Justin co-founded Do Good Foods with his brother Matthew to combat climate change by fighting food waste. They built a first of its kind $170M production facility upcycling 160 tons of surplus grocery food daily and launched Do Good, the first ever USDA third-party verified scope three carbon reduced retail chicken brand. Prior to Do Good, Justin’s first company built, owned, and operated over $400M of net-metered solar projects in the north east United States. The Kamine brothers’ company builds on the family’s 40-year heritage of solving macro environmental problems through building large infrastructure solutions. To date, they have built over $4B of national infrastructure.
Do Good Foods is an example of how Justin combines his passion for the planet with good business sense to build sustainable, scalable systems that can drive meaningful change. Do Good Foods was ranked by Fast Company amongst the Top 50 Most Innovative in the World; Kamine was also named one of Forbes 30 Under 30 for Food and ranked as one of the 50 Most Impactful Entrepreneurs in the U.S. He has also received the Clean Tech Equity Award presented by the Prince of Monaco.
Justin is also the first investor and board advisor to Loliware, a seaweed based bio-plastic company revolutionising single-use plastics with 100% bio-degradable and compostable seaweed replacements; he is a co-founder of Mend, a food-as-medicine platform scaling rapidly across the world to bring high-quality solutions to the medical field; and he is a board member of Earth Day, the largest civic movement around bettering the planet.