Eve Turow-Paul is one of the world’s leading experts on Millennial and Gen Z global food culture, and founder and Executive Director of Food for Climate League. Her latest book is "Hungry: Avocado Toast, Instagram Influencers and Our Search for Connection and Meaning" (BenBella, 2020). By blending qualitative and quantitative methods, Turow-Paul explores the ‘why’ behind today’s biggest food and lifestyle trends. Through her writing, consultancy (ETP Insights) and nonprofit leadership, she helps companies and organizations connects the dots between climate, food trends, and human needs to develop strategic products and campaigns. Turow-Paul views food culture as a key lever for improving mental, physical, and environmental health around the world.
Turow-Paul is a Forbes contributor and her writing on food trends and human behavior has appeared in a number of publications including The Chicago Tribune, Plate, The Village Voice, on The Atlantic, Washington Post, FoodTank, Refinery29, Huffington Post and more. She was prominently featured in the documentary film WASTED! The Story of Food Waste, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. In 2019, with seed funding from Food@Google, Turow-Paul founded Food for Climate League, an all-female non-profit research collaborative working to re-frame the food and climate narrative in order to democratize sustainable eating and empower all eaters to tackle the climate crisis bite-by-bite.
Food has become a way for consumers to ease their worries and anxiety in an increasingly stressful world, and they are looking for products that can answer their basic needs for control, community, and purpose.10 November 2020