Messaging For Good
Season 3, Ep. 4
Ever wondered if advertisinghealthyfood to kids on TV could change the way they snack? In the final episode in the series, Gilly Smith is joined by Abbie ParkesHolden and Charlie Thurloe, two of the young people helping the Food Foundation to find fresh new ideas to change the food system, look atsome extraordinary examples ofpositive messaging that couldreduce obesity.
Unravelling The Food Chain
Season 3, Ep. 3
This week Gilly Smith is joined by Subhan Shan, one of 426 young people who the Food Foundation consulted to find fresh new policy ideas for the National Food Strategy. They explore the ways in which we have to count the carbon footprint of our current food system and how we begin to start looking for solutions. And... they find the answer!
The Rise of the Food Club
Season 3, Ep. 2
In a special collaboration with thedelicious.podcast fordelicious.magazine, Gilly Smith introduces us to a group of young people, some of whom have experiencedfirst-hand foodpoverty,to explorehow to makethefoodsystem fairer. All four episodes of the delicious. podcast have been produced in partnership with theFoodFoundationand the Right2Foodpodcast.
Season 3, Ep. 1
In a special collaboration with the delicious. podcast for delicious. magazine, Gilly Smith introduces us to a group of young people, some of whom have experiencedfirst-hand foodpoverty,to explorehow to makethefoodsystem fairer. All four episodes of the delicious. podcast have been produced in partnership with theFoodFoundationand the Right2Foodpodcast.In this episode, listen to Dame Emma Thompson, Marcus Rashford and a host of young ambassadors discussing the issues of food poverty, and the ways in which people, no matter their status, can make their voice be heard.
Rice, peas and plantain
Season 2, Ep. 3
When refugees and migrants were plunged into food insecurity at the start of the pandemic, losing zero hour contracts and part time jobs, Brighton’s Minority Ethnic Community Partnership (BMECP) became much more than a food bank with its culturally appropriate foods and friendship.
Ital: Rasta food and friendship for Lambeth's poorest families
Season 2, Ep. 2
Sister Marcia and Sister Stella of the Rastafari Movement UK are proud to be able to use their Rasta creed to feed the most vulnerable in their community in South London. By gathering surplus organic fruit and veg from their members’ allotments, they deliver ital, the rasta word for nutrition, to those who can barely afford to feed their families throughout the pandemic.
Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet
Season 2, Ep. 1
Sixty nine-year-old food campaigner, Sharon Goodyer shows us how her private members' food club in Margate could radically change the food system and enable the poorest to afford to cook and eat healthy, delicious food every day of the week.
Bristol Food Club
Season 1, Ep. 4
This week the Food Foundation's food ambassadors Dev and Asha report from Bristol on the weekly food club which brings early years education and foodsurplustogether to provide local families with quality food boxes and a community that cares about what we eat.