Samantha Kenny is a Senior Program Officer with World Wildlife Fund’s global food waste team. She focuses on strategies for hospitality and food service businesses to address food waste.
Elise Buellesbach chats with Tracy about what she’s working on related to on-campus dining, when food is an inclusive issue, how she wants to encourage conversations about food allergies, and what it takes her to be safe.
Eat Greater Des Moine’s Aubrey Alvarez shares the importance and need for food rescue. The organization connects communities through food.
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In this episode of Eating at a Meeting — #150 — Tracy looks back through the previous episodes to find how her guests’ answer the question, “what does a safe, sustainable, and inclusive food and beverage experience mean to them.?”
The copy/paste approach to BEO, menu and service planning prevents achieving food waste reduction goals, introducing healthy and sustainable options, and capitalizing on other promising trends. Instead, we need to adopt the improv principle of “yes, and”!
Learn what’s in season in your state and city by meeting the local farmers. Tracy shares what’s in season in Eastern North Carolina in May.
Brian Peterson is a 5th grade teacher and founder of Bees in the D. On this episode of Eating at a Meeting he shares the value of bees.
As founder and chief creative director of marketing agency Guru, Gagan’s mission is to increase joy and reduce suffering on this planet through innovative, strategic creativity for brands who are creating the most quality products in the most conscious ways.
Learn how two women are using their experience running a global corporate food program and their appreciation and advocacy for local and sustainable food system to help organizations create other food programs.