… executive team consisting of top talent from industry giants… 



Do Good Foods hires top talent from KIND, Nestlé and Tyson to form leadership team


By Linda Lindner(Bedminster), ROI-NJ

November 15, 2021


Do Good Foods, a new climate-forward consumer packaged goods company created to fight food waste and combat climate change, announced its newly-established executive team consisting of top talent from industry giants.


The Bedminster-based company, which officially launched in August after five years in the making by co-founders and co-CEOs Justin and Matthew Kamine, is a large-scale infrastructure solution for the huge problem of food waste in this country.


The team brings more than five decades of collective experience in building, selling and growing well-known consumer food brands, and was assembled by the Kamines based on their professional experiences in CPG and manufacturing, and their passion for doing better for the planet.


“The future of food is climate, and that’s why Do Good Foods puts climate, culture and consumers at the center of everything we do,” the Kamines said. “That means building a team of the best and brightest talent who share our values of doing good for people and the planet. Our focus is in creating best-in-class products that lets consumers know they finally have a real way to make an impact with their food choices.”


In addition to chief strategist Sam Kass, former White House chef and nutrition policy adviser to President Barack Obama, and Barry Starkman, chief manufacturing officer, the leadership team is as follows: