Apron combines years of food communication experience and deep digital expertise to deliver PR
and marketing programs that generate media interest and catalyze social awareness. The Apron team works pasture to plate,
serving agriculture and raw goods clients, consumer packaged goods companies, grocers and large-scale restaurants.
Apron’s roots are in Austin, Texas, one of the nation’s most innovative cities. We’re also
connected to best-in-class food marketing and PR partners in New York and Los Angeles.
The passing of H.R. 1599, the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015, mandates the labeling of any food containing genetically modified materials. As written, the legislation requires food packages to indicate the presence of GMOs through a QR code, symbol or plain text.
Millennials love their pets. A lot. A recent market research study from Zulily found millennials – defined by Pew as anyone born between 1981 and 1996 – are not only more likely to own pets (over a third of all pets in the US are owned by millennials), but they’re also more devoted to them.
Apron Food PR is pleased to announce its Board of Advisors, comprised of nationally-recognized food industry communications leaders. The board features professionals with deep understanding of public policy and public communication in the nutrition, food and agriculture space.