99 episodes

We bring in top performers like Bob Moore of Bob's Red Mill, Legendary Investor Jim Rogers (Skip the MBA and Start a Farm), and founders of emerging food startups in a weekly show designed to educate and entertain.

Exclusive tips and insights to help you build a meaningful and profitable food business.

The Food Startups Podcast Hema Reddy

    • Business
    • 4.8, 32 Ratings

We bring in top performers like Bob Moore of Bob's Red Mill, Legendary Investor Jim Rogers (Skip the MBA and Start a Farm), and founders of emerging food startups in a weekly show designed to educate and entertain.

Exclusive tips and insights to help you build a meaningful and profitable food business.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Hotcinnamon ,

Great podcast

As a budding Food Entreprenuer I find this very helpful indeed. Could you make a podcast to discuss the economics involved in the different channels. Granted it’s different for everyone but general ideas will do. Also if you can have beverage consultant or broker on to help us navigate these industries that would be great.

Testu2 ,

Always Inspired!

As a farmer and the founder of a new food start, THE ROGUE TRADERS, whenever I need a little boost of inspiration or a light at the end of the tunnel I listen to this podcast. There are so many helpful tips in every episode, I've started from number one and I'm working my way through so I can listen to all of them. It's an invaluable resource for food start-ups, don't leave home without it!
Thank you Matt for my daily dose of inspiration, it keeps me moving forward.

Cheers,
Wendy
The Rogue Traders

Soren6478 ,

I want to like it, but the production is terrible

This podcast covers interesting, relevant topics with some great guests, but I have a hard time getting past the production and the host's style. First off, turn off your Skype notifications! Most of the interviews have that little Skype pop-up sound occurring throughout them - distracting and just lazy to not notice and fix after so many episodes! Second, the host just seems awkward and rushed, even after dozens and dozens of episodes. He rushes guests' answers, often interrupts them to get back to his schedule / agenda / whatever, and really gives me the impression he isn't really listening to his guests. It's a shame, because I am sure he means well and is passionate about the subject, I just wish he'd polish things up a bit.

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