2 Degrees Food is the first Buy-One-Give-One food company. For every snack product we sell, we donate a meal to a hungry child through our nonprofit partners. The Company’s strong, growing brand, high quality products, and delicious flavors generated national media recognition on the Today’s Show, Entrepreneur Magazine, GOOD Business, Inc., ABC News and Women’s Magazine among others.
The Company distributes its product in various channels: retail (retailers/distributors) direct, and in corporate offices, airlines, yoga studios, bookstores and events around the country. 2 Degrees is rapidly gaining brand recognition in all channels, highlighted by its continued sales growth …
Over the past few months our team has been working to rethink the look and feel of the 2 Degrees brand. We’re excited to finally share our new logo, packaging and brand identity with you, our valued customer.
We’re realizing more and more that millennials are one of our biggest, most passionate and engaged demographics. These young adults recognize that the world is changing— that nothing is set in stone, and that many businesses are making huge leaps in innovation everyday. Generation Y and Z are looking at the world differently— as more fluid and moldable with the spark of …
I like snack bars. But, who would have thought the snack bars I eat could be related to my passion for fighting hunger? Working for CWS, where we believe strongly that no one ever go hungry, I am very excited about 2 Degrees and the promise it holds for hungry children.
In fact, I’ve spent the past few months filling colleagues and friends heads with stories about this rather incredible tasting line of snack bars. Gluten free, vegan and loaded with good nutrition, you can purchase and enjoy 2 Degrees bars knowing that every bar you eat means another meal …
Here at 2 Degrees we often think about movements. We think about creating something much bigger than a snack bar company. We think about solving global problems.
Snack companies generally don’t experience the type of growth that we’ve experienced over the last 3 years. If you ask folks in the food industry how long it took them to get into Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble College, Google, Twitter, AOL, HP, United Airlines, and many others, they’ll likely tell you how challenging it is.
While our products are healthy and tasty, that’s usually not the main reason why retailers and corporate …
As many of you already know, we just launched our bars on all domestic United Airlines flights! For $2.99 you can now purchase a 2-bar box which includes Apple Pecan and Cherry Almond– and also give 2 meals to children in need…all from the comfort of your seat in the sky!
Moreover, we started receiving emails, text messages and comments from friends, family and strangers like this one:
Great speaking with you a moment ago and definitely looking forward to reconnecting back in the Bay.
Quick story: I purchased 2 Degrees bars on my United flight over to
Hibiscus, Ginger Chia Fresca
~Chef Barr Hogen, 2 Degrees Food~
Also known as iskiate, this beverage is popular with runners and other athletes as it’s being touted as a Superfood for endurance.
For its relative size, chia is a great source of protein, fiber and ALA (alpha linolenic acid). Just 1 ounce has11 grams of fiber and 4 gram of protein. Chia is also mildly anti-inflammatory so combined with ginger; this drink is wonderful post work out.
It’s important to use warm water when mixing the seeds in as cold water will cause the chia to clump together. Chia is …
It’s difficult, if not impossible, to fully understand something without experiencing it firsthand. This is true in business, life and love. Last week, I had a humbling experience on a trip to Haiti that reminded me of the importance of experience.
Connecting the Dots
For the past 2 and a half years or so I have been working with my father, his partner Will, and a team of passionate social entrepreneurs for 2 Degrees Food. We are the first Buy-One-Give-One food company. This means that for every product we sell, we donate a meal to a hungry child through …
Social media enabled Justin Bieber — a pretty kid with a nice voice — to become an international star. Every day, it enables all kinds of people to make a name for themselves and gain attention. More than that, it enables brands to measure and activate the kind of marketing and advertising that resonates most effectively with their target audience.
Now, however, it has the potential to do something far greater: to help improve the lives of people all over the world.
If you’re at all into social media, you know the subtle feelings that these platforms can draw out …
TODAY | Aired on November 15, 2012
Visit to Rwanda inspires a new beginning at 57
When Lauren Walters visited Rwanda at the age of 57 and saw the hunger there, he was inspired to do something to help. He has since joined up with the son of a friend, Will Hauser, 23, to start 2 Degrees, which donates a meal to a hungry child for every food bar they sell. TODAY’s Jane Pauley reports.
Original Link: http://video.today.msnbc.msn.com/today/49837949#49837949