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GO Tour 2012 in San Diego, California, to Promote Company Mission to Feed and Prosper American Families

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GOFoods Global Cheesy Chicken and Rice casserole is a family favorite!

GOFoods Global, which received an overwhelming response from celebrities at its launch at a fundraising event Oscar weekend in Hollywood, is feeding and prospering American families with the launch of GO Tour 2012, reaching 100 cities throughout the entire year. Company President Brad Stewart is bringing GoFoods meals and family education to San Diego, California, one of 18 North American western cities in the first phase of the tour.

SAN DIEGO, CA & SALT LAKE CITY, May 11, 2012 — Brad Stewart, President of GOFoods Global, the nation’s category creator in premium-quality food reserves and shelf-life nutrition, brings the GOFoods mission to feed and prosper American families one city at a time to San Diego, California, as part as the company’s 100-city GO Tour 2012 event. Originating with an announcement to Hollywood celebrities at an Oscars fundraising event in Hollywood, GOFoods is dedicating the entire year to take its story to feed and fund American families across North America and reaching every family that wants to participate in this great cause.

Families interested in sharing the GOFoods mission of feeding and prospering American families can join the GO Tour 2012 1-day event on May 12, 2012 at the San Diego Sorrento Mesa/La Jolla Marriott Courtyard, 9650 Scranton Road in San Diego from noon to 1 pm and 7 pm to 8 pm.

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Sugar Ray Leonard with Brad Stewart and Mike Casperson of GOFoods at an Academy Awards Event

“At the GoFoods Global launch in Hollywood, the response was extremely positive, and so many celebrities encouraged us to share the noble mission of feeding and prospering families that we organized GO Tour 2102. We’re coming to San Diego, California, as part of the first phase of our tour, which originates at a grassroots level and reaches families in over 18 western cities in North America from Dallas to Calgary,” said Brad Stewart. “This entire year, we invite everyone to come join the GOFoods cause to learn how your family can help make sure meals are served, saved, and shared.”

Event benefits include a complimentary GO Tour sample pack just for attending ($45 retail value); new customers who join the company’s wholesale program will have their membership waived ($30 value); complimentary 1-week GOFoods food supply with the purchase of special GO Tour product packs, along with free shipping on any product orders. The company will also provide complimentary training for those who want to know more about the health and preparedness benefits of GOFoods and how to help their families prosper. The end of each meeting will also include training on GO Party, the company’s new direct sales model that brings families and friends together in a fun and relaxing atmosphere while providing rewards on every level of party participation.

With GOFoods meals, families everywhere within the United States and Canada are learning how the GoFoods meals can help save them time and money, especially in today’s difficult economy. Although women typically comprise the majority of direct sales opportunities, men have also seized the GOFoods opportunity as a way to improve their quality of life and better manage their family and work commitments. Food is a product that everyone needs, and GOFoods healthy easy-to-prepare meals complete a variety of lifestyles—busy college students needing a faster nutritious meal, mothers looking for a quick dinner option that doesn’t involve fast food, families wanting to purchase long-term storable reserves for the future. GOFoods allows everyone to take control of their future and feed their freedom, physically and financially.

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GOFoods Sundried Tomato Tuscan Pasta featured on the GO Tour 2012

GO Tour 2012 is traveling across North America; visit the GO Tour 2012 website at http://www.GOTour2012.com to find all event locations. Phase 1 events are scheduled in the following cities: Jackson Hole, WY; Pocatello, ID; Logan, UT; Ogden, UT; Salt Lake City, UT; St. George, UT; Provo, UT; Hurricane, UT; Las Vegas, NV; Tucson, AZ; Scottsdale, AZ; Arlington, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Irvine, CA; San Diego, CA; Calgary, Canada; Orlando, FL; and Atlanta, GA.

“Food is something that has been the center of people’s lives since the beginning of time,” said Mike Casperson, Vice President of Sales & Marketing and GO Tour co-captain. “Our new model provides an opportunity for more people to be a part of GOFoods, which is considered to be one of the most relevant companies in the industry today. Our products are a transfer purchase; instead of eating fast food, you can now enjoy affordable, healthy meals. And our model allows people to take control of their greatest dependency—food. GO Party provides a fun and informal model of inviting friends and family to try these delicious meals—everything from our hearty soups to gourmet entrees, natural snacks and wholesome bakery goods, and refreshing beverages. For once there’s a product that is highly consumable but one that people are proud to store in their basements and garages.”

GO Tour 2012 operates across the entire year in four phases. Phase 1 begins in 18 western cities across North America and sets the foundation for the entire tour. As participation in the tour grows, phase 2 will be a revisit to the same cities with added cities in the Midwest. Phases 3 and 4 include visits to the central and eastern regions of Canada and the United States in addition to the company’s GO Cruise summer incentive trip in the Caribbean. More details and updated tour schedules can be found at http://www.GOTour2012.com throughout the year.

About GOFoods Global
GOFoods’ mission is to feed and prosper the world by serving, saving and sharing relevant, easy-to-prepare meals and beverages for on-the-go-lifestyles that encourage people to eat nutritiously and spend time together, while enjoying natural mouth-watering meals that taste as good today as they will in 25 years. Founded by nationally known food-reserve experts Steve Shenk and Barbara Rossberg with over thirty years of experience, the Utah-based company’s goal is to change the way people look at quick-fix, extended shelf-life, and daily use food in the twenty-first century.
Contact: Erin Hallmark, +1-801-415-2745, info@gofoodsglobal.com

Can I make my life better in time for my 30 year high school reunion?

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So, a year ago my Daddy died . . . it wasn’t fun to watch him go and life just wasn’t quite the same this last year without him. Not only did I miss him but I started to gain weight . . . with my two weekly radio shows (TalkWorthy on SiriusXM 143) and Healthy Wealthy Wow Surthrival! on 1480 AM and Utah Valley Live . . . along with my eMedia clients I just didn’t take time to care for myself like I should have.

Since Dad has died I have started promoting a reserve food business (GOFoods) and an organic food business (Green PolkaDot Box) and written a book called Choose Surthrival! out in May! They call me the Power Mom but why don’t I feel so powerful . . . in fact I want a nap nearly every day!

So, with so many fabulous things going on in my life (finally) I just haven’t felt that great health wise . . . I told this to my friend, Cori Dyer of the Make Life Better Foundation and she suggested I try the Make Life Better Transformation while we were at the Kids Choice Awards in March. I really stewed about that. Do I really have time to do an entire transformation? Was it really even possible?

Cori Dyer and Kim Power Stilson hosting at a fund raising event!

Then . . . the news hit. My high school friend, Arlene Inbody Ericson, posted a note to me on Facebook asking if I was going to our 30 year high school reunion?

At first all I could think was . . . I have a daughter who just turned 18 and now I have a 30 year class reunion? And, then I started thinking about the 15 or so pounds I have gained since my Dad died . . . and then I looked at the calendar . . 12/13 weeks? Could I do it? Then I thought of the Make Life Better Foundation and their Transformation offer and I called Cori.

Now I have 12 weeks and a goal to make my life better in time for my 30 year class reunion. And, by the way my book will be out about that time . . . can I really make a transformation happen . . . we will see . . .

Katie from the Make Life Better Foundation called me today and said I would have a weekly coach and some of their products to start with . . . so tomorrow I will start Week 1 Day 1 of my quest to Make My Life Better by my high school reunion . . . please join me on the journey . . . I am going to need your help . . . Kim Power Stilson Go class of 1982!!!!

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Brad Stewart Commits to Feeding and Prospering American Families on GO Tour 2012

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From Hollywood to Calgary, Brad Stewart is joining the GOFoods Foundation to give away GOFoods Global meals in 100 cities in honor of the GOFoods Foundation mission to feed and prosper American families. GO Tour 2012 has the goal to donate X number of meals and feed and prosper X number families.

Week Two of GO Tour 2012 in SALT LAKE CITY, April 2012 — Today, Brad Stewart, founder of the GOFoods Foundation and GOFoods Global, the nation’s category creator in premium-quality food reserves and shelf-life nutrition, kicks off the GOFoods Foundation mission to feed and prosper American families with the foundation’s 100-city GO Tour 2012 event. Starting with the announcement to celebrities at a Hollywood fundraising event, interest in the GOFoods mission to feed and fund American families has escalated to such a point that the company is dedicating the entire year to take its story across North America and reaching every family that wants to participate in this great cause.
“The GOFoods Foundation mission is to feed and prosper American families in every state and province in North America,” said Brad Stewart. “We invite families to receive join GO Tour 2012!”

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Brad Stewart talks with families about GO Foods while out on the road trip that will cover 100 American cities in 100 days!

Families interested in sharing the GOFoods mission of feeding and prospering American families can join a GO Tour 2012 event their local city or surrounding area. Event benefits include a complimentary GO Tour sample pack just for attending ($62 retail value); new customers who join the company’s wholesale program will have their membership waived ($30 value); complimentary 1-week GOFoods food supply with the purchase of special GO Tour product packs, along with free shipping on any product orders.

Food is a product that everyone needs, and GOFoods healthy easy-to-prepare meals complete a variety of lifestyles—busy college students needing a faster nutritious meal, mothers looking for a quick dinner option that doesn’t involve fast food, families wanting to purchase long-term storable reserves for the future. GOFoods allows everyone to take control of their future and feed their freedom, physically and financially.

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"Great people across the U.S. are pleased to hear the GOFoods message and get free meals to serve, save and share with their families!"

With GOFoods meals, families everywhere within the United States and Canada are learning how the GoFoods meals can help save them time and money, especially in today’s difficult economy. GOFoods healthy easy-to-prepare meals complete a variety of lifestyles—busy college students needing a faster nutritious meal, mothers looking for a quick dinner option that doesn’t involve fast food, families wanting to purchase long-term storable reserves for the future. GOFoods allows everyone to take control of their future and feed their freedom, physically and financially.

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Brad Stewart shares the GO Tour 2012 message about feeding and prospering American families!

Families can hear President Brad Stewart speak and join the GO Tour 2012 team first during Phase 1 events scheduled in the following cities: Jackson Hole, WY; Pocatello, ID; Logan, UT; Ogden, UT; Salt Lake City, UT; St. George, UT; Provo, UT; Las Vegas, NV; Tucson, AZ; Tempe, AZ; Arlington, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Irvine, CA; San Diego, CA; Calgary, Canada; Orlando, FL; and Atlanta, GA. The first phase of GO Tour 2012 started in February at an Oscar fund raising event in Hollywood, famCheck the company’s website at http://www.GOTour2012.com to find event locations and

GO Tour 2012 operates across the entire year in four phases. Phase 1 begins in 17 western cities across North America and sets the foundation for the entire tour. As participation in the tour grows, phase 2 will be a revisit to the same cities with added cities in the Midwest. Phases 3 and 4 include visits to the central and eastern regions of Canada and the United States in addition to the company’s GO Cruise summer incentive trip in the Caribbean. More details and updated tour schedules can be found at http://www.gotour2012.com throughout the year.

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Brad Stewart talks with Louis Gossett Jr about the Go Foods Go Tour 2012

About GOFoods Global:
GOFoods’ mission is to feed and prosper the world by serving, saving and sharing relevant, easy-to-prepare meals and beverages for on-the-go-lifestyles that encourage people to eat nutritiously and spend time together, while enjoying natural mouth-watering meals that taste as good today as they will in 25 years. Founded by nationally known food-reserve experts Steve Shenk and Barbara Rossberg with over thirty years of experience, the Utah-based company’s goal is to change the way people look at quick-fix, extended shelf-life, and daily use food in the twenty-first century.

GOFoods Global Kicks Off GO Tour 2012 in 17 North American Cities from Hollywood to Calgary to Promote Company Mission to Feed and Prosper American Families

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GOFoods Global, which received an overwhelming response from celebrities at its launch at a fundraising event Oscar weekend in Hollywood, is feeding and prospering American families with the launch of GO Tour 2012, reaching 100 cities throughout the entire year. In the first of four phases, Company President Brad Stewart is kicking off the tour by taking GoFoods meals and family education to 17 North American western cities from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to Calgary, Canada.

Today, Brad Stewart, President of GOFoods Global, the nation’s category creator in premium-quality food reserves and shelf-life nutrition, kicks off the GOFoods mission to feed and prosper American families one city at a time with the company’s 100-city GO Tour 2012 event.

Originating with an announcement to Hollywood celebrities at an Oscars fundraising event in Hollywood, interest in the GOFoods mission to feed and fund American families has escalated to such a point that the company is dedicating the entire year to take its story across North America and reaching every family that wants to participate in this great cause.

“At the GoFoods Global launch in Hollywood, the response was extremely positive, and so many celebrities encouraged us to share the noble mission of feeding and prospering families that we organized GO Tour 2102. Starting today, we’re beginning with the first phase of the tour, which originates at a grassroots level to reach families in over 17 western cities in North America from Dallas to Calgary,” said Brad Stewart. “This entire year, we invite everyone to come join the GOFoods cause to learn how your family can help make sure meals are served, saved, and shared; GO Tour 2012 will be coming to a location near you, and more locations will continue to be added throughout the year as we complete each phase of the Tour.”

Families interested in sharing the GOFoods mission of feeding and prospering American families can join a GO Tour 2012 event their local city or surrounding area. Event benefits include a complimentary GO Tour sample pack just for attending ($62 retail value); new customers who join the company’s wholesale program will have their membership waived ($30 value); complimentary 1-week GOFoods food supply with the purchase of special GO Tour product packs, along with free shipping on any product orders. The company will also provide complimentary training for those who want to know more about the health and preparedness benefits of GOFoods and how to help their families prosper. The end of each meeting will also include training on GO Party, the company’s new direct sales model that brings families and friends together in a fun and relaxing atmosphere while providing rewards on every level of party participation.

With GOFoods meals, families everywhere within the United States and Canada are learning how the GoFoods meals can help save them time and money, especially in today’s difficult economy. Although women typically comprise the majority of direct sales opportunities, men have also seized the GOFoods opportunity as a way to improve their quality of life and better manage their family and work commitments. Food is a product that everyone needs, and GOFoods healthy easy-to-prepare meals complete a variety of lifestyles—busy college students needing a faster nutritious meal, mothers looking for a quick dinner option that doesn’t involve fast food, families wanting to purchase long-term storable reserves for the future. GOFoods allows everyone to take control of their future and feed their freedom, physically and financially.

The first phase of GO Tour 2012 started in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Check the company’s website at http://www.GOTour2012.com to find event locations and join GOFoods President Brad Stewart and the GO Tour 2012 team. Phase 1 events are scheduled in the following cities: Jackson Hole, WY; Pocatello, ID; Logan, UT; Ogden, UT; Salt Lake City, UT; St. George, UT; Provo, UT; Las Vegas, NV; Tucson, AZ; Tempe, AZ; Arlington, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Irvine, CA; San Diego, CA; Calgary, Canada; Orlando, FL; and Atlanta, GA.

“Food is something that has been the center of people’s lives since the beginning of time,” said Mike Casperson, Vice President of Sales & Marketing and GO Tour co-captain. “Our new model provides an opportunity for more people to be a part of GOFoods, which is considered to be one of the most relevant companies in the industry today. Our products are a transfer purchase; instead of eating fast food, you can now enjoy affordable, healthy meals. And our model allows people to take control of their greatest dependency—food. GO Party provides a fun and informal model of inviting friends and family to try these delicious meals—everything from our hearty soups to gourmet entrees, natural snacks and wholesome bakery goods, and refreshing beverages. For once there’s a product that is highly consumable but one that people are proud to store in their basements and garages.”

GO Tour 2012 operates across the entire year in four phases. Phase 1 begins in 17 western cities across North America and sets the foundation for the entire tour. As participation in the tour grows, phase 2 will be a revisit to the same cities with added cities in the Midwest. Phases 3 and 4 include visits to the central and eastern regions of Canada and the United States in addition to the company’s GO Cruise summer incentive trip in the Caribbean. More details and updated tour schedules can be found at http://www.gotour2012.com throughout the year.

About GOFoods Global:
GOFoods’ mission is to feed and prosper the world by serving, saving and sharing relevant, easy-to-prepare meals and beverages for on-the-go-lifestyles that encourage people to eat nutritiously and spend time together, while enjoying natural mouth-watering meals that taste as good today as they will in 25 years. Founded by nationally known food-reserve experts Steve Shenk and Barbara Rossberg with over thirty years of experience, the Utah-based company’s goal is to change the way people look at quick-fix, extended shelf-life, and daily use food in the twenty-first century.

 

Attack of the Pink Slime by Steve Shenk

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I read this article written by Steve Shenk, food expert, a few months back . . . I thought it was an interesting and helpful read . . . He is a brilliant writer with experience we can trust. Here is his article, re-posted with permission, of course.

Steve Shenk, noted food expert, is an educator, corporate executive, and philosopher, with forty years as a successful entrepreneur in the food industry.


Recently McDonald’s, one of our largest fast-food restaurants in America, issued the following statement:
“For a number of years prior to 2011, to assist with supply, McDonald’s USA used some lean beef trimmings treated with ammonia in our burgers. We were among other food retailers who used this safe product.”
Let that sink in for a moment—“beef trimmings treated with ammonia.” That can’t be right can it? What does that actually mean?

The beef trimmings referred to here are what is left over once all the cuts of beef have been removed from the cow. (These trimmings were once deemed unfit for human consumption and used for dog food). The trimmings are spun in a centrifuge to separate the “meat” from the fat and then the meat is treated with ammonium hydroxide in an attempt to kill all the harmful forms of bacteria present. You may have heard people refer to this “meat” as pink slime, a term coined by the British chef Jamie Oliver. Pink Slime is a name as appetizing as the process it went through to get on your table.

Now, look at McDonald’s statement again. Does anything else standout to you? What about “[w]e were among other food retailers…”? In October 2011 it was reported that 68 people in 10 states were sickened by an outbreak of salmonella toed to a “Mexican-style fast food restaurant chain”. It was later determined that the chain was Taco Bell. Burger King also came out with a statement similar to the McDonald’s announcement.

From this statement, one can safely assume that the use of pink slime is a widely accepted practice in the fast-food industry. It is estimated that 70% of fast-food hamburger could have included pink slime. Think back over the last year. How often have you eaten at a fast-food restaurant? Do you go out regularly with your co-workers for lunch? Do you stop by on the way home because you’re too tired to cook dinner? Or do you take the kids there for a reward or a family night out? The “why” isn’t as important as is knowing how many times you may have been fed pink slime. How do you feel about a trip through the drive-thru now?

It is also interesting that pink slime is referred to as a “safe product.” It makes you wonder what other “safe products” they are feeding us. if it’s truly safe, why did McDonald’s and Burger King both come out with statements that they were no longer using the pink slime products AFTER the contamination at Taco Bell was revealed?

The USDA has approved the use of ammoniated beef trimmings for human consumption. They argue that the beef’s ammonia treatment will kill any bacteria lingering in the beef. But, how much can we trust this process—or the government—when we hear of outbreaks of E. Coli and other harmful bacteria on a regular basis.
So what can you do to protect you and your family? You’ve already taken the first step by beginning to educate yourself on where your food comes from and how it is made. Please continue to do so. With knowledge comes power and the ability to make informed decisions that ultimately lead to peace of mind. It is for this very reason that I am committed to providing you with this type of information on an ongoing basis.

This is truly a frightening revelation that we here in the United States, as individuals and families, have to careful to protect ourselves from our own food. It is unfortunate indeed that agencies responsible for our protection can only be trusted to sell out our best interest to the economic pressures of special interest groups. If your personally held food supplies are dried or dehydrated, you are safe and can be fearless of these food-born contaminates. Very simply, these dangerous little critters can’t exist in a moisture-free environment.
Remember, if you are apathetic and passive about your food choices, you leave not only your health but also your well-being in the hands of others. Stop playing “Russian roulette” with your future and take control.

The Little Known Causes Behind Rising Food Prices By Steve Shenk

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Steve Shenk, noted food expert, is an educator, corporate executive, and philosopher, with forty years as a successful entrepreneur in the food industry.

The cost of food has been rising dramatically over the last year and while the obvious doesn’t need to be pointed out, a voice of warning needs to be raised so we can understand the contributing factors to the problem. By becoming aware of the different “levers” that affect the price of food, one can read the news with a more discerning eye and understand the real truth beneath the sanitized information given us in an attempt to lull and pacify us so we won’t do anything. By educating and preparing yourself, you empower yourself to predict your own future—a future that affords you peace of mind.

Right now, there are three main contributing factors to why the price of food has gotten out of control. While you may be able to do little about the factors themselves, when understood, you can create a strategy so as not to be held hostage by their effects.

The price of oil and fuel is a major cause of food price increases and one of the most volatile. Differing ideologies, terrorism, and just plain greed cause the price of oil to jump in an instant. In fact, Iran’s recent retaliation for recent U.S. and EU sanctions is driving an oil price increase that already has 2012 starting off with some of the highest gas prices we’ve seen for this time of year.
Due to the transportation costs associated with making and moving your food, it makes sense that as soon as gas prices rise, food prices will be close behind. In fact, if you chart food and oil prices together, you will see that they march in step with one another.

While you can’t control the price of oil, you can anticipate how turmoil on the other side of the world will impact your food budget.

Another contributing factor to rising food prices is the worldwide famine. Droughts and floods have decimated food crops the world over. China and India are buying up food and farm land at an alarming pace in the wake of their recent crop failures. Add to this the fact that commodities markets can manipulate global prices for their gain and you can see how a global food problem impacts what you buy at your corner grocery store.
Now you may think that U.S. farmers would benefit from their crops being sold for top dollar overseas, but as you’ll see in a moment, there is only so much land to farm with and if it is used for other purposes than growing food then the benefit of exporting isn’t fully realized. What else would farmers be using their land for? That brings us to our final factor.

Ethanol production takes away farmland that benefits food production and contributes to a vicious cycle that most of us are unaware.

Ethanol, which is made from agricultural feed stocks, is used as a biofuel additive for gasoline with the intent of holding rising gas prices at bay. At first take, addressing rising gas prices appears a noble endeavor, but by understanding the cause and effect relationship inherent in the overall process, one can easily see how quickly this program accelerates the food price problem.

Put quite simply, the government subsidizes farmers to grow corn for ethanol. These government subsides make it so it isn’t cost effective for farmers to grow corn for cattle feed. The reduction in supply of cattle feed pushes up the demand for feed not only raising the price of feed, but the cost of beef. With the price of feed rising, the government must then provide more subsidies to farmers to keep them from making the switch away from growing corn for ethanol production. This raises the cost of ethanol and by so doing the cost of gas. And as we’ve already stated, as the cost of fuel rises so does food. As you can see the government’s plan to solve one problem—fuel costs—has not only exacerbated it, but contributed to another ongoing problem—rising food costs. (Something that is on par for most government programs.)

So with rising fuel costs caused both at home and abroad and the world community pulling on our food production resources, it may feel as if our hands are tied. Fortunately, there is something you can do.

By buying food today at current prices, you are able to “freeze the market” in time. Price increases that will come won’t affect you because of your stock on hand. You are hedging against tomorrow’s food prices. You are also buying insurance for the “perfect storm” when all three factors explode at once. When this happens—once again, not a matter of “if” but, “when”—you will see a scenario where your grocery store will be limited to what is on hand. And once that supply is gone, it is gone. The food you have stored will enable you to be free of the effects of lack of supply and rising prices.

So be informed. Continue to educate yourself so you not only know, but understand what is happening in the world. As you can see, it really is a matter of life and death.

About Contributing Writer, Steve Shenk:

Steve Shenk, noted food expert, is an educator, corporate executive, and philosopher, with forty years as a successful entrepreneur in the food industry. His expertise and leadership on food safety issues have positively impacted the lives of thousands with a prevention-based strategy to ensure the availability, price and safety of food. Steve is also presently heard almost any day of the week across multiple radio networks as a guest of some of America’s most notable talk show programs. For more information please visit, www.gofoodsfoundation.org.