New Nordic Food is one of the best examples of Nordic cooperation in action. Check out my interview in this Guardian long read! The first major sign of political interest in supporting Nordic food culture and identity came after a group of 12 chefs signed the New Nordic Kitchen Manifesto in 2004. Support for bottom-up … Continue reading In the Guardian today!
Here comes Part 2 of the Future of New Nordic Food series that I have been writing for the New Nordic Food Programme of the Nordic Council of Ministers. Did you miss Part 1? You can read the first four stories by clicking here. Raising the status of gender equality and diversity in the food … Continue reading The Future of New Nordic Food (Part 2)
This piece first came out on Haut de Gamme on 20 June 2018. See the original post here. Many chefs would prefer to shy away from politics. Yet the gastronomic community has a major influence on how we farm, what ends up on our plates and how we behave around food. On 11 June 2018, … Continue reading Food Policy: What does the gastronomic community have to do with it?
Solutionism: The belief that all difficulties have solutions Solutionist: A solver of problems Wherever I go, I hear people asking for solutions to transforming our food system into a more sustainable one. While there are no silver bullets, I believe that it is important to look at the approaches that are working and understand how … Continue reading Solutionism: using tried and tested approaches to confront global challenges
EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2018 kicked off on Monday, June 11th. This year, EAT Forum brought more than 600 of the brightest minds from science, politics, business and civil society from over 50 countries together to discuss how food can address some of the most pressing issues of our time. The EAT Forum seeks to drive … Continue reading The road to EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2018