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Ending Peanut Allergies & Malnutrition w/ Navyn Salem of MeWe
By Rose Smith
April 9, 2020
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"The challenges are endless, but the opportunities are so exciting..."

Navyn founded MeWe in close relation with her non-profit Edesia, which creates fortified nut butters that are helping solve acute malnutrition in children all over the world..

MeWe looks to introduce peanuts to young children in a safe and delicious way which may help avert nut allergies. Proceeds from MeWe go back to supporting Edesia’s community mission.

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