Videos: Food Movement

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  • Diane Hatz – How Big is the Food Revolution – Change Food at Seeds&Chips

    Seeds & Chips

    The food movement just keeps getting bigger – but how large is it? Change Food founder Diane Hatz tells us where the food movement came from and where it is today. Find out why so many people are starting to care about where their food comes from.

  • The Future of Blue | Erica Orange | Change Food Fest

    Change Food

    Erica Orange, executive vice president and COO of The Future Hunters, talks about “templosion” and “blue” (a good reason to listen in!), ideas she has created as a futurist. She discusses the shift in business from sustainable – putting back what you take out – to “blue” – putting back more than you take out.

  • Food Tech Needs the Voice of Good Food | Diane Hatz | Change Food Fest

    Change Food

    Diane Hatz, founder of Change Food, shares her observations (and pet peeves) about the food movement before kicking off an invigorating day of talks at the 2016 Change Food Fest in NYC. Listen in to hear her ideas for the future of collaboration and change – ensuring access to good food for all people.

  • Millennials Trust Real Food | Annalyn Lavey | Change Food Fest

    Change Food

    Annalyn Lavey, GM and founding member of Square Roots, talks about the importance of trusting where our food comes from. Square Roots will empower food entrepreneurs, create a space to grow food in an urban environment, and help to create strong communities around food – increasing trust and feeding real food to people in the […]

  • Hope and Action for Changing Food | Andrew Ive | Change Food Fest

    Change Food

    Andrew Ive, managing director at Food-X, talks about how we have been producing food to the lowest common denominator, but now is the time to focus on hope and action. Food-X, a food innovation accelerator, is working with people within the food movement ready to make change.

  • Stirring Up Political Change from the Kitchen – Bryant Terry


    Urban chef, educator and author Bryant Terry puts the culture back into agriculture by using an anthropological lens to examine how food can spark revolutionary shifts in people’s habits, attitudes, and politics.

  • The Culture of Collards

    Prince Charitable Trusts

    Collard greens are more than a simple side dish. Brought to the American South with the slave trade, they represent a critical aspect of African-American cultural history. A new generation of passionate farmers, culinary historians, and educators work tirelessly to preserve and share this cultural heritage while promoting healthy communities. Hear their stories. Directed by […]

  • Reigniting the Soul of Farming – Nikiko Masumoto


    Farmer, performance artist and activist Nikiko Masumoto gives us her vision of what farming should be in her amazing talk/performance.

  • Marketing Environmental HipHop and Culinary Wellness – Alkemia Earth


    Vegan rapper DJ Cavem and wife and DJ Alkemia Earth perform and talk about healthy food.

  • What the Food Movement Can Learn From History – Alison Cayne


    Owner of Haven’s Kitchen, Alison Cayne, explores some of the issues surrounding our current food system; from marketing to children to hunger to farmers rights. She argues that this has everything to do with politics and policy. At the heart of it, fair food is a fundamental human right – but right now there is […]

  • Meatless Monday – A Simple Idea Sparks a Global Healthy Food Movement – Peggy Neu


    People search health related topics overwhelmingly at the beginning of the week. Building on the related pattern, Meatless Monday encourages us to go meatless just one day each week in order to help reduce saturated fat in our diets. It turns out there are a bunch of other benefits too! Peggy Neu talks about how […]

  • Building True Allies – Nikki Silvestri


    How can we build strong, successful social movements – ones that have the power to change individuals, communities, societal attitudes, and politics? When it comes to movements like changing the way we eat, relationships are key. Here, Nikki Silvestri explains the ways in which we can build social movements for lasting, positive change on the […]