Crew members of NASA Expedition 44 got a taste of home earlier this month when they sampled their harvest of “Outredgeous” red romaine lettuce. Why is this so awesome? With a sustainable food source in orbit, NASA will be able to explore farther into space. The crews will be able to grow and eat fresh produce and feel closer to Earth during their missions.NASA believes this is key for future explorations.

Do you hear that? It’s a call to action.The issues plaguing the food industry today are frightening. A report from the Global Harvest Initiative states that the demand for food, feed, fiber and fuel will likely outpace food production in 2050. With the population expected to reach at least 9 billion, parts of the world still lack clean drinking water and $1 trillion worth of all food produced worldwide is lost or wasted. And those are just a few examples. Are you feeling that call to action yet?

It is one of the most anticipated events of the year … and one of the best-kept secrets. In just 10 days, attendees will be dressed head-to-toe in their finest white apparel with picnic baskets standing by, patiently awaiting a ding from their email. The secret location will then be revealed and attendees will make their way to an iconic space in Chicago to dine, drink, socialize and be entertained.

The fall semester is just around the corner and while students are busy with their back-to-school shopping for the latest dorm room accessories and note-taking necessities, one of the most important tools they will need this semester is just a download away. Is your business on Tapingo? If not, it should be.

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