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Abe's Eats founder Mohammad Modarres joins other social entrepreneurs in Chicago to be recognized by Bill Clinton for their commitments to action. 

With more than 1,500,000 views, Abe's Eats founder Mohammad Modarres' TED Talk highlights the complexities of today's food industry.

In Mohammad's first TED Talk, he highlights the story of what ultimately becomes Abe's Eats.

Abe's Picks dive deep into answering the questions our consumers have commonly asked about our products

Baruch College | Abe's Eats founder speaks about social entrepreneurship to university students | April 2020


Cal - Berkeley | Abe's Eats founder speaks on social impact to university students | March 2020


Seeds of Peace | Abe's Eats is awarded the Gather Fellowship | February 2020


Rice University | Abe's Eats founder speaks at the intersection of activism and entrepreneurship | Feb 2020

Thrillist | The 10 Best Halal Restaurants In America | December 2019 | Abe's Eats Founder Mohammad Modarres' second TED Talk gains more than 1,000,000 views | December 2019  

Kickstarter | Abe's Eats Has a 137% Successfully Funded Kickstarter Campaign | October 2019


NPR | How I Built This Fellowship | September 2019 

Johns Hopkins Magazine | Mohammad Modarres Is Building A Bigger Community Table |  September 2019


Meat & Poultry Magazine | Building A Bridge | August 2019


CauseArtist | Clinton Global Initiative University Is Building A Global Community of Social Entrepreneurs | July 2019 


Bloomberg Philanthropies | Annual Report 2019 | Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Scholar Mohammad Modarres | June 2019

Heritage Radio Network | Abe's Eats Founder Appointed into the Heritage Radio Network Hall of Fame | June 2019


Religious News | Entrepreneur Markets Interfaith Meats To Combat Surge In Religious Hate Crimes | May 2019

TED | Abe's Eats Founder Gives His Second Official TED Talk  | May 2019


Food Without Borders (Podcast) | Interfaith Meat | April 2019

Interfaith Center of NY Faith Matters (Podcast) | Creating Community At The Table With Rabbi Potasnik | March 2019

Eat Offbeat | Party Like it’s 1398 – Nowruz in New York by Mohammad Modarres | March 2019 


Foodable | Video Interview with Paul Barron | March 2019  

Republic | Abe's Eats co-founder & CFO Brian Lai awarded Republic Academy Bootcamp | February 2019


Why Food? | Mohammad Modarres: From Biotech to Interfaith Meat | February 2019


Food Business News | Three Big Ideas In Food From the Fancy Food Show | January 2019 


Winter Fancy Food Show | Disrupt or Be Disrupted Panel Presentation | January 2019


Abe's | Abe's Meats Hosts Its First "Yalla, Yalla!" Food History Bus Tour Across New York | January 2019


Specialty Foods Magazine | Abe's Meats Founder Joins the Disrupt or Be Disrupted Panel 2019 | January 2019 


Slow Money NYC | Abe's Meats | December 2018


TiE NYC | Abe's Meats Awarded $3,500 Google Cloud Credits For Top 7 Finish | November 2018


Clinton Global Initiative University | Abe's Meats Spotlighted by Bill Clinton | October 2018


Specialty Foods Magazine | 12 Under 35 Breakout Talent to Watch | September 2018


Social Enterprise Alliance | Interfaith Work | August 2018


Food Lab | Abe's Meats Joins Panel of Industry Experts | August 2018


IFC | Abe's Meats Founder Speaks at Natalie Portman's Eating Animals Premiere | June 2018


Restaurant Magazine | "Can Meat Be Halal And Kosher?" | July 2018


Abe's | Abe's Meats Founder Mohammad Modarres Delivers Official TED Talk | June 2018


Abe's | Abe's Meats Team Hosts #WorldRefugeeWeek Shabbat Salaam Event | June 2018

J Weekly | ‘Food diplomacy’: At this Muslim-Jewish gathering, everything is on the table | April 2018


Abe's | Abe's Meats Team Hosts A Shabbat Salaam Showtunes Event | April 2018


TED | Mohammad Modarres Accepted Into TED Residency for Abe's "Interfaith Meat" Idea | March 2018


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