The Faces of Food Podcast
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.
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.
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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.
The podcast is available on Apple, Spotify, Castbox, Overcast or your preferred platform.
AgriMan: The Superhero on a Mission to Fix Food
Farmer Alpha Sennon is turning agriculture into agri-coolture.
The Australian Food Fighter
Ronni Kahn is tackling the global issue of food waste.
Redesigning Our Tomorrow With Food
Professor Corinna Hawkes is on a mission to find the best solutions for diets, everywhere.
South Africa's Culinary Princess
Chef Lorna Maseko works to inspire young women in South Africa.
Behavioral Food Change
Per Espen Stoknes is creating a new path to climate action.
Changing Eating Habits in China
Jen Leung works to empower citizens to make more climate-friendly choices.
Accessing Healthy Food Environments
Jeff Risom is building cities for people.
Time for a New Food Definition
Howard-Yana Shapiro is on a mission to create a resilient food system.
The New African Cuisine
Selassie Atadika is on a mission to save Africa's culinary heritage.
How Can We Start Replacing Palm Oil in Indonesia?
Mush'ab Nursantio is on a mission to feed a growing world.
Matching Farmers in Myanmar
Loh Rachel is on a mission to empower rural farmers.
Translating Science into Food Action
Dr. Modi Mwatsama is on a mission to drive science-based action for better food systems.