A recent presentation by Barry Michaels at the Food Safety Consortium in Chicago highlighted an unregulated and high-risk zone to the US food industry - disposable gloves and their manufacturing processes.
Disposable gloves and clothing are frequently an afterthought and “just add them to the cart” items because a company needs them. Often suppliers don’t know or don’t care about these products, where they came from or how they were made.
Following on from the recent midterm elections in the US, the global B Corp community has launched the “‘Vote Every Day”’ campaign, encouraging businesses and consumers to vote with their values. From choosing the snacks in your break room, to..
International food safety expert and Eagle Protect’s Research Director, Barry Michaels, will be presenting “Approaches to Solving Safety Vulnerabilities in Polymers Utilized in Food Environments” at the Food Safety Consortium. The prestigious..
One of the hardest things for us to do. Even if the reasoning is justified, even if everyone has bought in. Changing habits can cause resistance.
Have you considered Eagle can make your business more sustainable and eliminate waste..
New Orleans was the exciting venue for my 5th B Corp Champions Retreat. This annual event brings together 500 or more change makers from across the US and around the globe. All with the shared focus on building business that strive to create a..
Quality matters, so does price. Variabilities in price between similar products exist for several reasons:
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