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To inspire healthier communities by connecting people to real food

To inspire healthier communities by connecting people to real food

We are a critical link between growers of a community and consumers, and we feel a responsibility to protect the future of real food. We are committed to supporting the smaller and mid-size growers who are doing their farming sustainably. We are committed to creating transparency around what is in your food and where the food comes from, and we want to create more accessibility to healthy, real food for more people. We set up our spaces with real food and preserve the building structure, decorating with works from local artist that will blend with the communities we serve. Our food is healthy and real and we help communities make the best choices for what they eat by having sustainably grown food in our spaces.
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Startups withdraw applications for government loans, fearing backlash

  • The Information
  • 3 weeks ago
  • Tech startups imperiled by Covid-19 rushed to apply for the forgivable government loans after the Trump administration allocated $350 billion to the program in March.
  • Since then, the Senate has approved an additional $320 billion to meet soaring demand from small businesses.
  • Now—fearing the same backlash that larger public companies have faced for taking PPP loans or, worse, anticipating future punitive measures—founders are grappling with whether to pull applications or return loans.
  • Sweetgreen, which has over $500 million in venture capital backing, returned its $10 million PPP loan on April 23, becoming one of the first venture-backed businesses to do so.
  • Media business Axios, which has raised $57 million in VC funding, disclosed last week that it would return a $4.8 million PPP loan because the program had become “much more politically polarized since its inception.
Startups withdraw applications for government loans, fearing backlash

50 ways companies are giving back during the coronavirus pandemic

  • Forbes
  • 1 month ago
  • Most people’s lives have been completely upended by the Corona Virus or COVID-19 sweeping the world. When the pressure is on, and governments are overloaded, it is up to businesses large and small to do things that will better their employees, customers and the community at large, until this difficult time passes.
  • From a business and government perspective, what we all have seen in the last few weeks and days, is how fast we can move and make decisions when everybody wants to affect change as a society.
  • In the article, you may find 50 examples of companies doing good for the world during coronavirus pandemic.
50 ways companies are giving back during the coronavirus pandemic

These are the 50 most innovative companies of 2020

  • Fast Company
  • 2 months ago

It’s 2020, and we don’t have flying cars (yet), but think about the cool things that we do have: Augmented reality that brings joy into the daily lives of more than 163 million people.

Drones that deliver vital medicine. An effective treatment for postpartum depression. Creative ways to curb society’s addiction to new clothing and single-use plastic. Platforms that allow fiction writers and video producers to get paid.

Read on to see how these and dozens more inspiring accomplishments are driving this year’s list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company. Plus, the 44 Top 10 most innovative firms, by sector and region.

These are the 50 most innovative companies of 2020

Nicolas Jammet

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Founder of @sweetgreen, Inc.
Co-Founder + Co-CEO, @sweetgreen + sweetlife Principal at @SWTLF Ventures

Jonathan Neman

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Co-Founder and Co-CEO of @sweetgreen and @SWTLF Ventures
Total raised

$75.5M

Funded over

3 rounds

Latest round

Jul 2015

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401k matching

5 months paid family leave

Unlimited vacation

Free greens

Office snacks galore

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