metal Buildings. “It’s been exciting to be involved with a product whose first response was ‘What is this stuff?’ to one that became the standard for the industry.”
It’s a scene playing out at college campuses across the country: a mismatched huddle of aiming-for-blasé teens and trying-not-to-be-embarrassing adults follows behind a grinning, gesticulating student guide who is managing to simultaneously walk backwards, wave to a passing roommate, and enthuse about “free” puppies brought in to reduce stress during finals week.
Write something down once in a while; your brain will thank you.
I concepted and wrote this campaign, working with a graphic designer on image suggestions.