Chef & entrepreneur Selassie Atadika works to inspire healthy and sustainable consumption patterns in Africa. Photo: Linus Sundahl-Djerf

From the sidelines at EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019, we meet up with innovative chefs, inspiring leaders, young entrepreneurs and brilliant scientists to map out the great progress that people around the world are making.

The science is clear; our food system is broken and these are the people fixing it.

Podcast producer Malene Emilie Rustad and CEO Dr. Sandro Demaio recording the Faces of Food podcast during EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019. Photo: Linus Sundahl-Djerf

Find out how insects are replacing palm oil in Indonesia, how farming became agri-cool in Trinidad and Tobago, how a creative mind changed food waste policy in Australia and how chefs are transforming society through gastronomy.

We get a peek into the daily lives, emotional truths and passionate energy that these people bring every day to push forward action on food, health and climate.

Find the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Castbox, Overcast or your preferred platform.

Psychologist & economist Per Espen Stoknes specializes in long-term thinking and has smuggled in radical, environmental perspectives into hardcore financial companies. Tune in to find out how we can make the people in power see the immense benefits of a healthy and sustainable food system. Photo: Linus Sundahl-Djerf


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