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As the CLEAN FOOD expert, advocate and speaker, Laura's mission is to educate and empower individuals and companies to become their own clean food advocates through fun, informative and practical programs.

Laura Martella is known for speaking at events such as the Professional Women's Conference with the renowned Deborah Roberts (ABC News) and Christine McCarthy (CFO Walt Disneyat Terry College of Business/University of Georgia. 


“Nutrition: The Missing Piece of the Corporate Wellness Puzzle”

It is well documented that employee well-being leads to higher creativity and productivity.


A study by Brigham Young University shows that people with unhealthy eating habits are 66% more likely to demonstrate poor productivity at work. Any company's success depends heavily on its employees' productivity and performance.


A Center for Disease Control and Prevention study shows that 75% of corporate healthcare expenses are mostly diet-related chronic diseases. 




As each business is unique, I customize my Corporate Program to fit each company's needs, concerns and goals.  They can include some or all of the following:

  • Present speaking event(s) to address the employees to educate and empower them on CLEAN EATING.

  • Review and evaluate the current corporate kitchen. I focus on ingredients as they are the core of CLEAN EATING. 

  • Work with the corporate chef on CLEAN EATING menu planning.

  • Make recommendations on cleaning out the kitchen, snack bars and coffee bars to make room for clean eating items and provide employees with viable options for delicious and nutritious foods.

  • Advise employees on how to navigate ordering clean food delivery. 

  • Work with local restaurants and delivery services to make clean food suggestions. 

  • Help implement travel and dining strategies with employees.

  • Present clean food tastings on corporate campus in collaboration with approved brands.

  • Curate a list of CLEAN EATING brands that are preservative and chemical-free.


  •  Nutritious foods can improve concentration and cognitive function, boosting an employee’s workplace performance. 

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) found that optimal nourishment can raise national productivity by 20%. Healthy employees are happier, calmer, more engaged, sleep better and get sick less often. 

  • Healthy foods provide employees with vitamins their brains need to function properly, creating happier and more productive employees.

  • Lower healthcare costs

  • Reduce workplace injuries

  • Reduced worker's compensation and disability-related costs


When employees recognize that their employer cares about their health and well-being, they are:

  • 38% more engaged

  • 28% more likely to recommend their workplace

  • 18% more likely to go the extra mile for the organization

  • 17% more likely to be working there in one year

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