Regenerative Product Incubation & Acceleration May 19, 2021 by Leah Wolfe

A few themes we explore in this session:

  • How can the regenerative movement avoid becoming more white-washed and a replication of the Green Revolution?
  • Is it possible to build the supply system and prove market viability simultaneously?
  • What can we do to tackle the problems of manufacturing and processing capacity in the regenerative supply system?
Danielle Gould Food+Tech Connect & Alpha Food Labs

You need to have empathy for so much more than the consumer, the consumer isn’t always right. We need to be designing for the planet, we need to be designing for local communities and that’s a mindset that requires a lot of different paradigm shifts and mindset shifts to design something that’s a holistic, systems-driven product.

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