Caption: Gary Hirshberg, Credit: Frank Rogozienski
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Gary Hirshberg 

The Organic Revolution: From Hippie to Hip to Scale

From: Bioneers Radio
Series: Bioneers Radio Series 11-Revolution from the Heart of Nature
Length: 28:30

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Though still small in the big picture, organic food has come all the way -- from hippie to hip to mainstream since the Sixties. But can organic food and fair food ever feed seven billion people? How can the entire food chain become sustainable? And does sustainability stack up to profitability? Read the full description.

Image_preview_small Visionary food entrepreneur Gary Hirshberg answers those questions with a resounding “yes”. As founder and CEO of Stonyfield Farm, the world’s largest organic yogurt company, Hirshberg has demonstrated that environmentally and socially responsible business can also be profitable.

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Piece Description

Visionary food entrepreneur Gary Hirshberg answers those questions with a resounding “yes”. As founder and CEO of Stonyfield Farm, the world’s largest organic yogurt company, Hirshberg has demonstrated that environmentally and socially responsible business can also be profitable.

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http://www.bioneers.org/radio/2011-radio-series/the-organic-revolution