Small & Gutsy Features ProduceGood

Written by Laura Wittcoff

Principal, Podcast Executive Producer. Dr. Laura Wittcoff is a Human Capital Expert who offers models of change to support organizational growth

January 25, 2021

Do you have a fruit tree in your backyard or on your farm? What happens when the fruit grows and you’ve eaten or sold all you can? Do you let the rest drop to the ground? Many families in Southern California can benefit from the produce from these backyards and farms where their produce overage would otherwise be wasting away. ProduceGood is doing something about this. Learn about this amazing organization as well as gleaning, upcycling, food recovery and cosmetically challenged produce! 

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