Today it’s the turn of Lisbon-based entrepreneur and live-wire Daniel Lind as featured ‘Folks for a World that Works’ Q&A correspondent. Daniel, founder of transformational social enterprises Lettuce Grow and Re-Fresh, follows Bronwen Hewitt MBE, sharing his passion for connecting Portugal’s native food and drink with local communities, for profound social effect.
By way of a change to our usual 3-question format, Daniel was interviewed by OurNet’s Town Crier, Carl Munson, who also hosts the ‘Radio for a World that Works’ podcast.
Disruption and localisation of the food supply chain, now arguably dominated by corporations, has the potential to regenerate local communities and revive livelihoods. Hear how Daniel Lind is tackling this situation…
Daniel Lind, CEO & Founder of Lettuce Grow and Re-Fresh
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