Tune in each week for inspiring interviews with amazing food entrepreneurs, food startup founders and food industry experts. Learn from the successes and struggles of your peers and get practical resources to grow your business.
Two topics that have been hitting headlines in a major way lately are plastic and food waste. In this bitesized episode we chat to Ilana Taub about the challenges of being an innovative company, fighting food waste and solving the problem of plastic waste with compostable packaging. Have a listen!
Collaboration can unlock a huge amount of potential for food brands. From events to competitions and giveaways to sharing knowledge or resources. In today's bitesized episode we talk to Alessio d'Antino about how they're building a collaborative community of food entrepreneurs and arming them with skills to boost their sales and connect with corporate partners. There's some real gold in here!
Wine is often considered snooty and elitist. But not at Unwined in Tooting. This relaxed and down to earth wine bar, nestled in a corner of Tooting Market is giving wine a new image. They serve amazing wines from producers you've likely never heard of. They are committed to telling their stories and dedicated to reducing their environmental impact. They're striving to go zero waste - both from a wine and food perspective. Have a listen to this bitesized interview with Kiki Evans.
Would you like to get money back from the government for being an innovative food business? I'm sure you would! Tune in to today's bitesized episode with Sue Nelson from Breakthrough Funding. They're passionate about innovation and small business and can help you get money back for all your research and development work. Food is a big theme of the episode too as Sue and I are also presenters of The FoodTalk Show podcast. We talk all things food, drink and business. Have a listen now!
When was the last time you discovered some truly amazing food online? Finding what you're looking for is challenging with so many websites, online shops and marketplaces to wade through. In this episode we chat to Kimberly Hurd from Tabl who is passionate about independent food, solving food discoverability and building community.
Toast Ale are on a mission to end food waste. They take surplus bread - that would otherwise go to waste - and turn it into amazing craft beer. They've been on the scene for just over two years and have already expanding internationally, won loads of awards and make a big statement about their commitment to sustainability. Tune in to find out how they're planning to grow and how they're creating a perpetual cycle of doing good through a genius new fund-raising scheme.
The entrepreneurial journey is tough and lonely. In this episode you'll learn from an industry veteran who has been there, had success, sold his business and started all over again. Jason Gibb has built a thriving support community for food entrepreneurs which consists of a private Facebook group, monthly meetings and annual conference. Jason shares some incredibly honest, down to earth - almost blunt - advice about the challenges of running a food business. This episode - the first of many - really sets the tone!
Find out what's in store for the Good Foodies podcast. This is the show all about people, brands and businesses doing good in the world of food. Learn from heroes of the food industry about what it takes to build a thriving business; one that puts people and the planet ahead of profit.