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UPC Nebraska & Center for Entrepreneurship Present: Evan Lutz, Founder of Hungry Harvest

One Man’s Trash is Another’s Treasure: An Entrepreneur’s Journey Selling Ugly Produce

7:30 pm
Nebraska Union Room: Auditorium
1400 R St
Lincoln NE 68508
Additional Info: NU
Karen Wills, UPC Nebraska, (402) 472-9749,
Evan Lutz is a 26-year old social entrepreneur from Baltimore, Maryland, who is passionate about food justice, entrepreneurship and the Baltimore Ravens. He is the CEO and founder of Hungry Harvest, which buys “ugly” and surplus produce from farms in the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. and delivers boxes of fruits and vegetables via a subscription-based model to customers in Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. They have reduced over 15 million pounds of food from going to the landfill and provided access to over 1 million pounds of produce through reduced-cost markets and donations to people in need. Everything they do is driven by the belief that “every person has the right to eat healthy and every fruit and veggie grown deserves to be eaten.”

Free for UNL students with valid NCard.
$5 for faculty, staff and public.

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