Small Business ‘Good Food for All’ Winners Announced at UN Summit

Fifty small- and medium-sized enterprises around the world have been announced as the Best Small Businesses of the “Good Food for All” competition, held in conjunction with the UN Food Systems Summit. Selected from nearly 2,000 applications from 135 countries, the 50 winners all showcase inspiring, diverse, and impactful solutions in improving access to healthy, sustainable food. They will also share $100,000 in cash prizes. Each winner was selected for how their business contributes to healthier, more sustainable and equitable food for the communities they serve; the strength of their vision for the future; and how well they communicate the current and future impact of their business. Half are youth and nearly half are women. Winners come from a total of 42 countries. One of two North American winners was Woolley’s Lamb, a Canadian business that practices silvoculture, grazing sheep in fruit orchards to produce multiple crops from one piece of land.