30 episodes

A travelling podcast about activism and sustainability in the food world. This on-the-road series will feature many incredible people who are changing the food world in Europe today! From sustainable farmers to zero-waste chefs, urban beekeepers to foodies with tech start-ups... Jana and Silvia will learn about the work they're doing, join their teams for a few days and share their stories with you.

// Instagram @travellingfoodcast
// Intro music by Amy Hill - www.amyhillmusic.com

The Travelling Foodcast The Travelling Foodcast

    • Food
    • 5.0, 7 Ratings

A travelling podcast about activism and sustainability in the food world. This on-the-road series will feature many incredible people who are changing the food world in Europe today! From sustainable farmers to zero-waste chefs, urban beekeepers to foodies with tech start-ups... Jana and Silvia will learn about the work they're doing, join their teams for a few days and share their stories with you.

// Instagram @travellingfoodcast
// Intro music by Amy Hill - www.amyhillmusic.com

    A Day at Refettorio Felix.

    A Day at Refettorio Felix.

    For our last episode we spent a month talking to people at Refettorio Felix in London. Homeless guests, michelin-star chefs, social workers and organisiers. All part of the community at St Cuthbert’s Centre - a place of community and excellent cooking.

    • 31 min
    Luminary Bakery: Empowering Women

    Luminary Bakery: Empowering Women

    Luminary Bakery works with women who have been in the prison system, who have experienced domestic violence, homelessness, sexual exploitation or crime. In this week's episode, Rachel, the head baker and trainer, and Essy, the café manager, tell us about their training academy that takes the women on ‘a journey to employment’.

    • 33 min
    Food For Soul in Paris

    Food For Soul in Paris

    The setting for the French Refettorio is quite unique: the crypt of the famous E’glise de la Madeleine. Long, narrow rooms with low ceilings. Artists, architects and designers have turned these dark, Roman corridors into the welcoming community space that it is today -

    • 20 min
    De Ceuvel: Brownfield Site Turned Sustainable Utopia

    De Ceuvel: Brownfield Site Turned Sustainable Utopia

    What does the city of the future look like? Five years ago, a group of architects set out to turn a deserted, polluted brownfield site in Amsterdam Noord, into the sustainable experiment that is De Ceuvel. A place constructed completely from upcycled materials. Old houseboats are put on land to become office spaces; buoyes become the foundation for a café.

    • 21 min
    BUGZZ: Insecuisine & Why Crickets > Cows

    BUGZZ: Insecuisine & Why Crickets > Cows

    Mealworms. Grasshoppers. Crickets. Buffalo worms… not what most people think of as food. BUT, insects are some of the most sustainable sources of animal protein. Patrick, who’s got a background in economics, co-founded Buggz because he simply couldn’t ignore the numbers: it takes 2000L to make 1kg of beef - it takes 1L to make 1kg of crickets. It takes 10 kg of feed to make 1kg of beef - it takes 1.7kg to make 1kg. Producing 100g of beef steak releases 750g of greenhouse gases. 100 times more than the amount released when producing the same weight of crickets.

    • 28 min
    Tunco: A Meal For A Meal

    Tunco: A Meal For A Meal

    Sometimes travelling can be a turning point. Inspiration can strike when you least expect it. For André, his friend and his brother, this moment happened during a surf trip to El Tunco, Salvador. Every day they ate this amazing stir fry from a small shack by the beach. What if they could make this type of food back home in Oslo? And, what if they could serve it in a new type of restaurant, where for every meal you eat, you donate a meal?

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Sophie Graham ,

A great, easy listen on sustainable food

Having never been particularly good on sustainable food, (and feeling guilty for it!) thought I'd give this new podcast a try. It's SO great, the hosts have great chemistry and it's a really enjoyable, easy listen. Love the concept too, especially that each week features an interview with a completely different kind of business/person. They also both have very soothing voices, which is always a plus.

s11114 ,

Fantastic!

Riveting. Absolutely insightful views from two intelligent and articulate ladies. Would recommend to friends and family. This is a must listen!

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