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Feedback – Ranking supermarkets on reducing food waste
2 months ago

Feedback – Ranking supermarkets on reducing food waste

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In this episode of the Food Is Wasted podcast, I’ll be speaking to Christina O’Sullivan from Feedback – a London-based organisation running several campaigns related to food …
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Food for Soul – Promoting social awareness about food waste and hunger
2 years ago

Food for Soul – Promoting social awareness about food waste and hunger

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In this episode I’m speaking to Cristina Reni from Food for Soul – an organisation based in Italy, set up by the chef Massimo Bottura, who runs the …
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Margaret Ritchie MP, of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
2 years ago

Margaret Ritchie MP, of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee

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In this episode I’m speaking to Margaret Ritchie, Member of Parliament for South Down in Northern Ireland, and a member of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.


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SOS NI – Rescuing fresh food and redistributing to those in need
2 years ago

SOS NI – Rescuing fresh food and redistributing to those in need

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In this episode I’m speaking to Pete Loughins from SOS Northern Ireland’s Food Programme, which gathers food and other goods from supermarkets that would otherwise go to waste, …
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ReFood – Hyperlocal food rescue and redistribution
2 years ago

ReFood – Hyperlocal food rescue and redistribution

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In this episode I am speaking to Hunter Halder, founder of the ReFood movement in Portugal. Hunter is originally from the US, but has lived in Lisbon for many years.

In the 5 years that ReFood has existed, it has gone from 1 volunteer to 4,000, and serving 2,500 people 46,000 meals in a month.
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Disco Soup – fighting food waste while having fun
3 years ago

Disco Soup – fighting food waste while having fun

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Raising awareness about an issue such as food waste can be a challenge – much like any other campaign calling on people to change their habits in order to address a social injustice or environment issue. But how do you get people to care about food needlessly going to waste – essentially about rotting fruit and veg?! And once people do become aware, you are faced with another, greater challenge – how do you get them to use that awareness and take action?
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