10 Best Food Bank Podcasts
Food Bank Podcasts
Here are 10 Best Food Bank Podcasts worth listening to in 2023
1. Food First
Lansing, Michigan, US
Join Dr. Phil Knight for 'Food First', presented by the Food Bank Council of Michigan and Farm Bureau Insurance. Each edition features innovative leaders from across our community for a sharing of ideas and solutions that can help us end food insecurity. Dr. Knight is a tireless advocate who believes that Michigan - the nation's second most diverse agricultural state - is well poised to prove that hunger is not better, not stronger, not smarter, and not beyond us to solve.
Play⋅ 1.9K⋅ 701 ⋅1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 38 min ⋅ Dec 2020 Get Email Contact
2. Food First
Lansing, Michigan, US
Featuring innovative leaders from government, industry and nonprofit organizations, Food First is a platform for sharing ideas and, more importantly, solutions to end food insecurity. Dr. Knight is a tireless advocate, believing that Michigan, the nation's second most diverse agricultural state, can prove that hunger is not better, not stronger, and not smarter than us.
Also in Food Security Podcasts
Play⋅ 1.9K⋅ 701 ⋅1 episode / week ⋅ Avg Length 25 min ⋅ Jan 2017 Get Email Contact
Co-hosts Hannah Semler and Ali Berlow take a broad and deep dive into food systems, in a format that questions, informs, and discusses the nature of how we understand where our food comes from in the U.S. Season 1 focuses on produce production in Mexico, developed over the last century to feed the U.S., and the food bank efforts that support millions of families who are food insecure in the U.S. We speak with business owners, nonprofits and funding institutions, as well as food systems practitioners in different sectors.
Play Oct 2020 Get Email Contact
Hauppauge, New York, US
Breaking Bread is a bi-monthly podcast that gives listeners a better view of the happenings of Long Island's regional food bank. In each episode, we explore a different aspect of food insecurity and the work centered around solving its issues. Our goal is to educate our audience about the issue and encourage Long Islanders to become more involved in our work.
Play⋅ 11.1K⋅ 5.7K ⋅3 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 16 min ⋅ Apr 2019 Get Email Contact
Fargo, North Dakota, US
Covering issues of hunger relief across the great plains. The Great Plains Food Bank is the state's largest hunger-relief organization and the only food bank in the state of North Dakota.
Play⋅ 11K⋅ 1.5K ⋅ Oct 2020 Get Email Contact
Raleigh, North Carolina, US
Forty years ago this fall, the founders of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina came together to make sure that people in our part of the state would never go hungry. Today, that commitment is stronger than ever. Through this podcast you'll meet our leaders, our staff, our volunteers, who share the same vision: to help people when they need it, and to work to ensure that they don't.
Play⋅ 25.6K⋅ 8.5K ⋅ Sep 2020 Get Email Contact
7. Lunch Agenda
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Lunch Agenda is a virtual lunch date that offers us all a chance to be food activists. Kiko spent three years interviewing neighbors served by the Capital Area Food Bank about how they like to eat. She's learned that in order for everyone in America to eat better, we need to listen to different perspectives from our own and pursue change on many levels. She'll sit with doctors, parents, policymakers and more to hear their agenda for the food system, and will ask each guest for one action listeners can take to change things for the better.
Play⋅ 906 ⋅ Jan 2018 Get Email Contact
London is considered one of the richest cities in the world. However, there is an increasing number of people living in the capital relying on food banks to survive. Amalia Radu gives an overview of London Metropolitan University's Journalism News Week, where panelists - drawn from the community and charity sector - discuss what's really going on? Written and produced by Lamin S. Jaiteh.
Play Jan 2021 Get Email Contact