Chef, activist and author of "Take Back the Tray" Joshna Maharaj is changing the way institutions understand the importance of food.
Itinerant cheesemaker and researcher Trevor Warmedahl visits Norway to learn about an ancient rennet-less local cheese called Pultost and the traditional farming systems it belongs to.
Sean Roy Parker is part of a movement seeking new connections between food, consumption and digestion. Here he proposes a new "diet degrowth" discourse.
Agriculture and nutrition expert and facilitator of dialogue processes, Namukolo Covic on the path back to delivering a diverse and healthy plate in African countries.
Scott Alves Barton is a cultural anthropologist of African diasporic food ways. His goal is to provide tools for engagement to allow people to have agency in knowledge acquisition, decision-making and autonomy about their food.
Johanna Mendelson Forman, an expert on international post-conflict transition issues, explains her educational hub Conflict Cuisine and the role of gastrodiplomacy as a tool for peace.
Chef turned food researcher Elizabeth Yorke talks about fostering thought, conversation and learning about the Indian food system through the kitchen.
Devin O’Sullivan, food provocateur & founder of the social enterprise FEAST, is working to improve food education right across Ireland, one classroom at a time.
Five questions on food and education for food geographer, food security expert and government advisor Lenore Newman.