In this latest conversation we are delighted to be able to chat with Professor Susan Jebb, chair of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Professor of Diet and Population Health at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.
In this first episode, we discuss how the current climate creates the opportunities to push for new and more effective policies, for caterers, suppliers, children and young people, to ensure the viability of school catering, integrate sustainable practices and support the levelling up agenda.
We discuss the in vogue subject of regenerative farming. But what does regenerative farming actually mean? Is it another buzz-phrase in the sustainability landscape? Or is it a concept that we should all be informed and knowledgeable about?
In this latest conversation we chat with National Food Strategy lead, Henry Dimbleby. Hear his thoughts on the UK food system, food security and food in general.
In this fifth Quorn podcast in association with Footprint, we'll be discussing how to forge a path to meat free and maximise sales in a growing market.
In this third Quorn podcast in association with Footprint, we'll be discussing dietary habits and how the food service sector can both adapt to changing consumer tastes but also help drive healthier more sustainable choices.
In this latest conversation we chat with Thomasina Miers. Cook, writer, TV and radio presenter, winner of MasterChef and mother of three.
For the latest conversation of this series of podcasts we were delighted to be joined by Ben Elliot, DEFRA's Food Surplus and Waste Champion.
For the first of this series of podcasts we were delighted to be joined by Barbara Bray MBE, nutrition and food safety expert, TEDx speaker and director of the Oxford Farming Conference.