Dayna is the UK Director of Fair Food Forager – an international organisation aiming to change the way the world eats by helping people make ethical food decisions. They make ...
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This episiode the guest is Giles Gibbons. He is the founder and CEO of Good Business and founder and Director of the Sustainable Restaurant Association.Good Business is a consultancy that ...
Iqbal is a highly successful London restauranteur, with a history of delivering social interventions through his businesses. He set up The Cinnamon Club in 2001, followed by Roast in 2005. ...
Saving enough surplus food each week to make 500,000 meals for vulnerable people - with Lindsay Boswell of FareShare
This week our guest is FareShare CEO, Lindsay Boswell. FareShare are an amazing charity who save thousands of tonnes of food from going to waste ever year and use it ...
This week I sat down with Joe Grossman of Patty & Bun. In a relatively short period of time he has taken Patty & Bun from a pop-up burger stall ...
This is the second part of the conversation with Jamie Crummie. Jamie is the co-founder and director of Too Good To Go – an app that tackles food waste by ...
The guest this episode is Jamie Crummie. He is the co-founder and director of Too Good To Go – an app that tackles food waste by making surplus food from ...
This episod our guest is Alice Gilsenan. She is the co-founder and marketing director of Tiny Leaf – a zero waste restaurant in London serving vegetarian, vegan and organic food. ...
This episode is a bit different... it's the recording of my appearance on another podcast a few weeks ago. I decided to release it on Doing Good Through Food partly ...
Helping to reduce homelessness in Scotland through social catering businesses - with Layla Gassabi and Josh Littlejohn
In this episode our guests are Layla Gassabi & Josh Littlejohn.Layla is co-owner and director of the Maison Bleue Restaurant group, in Edinburgh. Josh co-founded the Social Bite group of ...
How catering can help vulnerable children and young people avoid a life of crime - with Andrez Harriott
Andrez is the founder of The Liminality Group, an organisation dedicated to preventing and reducing offending among children and young people across the United Kingdom. He is also a musician ...
Simon is an award winning chef and social entrepreneur. He began as an apprentice chef at the Academie Culinaire de France, and during his career he worked on 5-star cruise ...
Ben started as a chef, working for Raymond Blanc and cooking on private yachts, before founding the catering company Benugo in 1998. The company started with a single café in ...
Andrew is a 50 year veteran of the UK catering industry. In this episode he talks about the role of catering in addressing the obesity crisis in the UK, the ...
In this short episode, Alex introduces himself and the podcast, talks about the reasons for starting the show and his aims and ambitions for it.