The Newman family's unique business model promotes organic farming and food.
Nell Newman holds an American kestrel while working for a non-profit predatory bird conservation group. At that time, she learned her blood contained pesticides; from that discovery came her idea for an organic food company that benefits charitable organizations.
Photo by Brian Latta/Predatory Bird Research Group
The next time you crave pretzels, cookies or a candy bar, look for these Newman's Own Organics products. Your purchase will promote organic farming and other worthwhile causes.
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Nell Newman started Newman's Own Organics, which makes a variety of snack foods and pet foods, in 1993. To date, the company has donated millions of dollars to charities and helped organic food become mainstream.
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To date, Newman's Own Organics has generated $2 million that Paul Newman has donated to organic agriculture research, wildlife preservation, education, medical research, affordable housing and other charitable causes.