Do you want to know the best podcasts about food? Look no further. Foodgrads has compiled a list of the most amazing podcasts about the food industry.
We’ve got careers in food, food businesses, food topics, start-ups and more…..
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My Food Job Rocks!
My Food Job Rocks! is the first podcast of it’s kind. We interview food professionals, both fresh and experienced, so that they can tell the world why working in the food industry is awesome and why their Food Job Rocks!
Peas On Moss
PeasOnMoss brings chefs, entrepreneurs, and food professionals together to tell their career stories, give some R&D advice, and discuss their passion for food. Whether you’re a chef considering corporate work, a foodie curious about product development, or a seasoned food business owner, we invite you to join our conversations about food careers and the curious world of R&D.
Food Startups Podcast
If you are a food startup, the chips are stacked against you. It is expensive and complicated. It can be stressful. Many ups + downs.
The food business, unlike the tech world, is not so “user-friendly” for startups. Finding packaging, getting in front of Whole Foods buyers, figuring out what paperwork is required for import/export, how to start, how to scale, etc..
We want to help you share your project with the world and turn it into a sustainable business. You are not alone. Every week, we deliver a new show with a guest that could be in the beginning stage of a startup, a food author/advisor, or head of a 8/9 figure revenue company.
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The Slow Melt
Enjoy this 23-minute program hosted by Simran Sethi. The Slow Melt uses chocolate as the thick, delicious lens through which to explore the world—from flavor and physiology to chemistry and conservation, from global markets and gender to climate change, social justice and beyond—highlighting the people, places and processes behind this $100 billion industry!