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Food On Point

By Food On Point

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Food On Point is a weekly podcast asking the hard questions when it comes to the food that we grow, serve and eat.

Customer Reviews

My only food related podcast

I don't listen to a lot of food related content. I like a good meal and honestly can’t tell a two buck chuck from a finely aged wine. What is oaky, really? But I really enjoy this podcast. It’s taking me on a deeper dive into the food industry and issues that I never really consider but do now! See ya later, supermarket fish. I’m going to find my local fishmonger and do it up right and sustainably! I’m really looking forward to the next topics and where our hosts will go next. I highly recommend this pod for the foodie, restauranteur, and casual diner alike.

LOVE this show!

This podcast is aptly named - its hosts, guests, and thoughtful questions and discussions are all on point. As someone not in the food world but intrigued to learn about its inner workings, I have found that Madeline and Steffi are able to tackle the complexities of the industry from many different angles, while making it accessible and understandable for all. I've already learned SO much. Highly recommend!

Original, in-depth dialogue on food topics

Pushing the glam aside and talking about real issues surrounding food. Intelligent, easy-to-consume and just a fantastic listen for a well-rounded perspective on our food!

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