Geneva, May 24th
Counting down to EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum in Jakarta
This week, the global health community is gathered in Geneva for the World Health Assembly. Indonesian Minister of Health, Prof Nila Moeloek and EAT-president, Gunhild A. Stordalen, proudly invited stakeholders and journalists for the official launch of the first EAT Asia-Pacific Food Forum.
UN Environment leader Erik Solheim joins the EAT Advisory Board
OSLO, May 19th 2017 – The top UN environmental diplomat will add extensive international policy experience to the EAT Foundation (EAT) and its work to enable a transformation of the global food system.
Greg Drescher of The Culinary Institute of America (CIA)
The latest culinary disruption: sustainable dining
From trendy New York restaurants Nix, Dirt Candy and abcV to emerging U.S. chains such as sweetgreen, Tender Greens, and True Foods Market, chefs and food businesses are proving that plant-forward - and vegetarian and vegan - flavors can sell, and not just in a niche market. U.S. culinary college executive Greg Drescher talks about how healthy cooking has evolved into the latest culinary disruption: sustainable dining.
Sir Bob Geldof
How to create an activist movement and initiate global change?
Under the tagline Play your part, play it loud, Sir Bob Geldof will take the stage at this year’s EAT Stockholm Food Forum to talk about global activism and what today’s activists can learn from Live Aid. Geldof is a world recognised musician, activist and founder of Band Aid & Live Aid.
2015 regional Local EAT Award winner
5 questions to Oumph
We asked Anders Wallerman, who holds the fantastic title Head of Common Sense, five questions about Food For Progress.
With a vision – to raise the world’s most sustainable fish.
In 2013 Johan Ljungquist and Mikael Olenmark Gårdsfisk started with a vision – to raise the world’s most sustainable fish and allow everyone to eat fish without contributing to overfishing, nutrient enrichment and pollution. In 2015, the won the regional final of Local EAT Award. We caught up with them to see how their business is growing.
Interview with WWF President Yolanda Kakabadse
We can produce more with less
Of all the food produced in the world, nearly one-third will never be eaten. Some is left to rot in fields after harvest, some perishes in transport and processing or in a giant supermarket dumpster, and some will make it to the bottom shelf of your fridge – before being thrown in the trash.
Gunhild Stordalen’s TEDMED talk is online now
Three principles for a healthier planet and a healthier you
In this recently released TEDMED talk, Gunhild Stordalen explores the powerful connections between food, health and climate.
Seeds&Chips – The Global Food Innovation Summit enters Partnership with EAT Foundation
Seeds&Chips and the EAT Foundation have established a strategic partnership to speed up the transition to a sustainable food system that can deliver healthy diets to a growing global population.
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