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Podcast Red to Green Food Tech ūü•©ūüĒ¨‚ôĽÔłŹ
Podcast Red to Green Food Tech ūü•©ūüĒ¨‚ôĽÔłŹ

Red to Green Food Tech ūü•©ūüĒ¨‚ôĽÔłŹ

Marina Schmidt
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The most in-depth podcast on how we can make the future of food sustainability. Each topic is covered in a season of 12 episodes covering different perspectives... Ver m√°s
The most in-depth podcast on how we can make the future of food sustainability. Each topic is covered in a season of 12 episodes covering different perspectives... Ver m√°s

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  • 7.6. Part two - Lobbying in US vs. EU, Food Politics and Corporate Influence
    So how are the politics of the food system rigged? This is the second part of our book talk on "Food Politics- How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health, " Find out how lobbying is different in the US vus Europe; you will learn about a bunch of concepts like soft and hard balling, the revolving door and commerciogenic malnutrition and Frank also shares an insider story of working or maybe more fitting - not working - with food safety authorities. LINK Get funding for your food science research: https://en.raps-stiftung.de/ More info and links to resources on https://redtogreen.solutions/   The book Food Politics by Marion Nestle https://www.foodpolitics.com/ Connect with the host, Marina https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/ Connect with the host, Frank https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankkuehne/ Please rate the podcast on Spotify and iTunes! <3 Hashtags Nanotechnology in Food, Food Safety regulation, food safety Europe, EFSA, European food safety, food regulation, food legislation, food security, food additives, food industry, future of food, food innovation, food technology
    31/5/2023
    29:36
  • 7.5. Food Politics - How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health
    Why nutrition guidelines have become too much about single nutrients, the struggle of the food pyramid and Frank‚Äôs experience with lobbyism. Avoid saturated fat intake, increase your potassium intake, and Avoid transfats.¬† this Eating more fruits and veggies and less animal products and processed food is better for human health AND the environment.¬† This episode discusses the food industry's influence on nutrition guidelines.¬†Inspired by a book by Marion Nestle - American molecular biologist, nutritionist, and public health advocate. ‚ÄúFood Politics:¬†How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health‚ÄĚ The book is from 2007 and focuses on the American nutrition system but it is still super relevant.¬† LINK Get funding for your food science research:¬†https://en.raps-stiftung.de/ More info and links to resources on¬†https://redtogreen.solutions/ ¬† Connect with the host, Marina¬†https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/ Connect with the host, Frank¬†https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankkuehne/ Please rate the podcast on Spotify and iTunes! <3 Hashtags Nanotechnology in Food, Food Safety regulation, food safety Europe, EFSA, European food safety, food regulation, food legislation, food security, food additives, food industry, future of food, food innovation, food technology Episode analytics
    24/5/2023
    32:28
  • 7.4. Nanotechnology and Food Safety ūüí® the good, the bad and the dusty ūüĒ¨
    Discussing the book "Future Foods, how modern science is transforming the way we eat." Nanotech is the science of dealing with materials at the size and range of nanometers. And you may wonder, okay, what is that size? Well, it's about a thousand times smaller than a human hair. And with that size also come very special benefits, but also drawbacks. The book was published in 2019 and written by David Julian. McClements is a British food scientist and distinguished professor at the University of Massachusetts. Sources and further reading Marina's notes on the book - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DNqolXdycObnUnnXQq3YIs-nWCvHaBdVDYceoE2hkpc/edit?usp=sharing Future Food Book - ‚Ā†https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-12995-8‚Ā† "The French authorities are particularly vigilant about the dangerousness of titanium dioxide and have played a leading role in terms of scientific expertise and regulatory management proposals" - https://www.toxpartner.com/articles/france-defends-the-classification-of-titanium-dioxide-as-a-suspected-carcinogen/ A searchable database for foods that contain nanotechnology https://www.centerforfoodsafety.org/press-releases/4075/new-database-shows-nanotechnology-in-common-food-products LINK Get funding for your food science research:¬†https://en.raps-stiftung.de/ More info and links to resources on¬†https://redtogreen.solutions/ ¬† Connect with the host, Marina¬†https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/ Connect with the host, Frank¬†https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankkuehne/ Please rate the podcast on Spotify and iTunes! <3 Hashtags Nanotechnology in Food, Food Safety regulation, food safety Europe, EFSA, European food safety, food regulation, food legislation, food security, food additives, food industry, future of food, food innovation, food technology Editors Note: M shortened the beginning 30.05.23
    17/5/2023
    35:52
  • 7.3. The Carbon Footprint of Everything - carbon consciousness, airfreight and the impact of food production
    Is "climate-friendly eating" a thing? We discuss what makes food carbon-intensive and how to reduce carbon emissions by choosing food that is in season, transported by boat instead of a plane, and grown locally. LINKS Get funding for your food science research: https://en.raps-stiftung.de/ Find out more about the book The Carbon Footprint of Everything More info and links to resources on https://redtogreen.solutions/   Connect with the host, Marina https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/ Connect with the host, Frank https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankkuehne/ More info and links to resources on  https://redtogreen.solutions/   Please rate the podcast on Spotify and iTunes! <3
    10/5/2023
    37:22
  • 7.2. Part two - supply chains, corporate responsibility and blind spots of food tech
    This is the second part of our discussion on the book "Stuffed and Starved - the hidden battle for our world's food system." We look at the price development at the supply chain, addressing the lack of transparency and how corporates are incentivized to process foods for higher profit. We discuss corporate and consumer responsibility. And talk about whether malnourishment is an issue of "insufficient food"? The author Raj Patel is a British Indian. Academic journalist and activist. He holds a PhD in development and sociology from Cornell University. In this book, he focuses a lot on the inequality of our food system. The book's main thesis is that more people are overweight than people who are starving. And that's solving the issue is now our food system is not just about increasing yield. It's much more a poverty and distribution issue. I'm joined by my amazing co-host Frank Kuehne. He's the managing partner of the Adalbert-Raps Foundation, which offers grants for scientific research in food technology, but more on that later. Let's jump right in. LINKS Get funding for your food science research: https://en.raps-stiftung.de/ Find out more about the book Stuffed and Starved More info and links to resources on https://redtogreen.solutions/   Connect with the host, Marina https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/ Connect with the host, Frank https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankkuehne/ More info and links to resources on  https://redtogreen.solutions/   Please rate the podcast on Spotify and iTunes! <3 Hashtags: Book Talks, Stuffed and Starved, Rajiv Patel, British Indian, food system, inequality, starving, poverty, distribution, food technology, multinationals, liberalization, market, food supply chain, farmers, producers, manufacturers, retailers, consumer base, buying desks, agricultural products, packed food, processed food, frozen food, retailer chains, sustainability, CO2 emission, NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement, US farmers, subsidies, Gimsa, Minsa, industrial corn flour market, structural power, multinational, local market, soy, wheat, Ukraine, local farmer, supply chain, African farmers, European market, African market, scaling up farms, efficiency, industrial large scale agriculture, regenerative agriculture, community supported agriculture, diversified crops, maize producers, subsidized corn, agricultural business, spice company, seasoning company, Olam, Fairtrade.
    3/5/2023
    33:13

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