440 episodes

Food Tank's Danielle Nierenberg chats with the most important folks in the food industry about the most important food news, released every Thursday.

Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg (by Food Tank‪)‬ Food Tank

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Food Tank's Danielle Nierenberg chats with the most important folks in the food industry about the most important food news, released every Thursday.

    435. Barbara Kowalcyk on Avian Flu’s Jump to Cattle and What it Means for Public Health

    435. Barbara Kowalcyk on Avian Flu’s Jump to Cattle and What it Means for Public Health

    On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” Dani speaks to Barbara Kowalcyk, an Associate
    Professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health. They discuss the recent spread of
    avian influenza to cattle, what it means for the safety of beef and dairy products, and the holistic solutions that can help us monitor and and reduce the risk of infectious diseases to protect both animals and public health.
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    • 29 min
    434. Food, Education, and Community Innovation: Bridging Gaps for a Sustainable Future

    434. Food, Education, and Community Innovation: Bridging Gaps for a Sustainable Future

    During a recent event, speakers came together to celebrate food diversity, scientific advances, and community innovation. This week’s episode of “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” features two panels from the program moderated by Dani. First, panelists discuss the power and privilege that shape food and agriculture systems, what we can learn from looking back at traditional foodways, and why communities must be engaged in growing their own food. Then, speakers explore the educational approaches that are nurturing the next generation of food systems leaders, the value of bringing culturally relevant ingredients into the classroom, and how programs can connect food, nutrition, and planetary health. 
    Speakers include Rachel Atcheson, Deputy Director for the New York City Mayor's Office on Food Policy; Sheryll Durrant, Board President of Just Food and the Food and Agriculture Coordinator for the International Rescue Committee; Jessica Harris, an author and journalist, leading expert on foodways of the African Diaspora and Professor Emeritus at Queens College; Tony Hillery, CEO and Founder of Harlem Grown; Michael Kotutwa Johnson, a member of the Hopi Tribe in Northern Arizona, an Indigenous Resilience Specialist at the School of Natural Resources and the Environment and an Associate Faculty at the Indigenous Resilience Center at the University of Arizona; Stephen Ritz, Executive Director of Green Bronx Machine; Karen Washington, a farmer and activist with Rise and Root Farm; and Marion Williams, National Program Director for Wellness in the Schools.
    This event was held in partnership with the Periodic Table of Food Initiative, Food EDU, The Rockefeller Foundation, the American Heart Association, and the Alliance of Bioversity International - CIAT. 
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    • 56 min
    433. Dr. Rajiv Shah on Reenergizing the Fight for Justice and Equity at Scale

    433. Dr. Rajiv Shah on Reenergizing the Fight for Justice and Equity at Scale

    During a recent celebration of food diversity, scientific advances, and community innovation,
    Dani sat down with Dr. Rajiv Shah, President of The Rockefeller Foundation and author of Big
    Bets: How Large-Scale Change Really Happens. They discuss the scaleable ideas that can
    address the most pressing global challenges, the scientific inquiry that can change the world’s
    sense of what is possible, and why it’s realistic to stay an optimist.
    This event was held in partnership with the Periodic Table of Food Initiative, Food EDU, The
    Rockefeller Foundation, the American Heart Association, and the Alliance of Bioversity
    International - CIAT.
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    • 32 min
    432. Fueling Future Generations with Healthier School Meals

    432. Fueling Future Generations with Healthier School Meals

    On this episode of “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” hear a special panel conversation on developing healthier meals for young eaters, featured during a recent Summit hosted by Food Tank, Emory University, and Spelman College. Panelists discuss efforts at the federal level to make school food healthier for students, working at the intersection of physical activity and nutrition, and how schools are integrating gardens into the cafeteria and the classroom. healthy consumption patterns that go beyond the Mediterranean diet, cultivating a generation of compassionate scholars, and why we can’t lose sight of the joy that food brings.
    Speakers include Kelliann Blazek, Special Assistant to the President for Agriculture and Rural Policy; Alastair Pullen, Executive Director of the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School; Will Sellers, Executive Director of Wholesome Wave Georgia; Diane Harris, Senior Health Scientist and Team Lead at the Centers for Disease Control; Lysa Ratliff, CEO of KABOOM!; and moderator Rose Scott, award winning journalist and host of a “Closer Look” on Atlanta's NPR. 
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    • 26 min
    431. Nourishing Communities through Diverse Models of Healthy Eating

    431. Nourishing Communities through Diverse Models of Healthy Eating

    Food Tank, in partnership with Emory University and Spelman College, recently hosted the “Empowering Eaters” Summit in support of the National Strategy on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health. This episode of “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” features a panel from the Summit focused on food as medicine and the approaches that nutrition experts, researchers, and private sector leaders are taking to ensure that all eaters have access to affordable, nutritious, and culturally relevant foods. Panelists discuss healthy consumption patterns that go beyond the Mediterranean diet, cultivating a generation of compassionate scholars, and why we can’t lose sight of the joy that food brings. 
    Speakers include Tamara Melton, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Diversify Dietetics; Tambra Raye Stevenson, Founder and CEO of Women Advancing Nutrition Dietetics and Agriculture (WANDA); Dr. Kimberly Jackson, Director of Food Studies at Spelman College; Karuna Rawal, Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Marketing Officer for Nature’s Fynd; and Steven Jennings, Stakeholder Relations and Brand Lead for Health & Sustainability at Ahold Delhaize USA.
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    • 33 min
    430. Opening a New Area of Science to Benefit Society

    430. Opening a New Area of Science to Benefit Society

    On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg'' Dani moderates a discussion about new research and tools that can help the world adapt to a changing climate, protect agrobiodiversity, and transform our approach to and understanding of food and nutrition. Speakers dive into the architecture of a food system that will help eaters make sustainable choices, the recent work that aims to better understand diets around the globe, and measuring progress from farm to plate. 
    Speakers include Jessica Fanzo, Professor of Climate and Director of the Food for Humanity Initiative at the Columbia Climate School; Anna Herforth, Senior Research Associate at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a member of the Periodic Table of Food Initiative’s Scientific Advisory Committee; Gary Paul Nabhan, a writer, ethnobiologist, Research Social Scientist Emeritus at the University of Arizona, and the Co-Founder of Native Seeds/SEARCH; Andy Jarvis, Director of Future of Food at the Bezos Earth Fund; and Jonathan Lundgren, the Founder and Director of the Ecdysis Foundation.
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    • 44 min

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