Podcasts

The Right2Food podcast is brought to you by the team of Young Food Ambassadors working with The Food Foundation to campaign for better access to good food for every child across the UK.

On the podcast, our Ambassadors find out how Covid-19 has revealed the gaps in our food system, from holiday hunger to the stigma about food insecurity. We’ll hear from inspirational people and projects working on the front line who can help us find real solutions to the problems we want fixed.

Our latest podcasts

The Rise of the Food Club
Season 3, Ep. 2 In a special collaboration with the delicious. podcast for delicious. magazine, Gilly Smith introduces us to a group of young people, some of whom have experienced first-hand food poverty, to explore how to make the food system fairer. All four episodes of the delicious. podcast have been produced in partnership with The Food Foundation and the Right2Food podcast.
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The Influencers
Season 3, Ep. 1 In a special collaboration with the delicious. podcast for delicious. magazine, Gilly Smith introduces us to a group of young people, some of whom have experienced first-hand food poverty, to explore how to make the food system fairer. All four episodes of the delicious. podcast have been produced in partnership with The Food Foundation and the Right2Food podcast.
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Rice, peas and plantain
Season 2, Ep. 3 When refugees and migrants were plunged into food insecurity at the start of the pandemic, losing zero hour contracts and part time jobs, Brighton’s Minority Ethnic Community Partnership (BMECP) became much more than a food bank with its culturally appropriate foods and friendship.
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Ital: Rasta food and friendship for Lambeth's poorest families
Season 2, Ep. 2 Sister Marcia and Sister Stella of the Rastafari Movement UK are proud to be able to use their Rasta creed to feed the most vulnerable in their community in South London. By gathering surplus organic fruit and veg from their members’ allotments, they deliver ital, the rasta word for nutrition, to those who can barely afford to feed their families throughout the pandemic.  
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Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet
Season 2, Ep. 1 Sixty nine-year-old food campaigner, Sharon Goodyer shows us how her private members' food club in Margate could radically change the food system and enable the poorest to afford to cook and eat healthy, delicious food every day of the week. 
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Bristol Food Club
Season 1, Ep. 4 This week the Food Foundation's food ambassadors Dev and Asha report from Bristol on the weekly food club which brings early years education and food surplus together to provide local families with quality food boxes and a community that cares about what we eat.
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Cook It!
Season 1, Ep. 3 This week The Food Foundation's young ambassadors Shane and Anna report from Portadown and the summer Cook It course, a 4-week cookery programme which supports members of immigrant communities and kids on free school meals. 
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Evelyn Community Store
Season 1, Ep. 2 This week, Food Foundation's ambassadors Rabiya and Saffy tell the story of The Evelyn Community store in Lewisham and hear from three single parents and their children who have found a lifeline in this local community centre.
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