On the podcast we are continuing the critical conversation around child poverty and hunger that, quite frankly I’m embarrassed to have to be talking about in 2021.
Rather than complaining or pointing out a desperate situation I want to shine a light on some incredible initiatives. On that note, I want you to ponder on this:
Can we use hunger to end hunger?
This is the simple revolutionary formula that my next guest and his colleagues founded over 10 years ago. Owen Burton co-founded One feeds Two. A charitable organisation that partners with food brands and work to provide school meals to children living in poverty across the globe.
Thus far, One Feeds Two’s partners have donated over 10 millions school meals – and in 2021 alone, they hope to donate over 6 million school meals. The school meals are locally sourced, largely plant-based and typical of the local cuisine – “what the kids would be eating if they were eating at home”.
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What another amazing conversation and great guest – it was super interesting to chat with Owen on the podcast and hear about all the fantastic work that One Feeds Two are doing both in the UK and the rest of the world.
One Feeds Two Summary Highlights
Owen was formerly a management consultant working a lot in the food and beverage industry. He is the founder of Fount Drinks, an innovative drinks brand championing a mission of “better for you – and the planet” and runs One Feeds Two. He’s married with three children.
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