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|Born||November 12, 1973
Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada
|Known for||31 Day Food Revolution, 2019|
|Title||Co-founder, CEO of Food Revolution Network, Inc.|
Ocean Robbins (born November 12, 1973)
An American entrepreneur, professor and author. He is best known for co-founding Food Revolution Network, Inc. a California-based company that advocates for a whole foods, plant-based diet.
Robbins was born to John Robbins, author of Diet for a New America. He is the grandson of Baskin-Robbins cofounder Irvine Robbins. Robbins spent much of his early life advocating for environmental change. At the age of 15, he co-founded the Creating our Future speaking tour aimed at empowering students for environmental change and also presented at the United Nations. In 1990, Robbins founded the non-profit Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES!) to continue his mission of advocating for sustainability and social justice. He directed the organization until 2010. In 2012, Robbins co-founded Food Revolution Network in conjunction with his father. Robbins has also served as adjunct professor in the Peace Studies department at Chapman University.
His book 31-Day Food Revolution debuted as a best seller on WSJ and USA Today.
Ocean and his wife Michele are raising twin special needs boys.
- Robbins, Ocean (2019). 31-Day Food Revolution: Heal Your Body, Feel Great, and Transform Your World. Grand Central Publishing. ISBN 978-1538746257.
- Robbins, Ocean (2013). Voices of the Food Revolution: You Can Heal Your Body and Your World with Food. Conari Press. ISBN 978-1573246248.
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- ^ “Best-Selling Books Week Ended Feb. 9”. Wall Street Journal. February 15, 2019. ISSN 0099-9660. Retrieved April 5, 2019.
- ^ “31-Day Food Revolution”. USA TODAY. Retrieved April 5, 2019.[dead link]
- ^ Service, Tribune News. “Publishers Weekly best-sellers for the week ended Feb. 9”. Virginian-Pilot. Retrieved April 5, 2019.
- ^ Robbins, Ocean (2011). “Our Twins Have Autism, And We’re Participating in a Miracle”.