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or food entrepreneur Neil Grimmer, business is personal. His two companies, Plum Organics and Habit, were born out of his own experiences and are driven by his core values. In this episode of UnCanned, we visit Neil in the Oakland headquarters of his
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life science start-up, Habit. Neil came up with the idea for the company after using genomics and personalized nutrition to improve his own health. With Habit, he hopes to give more people access to high-quality food tailored to their biological needs.
Then, we talk to food tech expert Brita Rosenheim about the fascinating intersections between science, technology, agriculture, and nutrition, and how these innovations will impact the future of food.
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