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Hosted by Karen Morton, The Brighton & Hove Food and Drink show celebrates the very best of the city's epicurean and quaffable delights. With a focus on small independent businesses, food festivals and other culinary events, every month you'll get to meet some of the people behind the food and drink.
 
This is the sixth collection of our "coffee break" series, involving public domain works that are between 3 and 15 minutes in length. These are great for work/study breaks, commutes, workouts, or any time you'd like to hear a whole story and only have a few minutes to devote to listening. The theme for Collection 006 is "Food and Drink"! [Summary by Rosie]
 
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This is the time of year when its all about treats. Quality over quantity and even better making sustainable choices and supporting small producers. The British play safe and buy wines by the label that says Pino Grigio or Merlot without really understanding how wine is made drinking the same wine year in year out afraid to waste money on other win…
 
Food and Drink Federation Scotland's CEO David Thomson carries out the final interview with the Food and Drink Federation's Chief Executive Ian Wright. Listen to this podcast to find out more about Ian's time at the FDF as well as the latest updates on what is currently happening in the food and drink industry. This podcast was recorded on 15 Decem…
 
Food & Drink sector risks and opportunities Emma Piercy Head of Climate & Energy at FDF talks with Christophe Lavialle from RSK ADAS, on the risks and opportunities facing food and drink businesses and how to tackle them. The podcast covers all areas from supply chains through to consumers, and how climate change and the drive to greater sustainabi…
 
Sugar is a staple ingredient in many recipes, but consumers in the UK are now eating too much sugar with damaging impacts on their health. Food and drink manufacturers are responding to this by reducing the levels of sugars in their recipes, helping meet the growing consumer demand for healthier options and improve dietary health. Do you want to un…
 
CMS - Labour shortages: the role of ESG in attracting and retaining your workforce Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues have risen in prominence in recent years. Climate change and environmental factors have been at the forefront of these developments. The pandemic has shifted the lens to look at how the other aspects of ESG operate. T…
 
Omron - Meet your new co-workers: how robotics is helping UK manufacturers overcome workforce challenges Recording of FDF webinar hosted on 20/10/21 The FDF Podcast is sponsored by Clarke Energy Human workers have been fundamental to the continued growth of British Food Production. However, after the perfect storm of Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemi…
 
Grant Thornton - Practical strategies to tackle labour shortages within your food & drink business The UK food and drink sector is battling a unique set of challenges that have coalesced to create fundamental labour shortages, placing huge pressure on businesses – both large and small. Grant Thornton’s specialist team will share insights on how to …
 
This podcast explores how food and drink businesses ensure that they are sourcing commodities sustainably. At the FDF, our members use a vast range of ingredients, a number of which could be classed as forest risk commodities, which they want to ensure are sourced sustainably so they can ensure the environmental, social and economic security of the…
 
This podcast focuses on sustainable soya and is part of a wider series on Sourcing Sustainable Commodities. Emma Mansbridge and Jonathan Gorman discuss the main concerns concerning the sustainable sourcing of soy and what businesses are already doing. However, there is always room to go further and this podcast also explores the importance of colla…
 
Sustainability: Skills and training for Net Zero This podcast led by Emma Piercy, Head of Climate Change & Energy Policy is with Rosina Watson and Kenisha Garnett from Cranfield University, and Mark Corbett, Innovation and Skills Policy Manager at FDF. The podcast explores the skills and training requirements for companies in the ‘green transition’…
 
The Food and Drink Federation are delighted to host a timely event on the National Food Strategy, to consider the Government’s upcoming Food Strategy white paper for England due in early 2022. The panel session features - Stuart McCallum, Partner / Head of UK Food and Drink Sector, RSM UK - Ian Mace, Head of Public Affairs and Policy, Associated Br…
 
The Food and Drink Federation are delighted to host a timely event on the National Food Strategy, to consider the Government’s upcoming Food Strategy white paper for England due in early 2022. Guest speakers include: - Alex Dawson, Practice Lead - UK Politics and Policy, Global Counsel - Stefano Agostini, Chief Executive, Nestlé UK and Ireland - Ia…
 
This podcast focuses on the bigger picture that surrounds sustainable sourcing of commodities, from Net Zero to COP26 to the Environment Bill. Emma Mansbridge and Emily Fripp discuss the importance of these political developments and how they set the scene for the future of overseas production and sourcing of ingredients and a global food system th…
 
On this podcast Emma Mansbridge is joined by Judith Murdoch focuses on sustainable palm oil and is part of a wider series on Sourcing Sustainable Commodities. Palm oil is a controversial crop, often associated with deforestation and environmental degradation. Emma and Judith talk about this negative perception and how industry are working to source…
 
This podcast summarises the new rules on advertising of high fat, salt and sugar products, which will come into force on 1 January 2023. Discussion will include: implications for food and drink manufacturers and the advertising industry key concerns with the policy, and why we believe it will not affect obesity what alternative approaches should be…
 
Fibre is often the forgotten part of our diet, but it has the opportunity to be a solution to many reformulation challenges. This podcast discusses what fibre is, our current intake levels and the role and functionality of fibres within food manufacturing. The podcast is hosted by FDF Scotland’s Reformulation for Health Programme. We have input fro…
 
Fibre is often the forgotten part of our diet, but it has the opportunity to be a solution to many reformulation challenges. This podcast discusses what fibre is, our current intake levels and the role and functionality of fibres within food manufacturing. The podcast is hosted by FDF Scotland’s Reformulation for Health Programme. We have input fro…
 
This podcast covers FDF activities around innovation and skills in a relation to the wider sustainability agenda, with a deep dive into support for the Midlands with Ellen Peacock (GBSLEP) around decarbonisation and the circular economy also Mark Corbett from FDF. Hosted by Emma Piercy (FDF) The FDF Podcast is sponsored by Clarke Energy https://www…
 
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