Agritech, Foodtech, Cell-based, Plant-based… Have you ever thought about the future of food?
If you enjoy listening to podcasts and if you are interested in the future of food, you have come to the right place. We have put together a list of 10 podcasts (in alphabetical order) covering different aspects of how innovations are transforming the food industry. We included a short description about each and links where you can find them.
1) Agtech… So what?
If you are interested in agriculture and technology, this podcast is for you. Here you will listen to stories of pioneers working at the intersection of agriculture and technology. A few of the several themes talked about are, for example, irrigation, sustainable livestock, and working in agtech startups. You will find these episodes on the website, as well as on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.
2) Brave New Meat
The mission of this podcast is to tell the stories of entrepreneurs and investors building cultivated meat startups, so if you are interested in the niche subject of cultured meat, subscribe to their channel! Also available on Spotify.
3) Cultured Meat and Future Food Podcast
This is a short-form podcast series discussing the role of plant based food, cultivated meat and food technology. It is targeted towards entrepreneurs interested in the food technology space. Find it on link or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.
4) Future Food by Ag Funder
This podcast features conversations with the people driving the future of food. From entrepreneurs and venture capital investors to farmers and food businesses. Many episodes are under 40 minutes, making it quick and convenient for those with little time. Available on the website, Apple Podcasts and recently hosted on Clubhouse.
5) Plant Based News
This podcast channel delivers pioneering vegan and ethical news on a weekly basis with 56 episodes so far for you to enjoy. They speak to journalists, activists, life coaches, music producers, among a diverse range of interviewees. Episodes are about 1 hour long and are available on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
6) Red 2 Green
Red 2 Green focuses on sustainable Foodtech, meaning the innovations in the food industry that aims for a healthier future. This podcast channel covers game-changing breakthroughs in the future of food, featuring food startups and industry leaders.
They divide their topics by seasons. Season 1 centers on cultured meat and cellular agriculture, season 2 on innovations in sustainable packaging and greenwashing, and season 3, that will go live in April 2021, on consumer acceptance of alternative proteins. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and others.
7) Table Talk by FoodtechMatters
Take a deep dive into the unanswered questions shaping the food and drink landscape. You will hear from industry leaders, influencers and trailblazers driving change each and every day. Some of the many topics discussed are plant-based alternatives, diets, food choices, workplace wellbeing, and much more. Available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
8) The Food Tech Show With Michael Wolf by The Spoon
A podcast about foodtech and the future of food featuring entrepreneurs, investors, authors, chefs and more. The episodes are on average 30 – 50 mins each, available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and more recently on Clubhouse.
Vevolution offers plant-based podcasts interviewing CEOs, business owners, investors, entrepreneurs and other interesting people. They present a variety of themes in the plant-based, vegan word, including current discussions about the impact brought by COVID-19. Episodes are available on the website and most of them can also be found on Apple Podcast and Spotify.
10) The Secret Sauce by Foodhack
The host Arman Anaturk interviews disruptive founders from across the food industry to learn more about the businesses they developed. These entrepreneurs share their inspiring journeys that led them to create their businesses. You can find these episodes on the website, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
We hope you enjoyed discovering new podcast channels! You can share this list with your friends and peers via LinkedIn or Twitter and start listening together!