The Food Connection: Reimagining what and how we eat : TED Radio Hour Original broadcast date: September 3, 2021. Food is one of life's greatest pleasures, yet many of our food systems are flawed. This hour, TED speakers look to the past to reconnect with what we eat, and the present to reimagine our food future. Guests include forager Alexis Nikole Nelson, chef Sean Sherman, social entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe, and environmental journalist Amanda Little.

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Embracing the foods of our past and future

Embracing the foods of our past and future

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TED Radio Hour: The Food Connection
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Original broadcast date: September 3, 2021

Food is one of life's greatest pleasures, yet many of our food systems are flawed. This hour, TED speakers look to the past to reconnect with what we eat, and the present to reimagine our food future.

Guests include forager Alexis Nikole Nelson, chef Sean Sherman, social entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe, and environmental journalist Amanda Little.

This episode of the TED Radio Hour was produced by Katie Monteleone, Rachel Faulkner, Diba Mohtasham, Sylvie Douglis, and Fiona Geiran. It was edited by Sanaz Meshkinpour and James Delahoussayee.

Our production staff also includes Matthew Cloutier, and Harrison Vijay Tsui. Jeff Rogers is our executive producer. Our audio engineer is Daniel Shukhin.