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Food Enterprise Solutions

Business strategies for safe and nutritious food systems

FES leverages the powers of business, entrepreneurship, and innovation as key drivers in the global fight against hunger and malnutrition. 

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About FES

Food Enterprise Solutions is on a mission to energize the global food system to better balance global needs and profit.  We leverage the powers of business, entrepreneurship, and innovation as key drivers in the global fight against hunger and malnutrition. We work in partnership with businesses and organizations to provide safe, nutritious, and affordable foods through supply chains that are commercially viable and environmentally sustainable. We offer expertise in partnership development, market analysis, project design & management, training, and specialized technical assistance to strengthen capacities of - and linkages among - key actors within food systems. Our team of experts has extensive experience working with food enterprises of all sizes – from village market vendors to major global corporations – across multiple countries and commodities.

 
News & Updates
  • On November 3, 1961, President John F. Kennedy established the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Today, USAID is the world's premier international development agency and a catalytic actor driving development results through the generosity of the American people.

  • FES congratulates the Peace Corps on 60 years of global service! Read our blog post featuring our two staff RPCVs here.

  • FES would like to congratulate our partner James (Rusty) Eason on earning the 2021 "Rockstars of the Supply Chain" Award from Food Logistics Magazine!! Read more here.

  • FES would like to welcome our new Project Accountant, Shola Ajibola to the team! Find out more about him on our About page!

  • March 8th is International Women's Day! FES honors women and their critical role in improving food safety around the world! Read the following article to learn more.

  • We published a new Technical Learning Note on Agrilinks! Click here if you want to learn about Fish Smokers and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) Risks in Senegal.

  • Our BD4FS project would like to welcome our new Senegal team members: Angil Fantcho, Astou Diop, and Assane Sow! Their bios can be found here on our About page!

  • November 19th is World Toilet Day! Read our blog post below about how water, sanitation, and hygiene affect food safety at seafood processing sites in Senegal, with our full technical learning note coming soon! 

  • Our BD4FS project is expanding to Nepal! See the full announcement here.

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