Food to Go returns with more analysis of COP28 and its true impact on the food and beverage industry.
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In this podcast episode, Josh and Grace speak to Joanna Trewern about whether the recent COP28 conference really delivered for the food sector or if it was merely talking shop.
Josh and Grace sit down with Darin Detwiler to understand what the food sector has learned from past food safety scandals and what changes could make for a safer food system.
Josh and Grace take a look back at how 2023 fared for the food and beverage industry with Professor Chris Elliott and assess whether our trend predictions were spot-on or missed the mark.
Josh and Grace take a look at consumer trust in the cannabis food sector and ask why consistency is so hard to achieve in this growing part of the food industry.
Josh and Grace bring you the first ever live episode of Food to Go, in which they discuss sustainability in the food and beverage sector across different markets with four esteemed guests.
Josh and Grace speak to Steven Mandernach about the appointment of James "Jim" Jones as Deputy Commissioner for the Human Foods Program and whether he thinks he is the right man for the job.
In the third and final part of our "Living with food allergies" podcast series, Grace and Josh talk to Tanya Ednan-Laperouse where she gives a powerful testimony regarding the tragic death of her daughter following a fatal allergic reaction and speaks about the important of Natasha's Law.
In part two of our allergens podcast series, Josh and Grace talk to Liljia Polo-Richards about how her business Allergy Companions Ltd supports those living with food hypersensitivity, as well as why she thinks "may contain" warnings are a "cop-out" when it comes to allergen signposting.
In part one of New Food's allergen podcast special, Josh and Grace discuss key takeaways from the "Catering for Allergens" event and talk to Iain Ferris, Liljia Polo-Richards and Lisa Winnall about removing the "fear factor" from the hospitality sector when it comes to allergen safety.
Josh brings back tales from his trip to Nebraska with the US Sustainability Alliance, including insight on carbon emissions in the beef sector and animal welfare.
Are dairy farmers valued properly in our food system? Josh and Grace speak to a farmer from the dairy capital of the US to find out.
The New Food team are back with a bumper episode of Food to Go as they tackle one of the most important yet perhaps overlooked problems in the food and beverage industry: food waste.
Josh and Grace put some food-related questions to Zara Mohammed, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, to celebrate Eid al-Fitr.
Joshua Minchin and Grace Galler speak to the National Sheep Association about the popularity of lamb and to NOMO about its strategy behind innovating chocolate in the free-from and vegan categories.