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Women In Food

Melissa Singer DuMars

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Welcome to the Women in Food Podcast where we meet at the intersection of Food, Business and the Feminine! I’m your hostess, Missy Singer DuMars and it is my mission to elevate the diverse voices of women in our global food culture while exciting and empowering you in your kitchen! Each episode, I interview a woman in food – chefs, farmers, writers, teachers, bakers and other food makers on their personal story with food. We’ll also talk about their current favorite meals and share a recipe ...
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The Woman in Food & Agriculture podcast unites prominent players from across the industry to talk about real issues within the food and ag industry and women's careers, bringing together different sectors within the supply chain to learn from each other. Joined by some of the most influential leaders in the industry for a look into their views and business knowledge to help empower women within the sector.
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This episode of Women in Food is a little bit different as I turn the tables, I mean microphone, and sit down to become the guest. I’ve brought in Social Entrepreneurship Coach and Host of the Awarepreneurs podcast, Paul Zelizer to interview ME about food, business and my personal story. I have to say, as I listen to this conversation, it feels raw…
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This episode of Women in Food is unique as one of the rare times I interview a “man in food” — food writer and journalist, Andrew Galarneau. During this conversation we dance between topics like an innovative take on cooking eggs to the complexity of gender inequality in the culinary industry. Andrew lays bare what he sees is the sobering truth of …
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Today I talk with CEO of Mother Raw Foods, Kristi Knowles to discuss the triumphs and challenges of running a values-based food business. We hear about Kristi’s first love of food starting with her 6th project about wanting to be a Chef and how that early passion for food led her on a journey through the corporate food world. From the importance of…
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Today I talk with farmer, community leader and entrepreneur, Laura Robbins. We talk about the challenges balancing scaling her farm business, Wild Robbins Farm, with maintaining the level of quality she wants to provide. Laura shares her story moving from a city-dweller in Manhattan, NY through the progression to becoming an organic farmer in Massa…
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Today I talk with visionary entrepreneur and food advocate, Corina Akner. We talk about how she uses concepts around food waste as a tool for community and business building through her Sustainable Food Lab in Sweden, VÄRT. Corina shares her story from her expertise in Industrial Design to her discovery of food waste in all parts of the food system…
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Today I talk with filmmaker, cafeteria-lover and foodie, Lisa Hurwitz. We talk about her recent film, “The Automat”, a documentary about the iconic Horn & Hardart restaurant chain of the early twentieth century. Learn about her beginnings in the intersection of food and film to how she’s brought her first feature film to life as a woman in the film…
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Today I talk with Chef Charlie Ray — a Swedish and Black American food creator and seasonal, local food advocate. Learn about her early start foraging for wild mushrooms & berries in Sweden & fishing with sticks & strings off the river banks Norway. From there, we journey with her through the world of vegan fine-dining as she explores food waste an…
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In this week’s episode, I talk with women’s empowerment pioneer, foodie, wise woman and passionate lover of the natural world, Connor Sauer. Connor shares a bit about her childhood growing up eating close to the land right at a time when convenience foods were also making their appearance as well as her travels around the world and life in the wild…
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In this week’s episode, I talk with Courtney Buckley of Your Mom’s Donuts. Courtney shares with us her story of learning how she leads best as a mom, wife, entrepreneur and farmer. Our conversation wanders deep into dairy sheep farming, kids food television, how she started her donut business, and learning to lead life from simplicity. Courtney and…
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In this episode of the Women in Food and Agriculture Podcast we sit down with Amelie Mainville, Nutrition & Tech Services Director at Cargill to chat about her experience as a working mom in leadership, her career in agtech, where her love for the sector started, and the incredible work her and her team are doing on Cargill’s Dairy Enteligen platfo…
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In this week’s episode, I talk with Sena Wheeler of Sena Sea Wild Alaskan Fish. Sena shares with us her story of embracing her heritage as a fisherman’s wife and how that lineage is passed on through the women in her family. Learn about how fishing boats work in Alaska, why Alaskan fish is so delicious, exactly what are the Omega-3’s people talk ab…
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In this week’s episode, I talk with Anne McIntosh & Nicole Casell - owners of Alchemy Wine & Beer. Hear how a bachelorette party in New Orleans led these two women to leave their high-level corporate jobs to start a wine & beer bar in Western NY and how sticking to a vision and finding the right supporters helped them turn an idea into a hub of com…
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For this episode of the Women in Food and Agriculture Podcast Ollie Theocharous, our Head of Content talks to Nadine Kuester, who is the General Secretary of Germany, Austria and Switzerland for Danone, a multi-national food and drink company. In this insightful conversation, Nadine speaks candidly about the significant barriers facing women at an …
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Today I talk with Chef Apparel Designer, Sandra Harvey — who I met through Jenny Powell-Castor from Episode 4 . Learn the incredible story of how this California fashion designer came to design a whole new Chef Coat especially for women bringing fashion and function together in a never-seen-before way. We’ll go on her journey from the fashion world…
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This episode of the Women in Food and Agriculture Podcast features Sandy Hansen-Wolff Former Founder and Owner of AgVenture Feed & Seed, who will be speaking at the WFA Summit next month. She talks openly about her career journey to becoming an entrepreneur, the challenges associated with running a business in the agrifood sector that she has had t…
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In this week’s episode, I talk to English teacher turned bakery manager, animal rights advocate and business owner, Natasha Tatton. We start with her early memories of less-than-stellar meals and her search for delicious vegan options. Hear about how she first started in food business by serving meals in a hospital in the United Kingdom to running …
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This episode of the Women in Food and Agriculture Podcast explores everything from issues surrounding climate change to farmer livelihoods, racial diversity and the representation of women in leadership. Olga Korzhova, the Head of Event Content for the WFA Summit shares interesting findings from conversations with CEO’s, thought leaders and agricul…
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We sat down for an informative chat with Michelle Cassal, the Deputy Chief of Party for the USAID TRANSFORM Programme at Cargill. In this podcast she explains her role, the impact the ag sector can have on human health through addressing zoonotic diseases and antibiotic resistance and why developing a diverse team is so beneficial in driving projec…
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In this week’s episode, I talk to regenerative farmer, wife, foodie and mom to five kids, Paige Jackson, who I first ‘met’ online when she posted about her Romertopf clay baker (you can hear the whole story in the interview!). We talk about how her quest to have more transparency in food after experiencing some health complications led her and her …
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In this 20 minute Coffee Break Discussion Session we speak to Emma Penny who is a professional coach, consultant and writer about her experience as part of the WFA Mentorship Program which is supported by Alltech. You can get in contact with Emma via her linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emma-penny-coaching-mentoring-consulting-b8350817…
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In this week’s episode, we are talking to writer, author, editor, food expert and Cheese Maven, Hannah Howard who recently published her second book, “Plenty: A Memoir of Food and Family” celebrating the many, often unseen, pockets of women in the food world. We talk about her journey into food, starting with her mother (who is one of the women fea…
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Hey there, it’s been quite a while since there’s been a new episode. As a farmer, I’ve been busy the past few months! This week, I’m back at it talking to Artist, Curator and Animator, Sarah Klein. Now you may be wondering why I’m talking to an Artist on a podcast about food, well, I’ll tell you! As a co-creator of the Local Foods Wheel (a wonderfu…
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In this coffee break session on we discussed how to create an effective work/life balance. With an increased number of people working at least a few days a week from home, ensuring a healthy balance between your work and personal life is more important than ever. In this 20 minute session we discussed how additional home working has changed our liv…
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In this episode of the Women in Food and Agriculture Podcast we speak to Dr Liliana Parra Rapado, the Principal Scientist for Herbicide Agronomy at BASF about her career, advice she has been given and what has made her the woman she is today. In this engaging interview we gain insight into her career history, how to approach problem solving in busi…
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In this live fireside chat session which includes a live Q&A we spoke to Tatiana Fadeeva, CEO at AGCO Machinery to better understand her career journey, her experiences quickly rising up the ranks in a male dominated industry and her opinions on driving diversity and equality in the food and ag industry.…
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In this episode we speak to Amy Wu, an award-winning writer for women’s ag and agtech movement. Amy has just published a book “From Farms to Incubators: Women Innovators Revolutionizing How Our Food Is Grown,” that profiles nearly 30 women innovators and leaders in the growing sector of agtech. Agtech encompasses innovations including drones, senso…
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In this week's episode, I talk to Chef Kimberly Brock Brown who recently was elected as the President of the American Culinary Federation (ACF). We talk about her journey into food and eventually to this role as the first woman, first person of color AND first Pastry Chef to be president in the ACF’s 92-year history. Along the way, Chef Kimberly sh…
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Hey there! This week's interview with farmer and mother, Heather Fukase, is a bit on the long side but I just couldn't cut out all the deliciously fun topics we cover! So, take your time with it and enjoy. In this week's episode, we get a full lesson on RICE-- learning about how it is grown in Japan, the different varieties & what makes them differ…
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In this episode of the Women in Food and Agriculture podcast, we speak to Corinne Bonadei, Director of Digital Strategy, Marketing Communication and Marketing & Sales Excellence for Animal Nutrition and Health at DSM. Corinne is someone compelled to make the food and ag industry a more diverse and inclusive place. As a gay mother she has first-hand…
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On this episode, we talk to Jill Gould of the Butter Meat Co. about being in relationship to our food. Relationship to our food is not just about knowing where it came from, but also the relationships we build around food, how food is intertwined in our relationships (like family recipes), and how it is connected to our relationship with the earth …
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This week, I heard the very sad news of the passing of Carla Bartolucci. I’ve not met her, but her work has influenced my relationship with food in ways that ripple out to most people I connect with over food. Carla was the CEO and Founder of Jovial Foods (along with her husband) and responsible for bringing awareness of Einkorn wheat closer to the…
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This week’s interview is with chef & urban gardener, Ari Botsford Cohen where we explore the many uses of papaya while chatting about vintage recipes, meat tenderizing, and how self-care can be a selfless act. Along the way, we’ll learn more about Ari’s story of food from her great-grandfather’s cookbooks to her dad starting a farm and gardening. S…
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Today’s interview is with farmer and food advocate, Allison Dehonney. Travel with us to the Caribbean where we learn how she makes the ubiquitous Callaloo— a sort of soupy-stew using indigenous Caribbean greens called dasheen. Along the way, we’ll learn more about Allison’s story of food from her Trinidadian roots to her current home in Buffalo, NY…
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Take 20 minutes out of your day to drink a coffee and reflect on yourself and our industry by listening in and contributing to this informal conversation. This month’s topic is how we can encourage and support male allies to further address gender diversity challenges in food and agriculture. This is a subject that affects everyone and if implement…
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In this live inspirational session WFA will be interviewing Margot Slattery, Sodexo’s Global Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer to gain an open and frank review of what businesses in our industry are doing well and where we could improve when considering D&I. The conversation will also address the practical strategies that you as an individual and…
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Today I talk with Chef & Food Truck Owner, Jenny Castor. Learn how this former Ballerina finds herself going to Culinary School, saving her from severe depression and helping her re-invent her future. We talk about following joy, the gifts and challenges of perfectionism, creating stability in unstable times, bringing feminine beauty to food, how t…
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My guest on Women in Food this week is Tanja Westfall-Greiter. Tanja is a farmer in the Austrian Alps. Her life principle is to make a positive contribution to the world, which she does through her food as well as her teaching. She’s the founder of the International Women Farmers Group as well as writing and teaching about garden methodologies that…
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Take 20 minutes out of your day to drink a coffee and sit in on a casual chat with marketing extraordinaire and a WFA Ambassador Jane Craigie and Olympia Theocharous, head of content for WFA. Reflect on our industry and your own aspirations, and focus on how to set goals for 2021 thanks to this podcast! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out…
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My guest on Women in Food this week is Jessica Arends. Jessica is the Executive Chef for Six Friends Cabernet, a restaurant featuring New York made wines paired with fresh local cuisine. Jessica brings together her experience cooking in three different countries and working in a large range of food businesses to express her passion for farm-to-tabl…
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Welcome to the Women in Food Podcast where we meet at the intersection of Food, Business and the Feminine! I’m your hostess, Missy Singer DuMars and it is my mission to elevate the diverse voices of women in our global food culture while exciting and empowering you in your kitchen! Before we get into the interviews, I thought I would tell you a lit…
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Welcome to the Women in Food Podcast where we talk all things Food, Business and the Feminine! I’m your hostess, Missy Singer DuMars and it is my mission to elevate the diverse voices of women in our global food culture while exciting and empowering you in your kitchen! Each episode, I interview a woman in food – chefs, farmers, writers, teachers, …
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This episode of the Women in Food and Agriculture podcast features a Career Stories interview with Becky Timmons who is the Chief Product Officer at Alltech.In this discussion we talked about her career path and gained opinions on issues our sector is facing. The interview features some of the challenges Becky has overcome, why we should be empower…
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In this edition of the Women in Food and Agriculture Podcast we speak to Geeta Sethi, Advisor and Global Lead for Food Systems at the World Bank about how our industry can develop more sustainable food systems.As well as learning about how Geeta got into her role and why the World Bank is so focused on transforming food systems; we discuss why now …
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In this episode of the WFA podcast we spoke to communications guru Anne Villemoes about how our industry can improve consumers’ perceptions of the livestock value chain.Anne has many years’ experience addressing the image problems the livestock value chain faces, especially in her former role as VP for Group Communications at Danish Crown. In the i…
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Laura Zinger of Urner Barry caught up with Bill McClain ahead of the Women in Food and Agriculture Summit. Bill was an International Human Resources Executive and a strategic HR Partner for Bunge’s Global Agribusiness over the last 15 years, covering Europe, Asia, Middle East & Africa."I believe that supporting joint efforts in the industry to prom…
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