19 episodes

Australian Pork Ltd is proud to deliver a curation of conversations on the future of food. This podcast will feature some incredible people across the entire food industry, and explore their perspectives on the innovations that will challenge the world of food as we know it.

Next on the Menu Australian Pork Ltd

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Australian Pork Ltd is proud to deliver a curation of conversations on the future of food. This podcast will feature some incredible people across the entire food industry, and explore their perspectives on the innovations that will challenge the world of food as we know it.

    Discovering emerging start-ups & collaboration feat. Anne Greven

    Discovering emerging start-ups & collaboration feat. Anne Greven

    The Global Head of Food and Agribusiness Startup Innovation at Rabobank, Anne Greven shares some of the best and brightest startups and entrepreneurs from around the world that are bringing innovative and actionable ideas to many global Food & Ag companies. Anne also reviews the innovation lessons she’s learned in the last 12 months or so; and discusses her thoughts on future market opportunities and challenges in the food and ag space. 

    Anne has spent over 15 years at Rabobank, but has always had a focus on the food, beverage and agriculture side of things, including with her private equity clients in her prior role at the bank. Given her focus, Anne also leads FoodBytes! - Rabobank’s food and agriculture innovation platform, which drives collaboration between startups, corporate leaders and investors to develop solutions to food system challenges. Under Anne’s leadership, the platform has become a key driver for many of the bank’s sustainability goals and strategies. 

    • 30 min
    Biosecurity innovation feat. Adrian Turner

    Biosecurity innovation feat. Adrian Turner

    Adrian Turner lives and breathes innovation and of late, he's turned his attention to the world of pork. Adrian co-founded a business called Exoflare, which is a data-driven biosecurity risk management system for pork farms. APL has been collaborating deeply with Exoflare and in this ep. Adrian shares the latest with our hosts, Billy and Mitch. 

    Adrian spent 18 years in Silicon Valley building some incredible businesses before returning to Australia in 2015. Most recently, Adrian has been appointed Deputy Chair of Prezzee and is leading the Minderoo Foundation’s Fire and Flood Resilience Initiative. Prior to this Adrian was the founding CEO at CSIRO’s Data 61, the team that led the development of the national AI roadmap, the standards advisory work for consumer data rights and open banking, and the ICT stream for the national genomics mission. He was also founding co-Chair of Austcyber, the national program to create a new and vibrant cybersecurity industry in Australia. Author of the eBook, BlueSky Mining, Adrian is regarded as a thought leader on Australia’s industries of the future.

    • 40 min
    What's crackling this Christmas? feat. Brodee Myers-Cooke

    What's crackling this Christmas? feat. Brodee Myers-Cooke

    Brodee Myers-Cooke simply has us hanging off her every delicious, tasty word in this episode. As Editor and Chief at taste.com.au, Brodee served us up the latest trends, meal ideas and top picks just in time for Christmas. Brodee knows everything there is to know about what makes Australians come back for seconds and she’s extremely generous with offering up her perspective and insight. From air fryer pork crackling to the ‘new kale’ to what keeps shoppers up at night, this episode covers it all.

    Brodee is the Editor and Chief of taste.com.au and bestrecipes.com.au - Australia’s most successful brands. Brodee has successfully launched several sub-brands, including taste.com.au's health platform.  Brodee has received numerous accolades such as Brand of the Year in 2019 for taste.com and Journalist / Producer of the Year in  2016 at the B&T Women in Media Awards.

    • 27 min
    Beyond the bricks & mortar feat. Professor David Hughes

    Beyond the bricks & mortar feat. Professor David Hughes

    Professor David Hughes aka. Dr Food, is well established as being completely in the know when it comes to global trends in food, meat and the retail sector. Couple that with his enthusiasm and passion, this conversation is incredibly entertaining, thought-provoking and sets the scene for what’s coming next in the retail meat category.

    Dr David Hughes is a Professor of Food Marketing at Imperial College London, and the Royal Agricultural University in the UK. David is a renowned speaker who has a constantly evolving and informed view on global food industry developments. He helps organisations understand the commercial implications of change in their industry and how they might respond to combat threats and embrace opportunities. David has lived and worked all over the world and has extensive experience as an international advisory board member with food companies and financial service organizations on three continents. David’s views are frequently sought by media and those within the industry.

    • 34 min
    Innovation in Australian Ag. Feat. Bernie Brookes

    Innovation in Australian Ag. Feat. Bernie Brookes

    Bernie Brookes has had an incredible career and brings a cumulation of experience in retail, agriculture and innovation to his current role as Chair of Agriculture Innovation Australia. In this episode of Next on the Menu, Bernie shares the latest innovative projects he has his eye on, how the Australian pork sector could leverage those projects and his views on how we can add further value within the pork supply chain.

    Bernie Brookes has substantial board and executive experience across retail, agriculture, data and technology companies. He was CEO of MYER for nine years, and held numerous senior roles in buying and marketing for Woolworths before that including leading the charge on the Fresh Food People campaign back in the day. In more recent times, Bernie has served as a non-executive director for the Dairy Industry Association as well as Ingham’s, and is the current Chair of embedded tracing technology company, Dotz.tech. Bernie has received many awards over the years, including Food Week Retail Executive of the Year, National Retail Association Food Industry Executive of the Year, Food Week Buyer of the Year, and the Sir Charles McGrath Award from the Australian Marketing Institute for his significant lifetime contribution to marketing.

    • 36 min
    The universal debate on meat feat. Diana Rodgers, RD

    The universal debate on meat feat. Diana Rodgers, RD

    Diana Rodgers is on a mission to bring balance into the universal debates consumers, media and policy-makers are having about sustainable and healthy food systems.  Which is why Diana has launched the Global Food Justice Alliance (from her HQ in Boston, USA) to advocate for the right of all people to choose nutrient-dense foods such as meat, which are critical for nutritious, environmentally sustainable, and equitable food systems that can sustain both human life and the planet. In this episode, Diana talks specifically about pork and how our Australian pork sector can leverage the work she’s championing across the globe.

    Diana Rodgers, RD, is a “real food” nutritionist and sustainability advocate near Boston, Massachusetts. She’s an author of three books, runs a clinical nutrition practice, started the Sustainable Dish Podcast, and has served as an advisory board of numerous nutrition and agriculture organizations including Animal Welfare Approved, Savory Institute, and Whole30.  She speaks internationally about the intersection of optimal human nutrition and regenerative agriculture. Diana is co-author of, Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat and the director, producer of the companion film, Sacred Cow. Her new initiative, the Global Food Justice Alliance, advocates for a nutritious, sustainable and equitable worldwide food system.

    • 31 min

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