We help fight food waste and combat climate change by simply not letting good food go to waste.

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This is what surplus grocery food looks like.

Without Do Good Chicken, this would have been thrown away.

This is what it looks like when we turn surplus grocery food into nutrient-rich chicken feed.

It's ideal for a chicken's diet and good for our planet.

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And this is what our chicken looks like at your local supermarket.

Delicious, real chicken ready to fuel your family.

Together, we can Do Good.

By adding nutritious surplus grocery food to our chickens’ diet, we reduce food waste, making our chicken carbon reduced to combat climate change.

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The Kamine Family
Co-Founders

From sustainable infrastructure projects to their working relationships, they believe in family first. They believe in the problem-solving power of our strategic partnerships and our team at-large — many of whom have worked with them for decades. And they believe it will take all of us working together to build real, lasting change for the world we share.

Meet the team.

Justin Kamine

Justin Kamine

Co-founder & Co-CEO of Do Good Foods

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We came up with a thesis: the world is messed up. How can we change it?

Justin Kamine is a planet-forward entrepreneur who co-founded Do Good Foods with his brother Matthew to combat climate change by fighting food waste. The Kamine brothers’ company builds on the family’s 40-year heritage of solving macro environmental problems through building large infrastructure solutions.

Do Good Foods is yet another example of how Justin combines his passion for the planet with good business sense to build sustainable, scalable systems that can drive meaningful change. His track record has earned him the Forbes 30U30 award for Food, ranked him as one of the 50 Most Impactful Entrepreneurs in the U.S. and earned him the Clean Tech Equity Award presented by the Prince of Monaco.

Justin graduated Lafayette College in 2011, with a major in Environmental Public Policy and Economics.

Justin Kamine is a planet-forward entrepreneur who co-founded Do Good Foods with his brother Matthew to combat climate change by fighting food waste. The Kamine brothers’ company builds on the family’s 40-year heritage of solving macro environmental problems through building large infrastructure solutions.

Do Good Foods is yet another example of how Justin combines his passion for the planet with good business sense to build sustainable, scalable systems that can drive meaningful change. His track record has earned him the Forbes 30U30 award for Food ranked him as one of the 50 Most Impactful Entrepreneurs in the U.S. and earned him the Clean Tech Equity Award presented by the Prince of Monaco.

Justin graduated Lafayette College in 2011, with a major in Environmental Public Policy and Economics.

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We came up with a thesis: the world is messed up. How can we change it?

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Matthew Kamine

Co-founder & Co-CEO of Do Good Foods

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We need actionable solutions to our massive environmental problems, and we need them now.

Matthew Kamine is an eco-minded entrepreneur and engineer who co-founded Do Good Foods with his brother Justin to bring scale to sustainability. Matthew leads a team of experienced engineers and construction project managers to support both the business development group and the operations platform. Matthew’s expertise in taking large infrastructure projects from conception to operations, ensures a seamless integration between all key parties involved in the Kamine enterprise.

From the initial Do Good Foods pilot operations to the first fully operational facility in Pennsylvania, to developing and implementing plans for national expansion, Matthew oversees every detail to his exacting expectations, like he’s done with over $525 million in Kamine family project executions before.

Matthew graduated with a B.A. in Engineering with a minor in Economics from Lafayette College.

Matthew Kamine is an eco-minded entrepreneur and engineer who co-founded Do Good Foods with his brother Justin to bring scale to sustainability. Matthew leads a team of experienced engineers and construction project managers to support both the business development group and the operations platform. Matthew’s expertise in taking large infrastructure projects from conception to operations, ensures a seamless integration between all key parties involved in the Kamine enterprise.

From the initial Do Good Foods pilot operations to the first fully operational facility in Pennsylvania, to developing and implementing plans for national expansion, Matthew oversees every detail to his exacting expectations, like he’s done with over $525 million in Kamine family project executions before.

Matthew graduated with a B.A. in Engineering with a minor in Economics from Lafayette College.

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We need actionable solutions to our massive environmental problems, and we need them now.

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A lot of sustainable solutions are small-scale. This is bigger. And consumers are getting delicious chicken they can feel really good about.

Sam brings energy and passion — mostly about ending food waste, but also a lot about ensuring our chicken is the high-quality, nutritious chicken it needs to be. Oh, and he just happens to have a history of being the personal White House chef to the Obamas, also serving as the chief architect of the First Lady’s Let’s Move! Campaign to combat childhood obesity. Since his time in the nation’s capital, Sam has committed to countless initiatives as an investor and strategist for smart food and a healthier climate.

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Sam Kass

Chief Strategy Officer

Sam brings energy and passion — mostly about ending food waste, but also a lot about ensuring our chicken is the high-quality, nutritious chicken it needs to be. Oh, and he just happens to have a history of being the personal Whitehouse chef to the Obamas, also serving as the chief architect of the first lady’s Let’s Move! Campaign to combat childhood obesity. Since his time in the nation’s capital, Sam has committed to countless initiatives as an investor and strategist for smart food and a healthier climate.

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A lot of sustainable solutions are small-scale. This is bigger. And consumers are getting delicious chicken they can feel really good about.

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Sheridan Budin

Chief Marketing Officer

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At the end of the day, we want to have fun. We’re trying to save the Earth, but have a good time doing it, too.

The force that ties Do Good Chicken together, Sheridan brings life, optimism, and sincerity to the team. Sheridan comes from 20+ years in Brand Management at P&G and Nestlé and even founded a new division of Nestlé in Boulder focused on innovation opportunities in food. But this chicken crossed the road to use her skills to fight food waste in a big way. If anyone knows food trends and processes inside and out, it’s her. Exceptionally skilled at translating key insights into business-building strategies, she thrives when identifying innovative ways to drive brand growth. Bringing heart and soul to the team, she’s also one of the friendliest fowls you’ll ever meet.

The force that ties Do Good Chicken together, Sheridan brings life, optimism, and sincerity to the team. Sheridan comes from 20+ years in Brand Management at P&G and Nestlé and even founded a new division of Nestlé in Boulder focused on innovation opportunities in food. But this chicken crossed the road to use her skills to fight food waste in a big way. If anyone knows food trends and processes inside and out, it’s her. Exceptionally skilled at translating key insights into business-building strategies, she thrives when identifying innovative ways to drive brand growth. Bringing heart and soul to the team, she’s also one of the friendliest fowls you’ll ever meet.

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At the end of the day, we want to have fun. We’re trying to save the earth, but have a good time doing it, too.

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Utilizing 100% of all food to feed people, animals, and to rebuild our soil is an essential step needed to fight climate change. It’s an honor to be a part of a first-of-its-kind solution that upcycles surplus food at scale.

Thomas brings entrepreneurial knowledge, passion for sustainability, and a remarkable resume to his role in the Do Good leadership team’s pecking order. Whether he was working to promote the value of upcycling food at retail and foodservice facilities or running business programs in Rome, Thomas has an impressive track record when it comes to using food as a force for good in fighting climate change. Thomas is instrumental in developing and implementing strategic sales initiatives, spearheaded energy-efficient initiatives and is focused on reducing the amount of food to landfill to zero. As part of the team of Do Good climate warriors, Thomas takes on challenges because he believes you have to join the fight to do what’s right!

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Thomas McQuillan

Chief Sales Officer

Thomas brings entrepreneurial knowledge, passion for sustainability and a remarkable resume to his role in the Do Good leadership team’s pecking order. Whether he was working to promote the value of upcycling food at retail and foodservice facilities or running business programs in Rome, Thomas has an impressive track record when it comes to using food as a force for good in fighting climate change. Thomas is instrumental in developing and implementing strategic sales initiatives, spearheaded energy-efficient initiatives and is focused on reducing the amount of food to landfill to zero. As part of the team of Do Good climate warriors, Thomas takes on challenges because he believes you have to join the fight to do what’s right!

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Utilizing 100% of all food to feed people, animals and to rebuild our soil is an essential step needed to fight climate change. It’s an honor to be a part of a first-of-its-kind solution that upcycles surplus food at scale.

Catherine Greener

Catherine Greener

Chief Sustainability Officer

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There’s no guidebook to sustainability. But we know the future we want to create, and we’re making a plan to get there.

Her colleagues describe her as tough, and they mean it. Catherine is the real deal — she’s been a sustainability warrior since before it was cool — not afraid of the sky falling. From startups to Fortune 500 companies, Catherine isn’t afraid to bring out the facts (like in this article for the Colorado Sun) and call out a company for their greenwashing. Every day, she combines her sustainability knowledge with her quality management experience, lean manufacturing expertise, and acute problem-solving skills — making her exceptional at uncovering process waste and reminding us not to put all our green eggs in one basket.

Her colleagues describe her as tough, and they mean it. Catherine is the real deal — she’s been a sustainability warrior since before it was cool — not afraid of the sky falling. From startups to Fortune 500 companies, Catherine isn’t afraid to bring out the facts and call out a company for their greenwashing. Every day, she combines her sustainability knowledge with her quality management experience, lean manufacturing expertise, and acute problem-solving skills — making her exceptional at uncovering process waste and reminding us not to put all our green eggs in one basket.

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There’s no guidebook to sustainability. But we know the future we want to create, and we’re making a plan to get there.