Our food system isn't broken, it was designed this way. And if it was designed this way, then it’s time for a redesign. That’s why we created this podcast. We believe in dialogue, collaboration, and creative inquiry, and talking to the people who are building the food systems we’ll need in the future ... right now. Let's dig in. For more info, visit www.ideo.com/food
Ep8: An Equitable Food System
We’re digging into the decades of intentional policies that have created today’s inequitable food system. Plus, why language matters when talking about the challenges we face, and how agency is key to creating new food systems that work for BIPOC.
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Ep7: Tipping the Tables
From the industry’s painful beginnings when enslaved people worked for no wages—just tips—to the inappropriate behavior and abuses of power, come with us as we explore the history and legacy of the restaurant industry. We then visit one restaurant designing an entirely new, equitable model from scratch.
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Ep6: Hint Hint, Nudge Nudge
We’re talking about the psychology of decision-making, drinking “Al Gore’s Kool-aid” and “moo-ving away from beef and cheese.” We’re looking at how to help people make subtle shifts toward more climate friendly choices—sometimes without even realizing it.
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Ep5: Second Kelpings
We’re diving headfirst into the future of eating the sea to explore one of the coolest and most climate-enriching food trends you might have never tasted: kelp.
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Ep4: [Food] Waste Not Want Not
Invasive sushi, bread beer, cardboard cocktails—oh my. We’re traveling from Connecticut to the UK, into the ocean and out of the trashcan to find more foods that are available for the taking, but often overlooked by our rigid food systems and tastes.
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Ep3: Old Ag, New Crops
We’re talking Rusty Butz, Kernza bread, and peas in your mac n’ cheese. This episode is an exploration of Indigenous farming practices, ancient grains, and how regenerative farming might just show up on your plate or in your grocery cart.