32 episodes

At The Table is a podcast that shares stories from the front lines of a more sustainable, accessible, inclusive food system.

At The Table Podcast Jessie Johnson

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At The Table is a podcast that shares stories from the front lines of a more sustainable, accessible, inclusive food system.

    Building a Locally-Sourced, Seasonally-Driven Catering Company with Wil Hansen

    Building a Locally-Sourced, Seasonally-Driven Catering Company with Wil Hansen

    Wil Hansen is the co-founder and chef at White Pepper, an award-winning catering company in Portland, Oregon. With a commitment to locally-sourced, seasonally-driven ingredients, White Pepper is reimagining what it means to be a successful caterer by focusing not just on restaurant-quality food, but on the people behind it.
    SHOWNOTES: atthetablepodcast.com/30
    SPONSOR: Australis Barramundi is a seafood company that's leading the way in sustainable aquaculture. Learn more at thebetterfish.com!

    • 32 min
    29: Doing Well by Doing Good with Joel Solomon

    29: Doing Well by Doing Good with Joel Solomon

    As a founding partner at Renewal Funds, a $98 milion mission-driven venture capital firm, Joel Solomon has invested in more than 100 early growth-stage companies. His work is proof that business and the environment can do more than just coexist: they can help each other thrive. 
    SHOWNOTES: atthetablepodcast.com/29
    SPONSOR: Feast Portland is a food and drink festival in Portland, Oregon that celebrates the incredible food, wine, beer, and chefs of the Pacific Northwest while raising money to help end hunger in Oregon and beyond. Learn more at feastportland.com!

    • 28 min
    28: Feeding the Line While Shortening the Line with Kait Bowdler

    28: Feeding the Line While Shortening the Line with Kait Bowdler

    As the Director of Sustainability at Philabundance, Kait Bowdler helps lead the charge to rescue more than 12.1 million pounds of food each year from Philadelphia-area retail locations. In this interview, we talk to Kait about the pioneering technology and big ideas that help Philabundance serve more than 90,000 people every week, and the importance of both feeding the line and shortening the line.
    SHOWNOTES: atthetablepodcast.com/28
    SPONSOR: Feast Portland is a food and drink festival in Portland, Oregon that celebrates the incredible food, wine, beer, and chefs of the Pacific Northwest while raising money to help end hunger in Oregon and beyond. Learn more at feastportland.com!

    • 38 min
    27: The Future of Seafood (Recorded LIVE at Seafood Expo North America)

    27: The Future of Seafood (Recorded LIVE at Seafood Expo North America)

    SPECIAL EPISODE! Join us on the floor of Seafood Expo North America as we check in with seven different companies working to build a better, more sustainable seafood industry. We're covering everything from sustainable packaging to mission-driven business to wild seafood to sustainable aquaculture with our group of experts!
    GUESTS:
    Jacqueline Claudia, Founder/CEO of Love The Wild Marianne LaCroix, Executive Director of Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative Kipp Baratoff, Co-Founder of Fishpeople Seafood Andy Wink, Executive Director of Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association Kinsey Justa, Program Coordinator for Copper River + Prince William Sound Marketing Association Clare MacDougal, Head of Trade Marketing for Seafood Scotland Moises del Rio, General Manager of Verlasso Salmon SHOWNOTES: atthetablepodcast.com/27

    • 32 min
    26: Food as a Force for Social Good with Jenny Dorsey

    26: Food as a Force for Social Good with Jenny Dorsey

    "Asian in America" and "Wednesdays" dinner series founder Chef Jenny Dorsey joins us to discuss her journey from finance to fine dining, her food- and story-driven nonprofit Studio ATAO, and the power of food as a force for change - even when it's uncomfortable.
    SHOWNOTES: atthetablepodcast.com/26

    • 32 min
    25: Upcycling Food Byproducts with Claire Schlemme

    25: Upcycling Food Byproducts with Claire Schlemme

    Renewal Mill is a next-generation ingredients company that upcycles byproducts like okara, a pulp that’s created during the soymilk production process. Led by our guest, founder and CEO Claire Schlemme, Renewal Mill is working to transform traditional food production byproducts into delicious, nutritious culinary ingredients that reduce food waste throughout the supply chain.
    SHOWNOTES: atthetablepodcast.com/25

    • 25 min

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