Fuel for the journey: Colleen Dyck in her basement kitchen where protein, fibre and Omega 3 are packed into tasty GORP bars.
Popular adventure product has a dual mission — furnish clean energy and get people out into God’s creation
Colleen Dyck got a call one day from a retailer: “Did you just pay three people to come into our store and urge us to sell your bars?”
It’s a business owner’s dream — to have customers help with marketing.
That’s what has happened in the four years since Dyck started manufacturing GORP Clean Energy Bars.
Who would have thought the soy fields of Africa could yield benefits in a seniors’ home across the globe
by Linda Whitmore
At first blush, you might wonder what a Canadian organization of seven long-term care homes could learn from women soy farmers in Ghana that they could apply back home. But learn, they did, and the experiences of a dozen peopleCare staff who visited MEDA's Greater Rural Opportunities for Women (GROW) project in 2014 have been incorporated into its culture and practices.