Nate Mook talks restaurants serving meals to people in need during COVID-19.
On “Food Talk”, Dani talks with chefs Amy Sins and Erik Bruner-Yang. They discuss their unique business models and inspiration, as well as their efforts to provide food and community relief efforts during coronavirus.
The economic recession caused by COVID-19 has severe consequences, particularly for import-dependent countries. But, minimizing outright hunger in ways that avoid food insecurity and malnutrition will reduce the long-term scars.
On Food Talk Live, Dani speaks with nutritionist Maureen Muketha, the founder of Tule Vyema. In the city of Kiserian, Kenya, Tule Vyema teaches young women how to cultivate indigenous crops that can help them eat more nutritiously and be more food secure.
Food waste research organization ReFED is granting US$1 million during the month of May to save 10 million pounds of food—enough for 8.3 million meals. Their goal is to grant US$10 million total throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to create longer-lasting change.
School nutrition staff in the U.S. are distributing meals to students and adults in need during the pandemic, but many lack the protective equipment they need to stay safe.
Kristen Suokko talks about how Local Food Hub is keeping small, farms in Virginia connected to local consumers during COVID-19
Each weekday during the COVID-19 pandemic, farmers, chefs, and other experts have joined Danielle Nierenberg on Food Talk Live to discuss the most pressing issues in the food system. These 10 conversations outline a hopeful and inspiring way forward for global food and agriculture.
Sean Pessarra, of Heifer Ranch, and Ben Lilliston, of the Institute of Agriculture and Trade Policy, talk with Dani about the impact of coronavirus on sustainable farming and the policy implications of the current government relief bills. You can listen…