Author, Thought-Leader, Public Speaker
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Eve Turow-Paul

Thought-leader on
food culture &
the Digital Age

About

Eve Turow-Paul is a globally-recognized thought-leader on modern culture and the food system. As a writer and adviser, Eve focuses on the ways in which 21st century innovations and pressures are re-shaping the human experience, and thus, people's wants and needs. With her unique blend of investigative reporting, analysis of academic research and lifestyle markets, Turow-Paul utilizes her extensive empirical research to advise Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, non-profits and independent entrepreneurs on how to connect with and better serve people in this Digital Age.

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Eve was instrumental in helping me understand how to create synergies between various aspects of my business and build brand equity. She provided a deep analysis of the most relevant cultural trends impacting my industry. It was a pleasure to work with her.
— Tom Colicchio Crafted Hospitality, Top Chef
 
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A Taste of Generation Yum


 
Absolutely the engine of dining, even fine dining now, across the board, is this generation of seemingly food-obsessed people who are willing to drive an hour and a half for a sweet taco or save up money— that my generation would have spent on cocaine— to go to Le Bernardin.
— Anthony Bourdain, A Taste of Generation Yum
 
 
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See Eve in WASTED!

The Story of Food Waste, a Zero Point Zero Films documentary, supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, narrated by Anthony Bourdain. Also featuring: Dan Barber, Danny Bowien, Mario Batali, Tristram Stuart and more.

 
Today, more and more people are concerned about climate change. And when they think about their carbon footprint, they think about biking to work instead of taking their car. What they’re not thinking about is that one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gasses is actually the food that they’re throwing away.
— Eve Turow-Paul, WASTED!