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Farms. Food. Future. looks at the big issues facing farmers in the developing world and what needs to be done to wipe out global hunger while dealing with the climate crisis. It’s brought to you by the UN’s International Fund for Agricultural Development and presented by Brian Thomson.
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Have you ever wondered where your food comes from? Welcome to the Pederson’s Farms podcast. Our goal is to lift the curtain on all aspects of the food industry, so you know more about what you eat. Hosted by our VP, Neil Dudley, a man with over 20 years of experience in the business, that worked his way from the ground up. We look forward to discussing agriculture, sustainability, transparency, diversity, philanthropy, and animal welfare from the perspectives of our consumers, customers, ven ...
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COP28 is just around the corner – our 50th episode focuses on small-scale farmers and their resilience in the face of climate change. Discover how the Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme (ASAP) strengthens rural communities. Jahan-Zeb Chowdhury runs us through IFAD’s initiatives for COP28, followed by climate experts Hisham Zehni and F…
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Rural women are at the heart of the agricultural world. Yet many inequalities persist. Tshering Choden explains how IFAD is actively combatting these existing inequalities. On this note, Philippe Remy follows with captivating success stories from Malawi. In Latin America, rural women’s leaders speak about closing the gender gap in decision-making. …
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Howard Brauner and Rock Sun join the show to talk about exporting food. The conversation as usual covers where food comes from, how it gets from here to there, and the relationships it requires. Links: https://www.globalresourceproducts.com/ Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ Topics: [00:46] China’s need for foodstuffs [2:45] The importan…
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In this episode, we’re tackling malnutrition. In the spotlight we have an intriguing report on obesity in developing countries. Then we speak to IFAD's Lead Technical Specialist on Nutrition, Joyce Njoro, about the factors driving food inflation and its impact on access to healthy diets. Also in episode 48, Nadine Gbossa shares with us the key find…
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Recorded live at KetoCon 2023, it’s a conversation with Jennilyn Griffiths, an expert in gut health and a lot of other things. Not to mention a really high energy person. Links: www.jennilynfit.com Instagram: @jennilynfit https://www.facebook.com/jennilyn.griffiths/ Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ https://www.ketocon.org/ Topics: [1:13…
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Dr. Lisa Wiedeman, optometric physician and a carnivore, joins the show to explore whether a carnivore diet is sustainable. Links: Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ Dr. Wiedeman: www.CarnivoreDoctor.com On Instagram: @mycarnivoredoctor YouTube: @carnivoredoctor https://www.ketocon.org/ Topics: [00:56] Is carnivore sustainable? [3:32] ‘It…
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The future of farming lies with young farmers and rural youth. But how do we go about engaging young people in agriculture to enhance productivity and empower individuals. That's the question we want answers to in this podcast. First we talk to IFAD’s lead youth expert, Rahul Antao. We also hear from Mollie Brennan about the Decent Work for Equitab…
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Today, recorded live at KetoCon 2023, a conversation with Chef James Barry about organ meat, a seasoning derived from organ meat, and generally where food comes from. Links: Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ Pluck Seasoning: https://eatpluck.com/ Instagram: @chefjamesbarry Twitter: @chefjamesbarry https://www.ketocon.org/ Topics: (0:30) …
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J Gulinello is a health & wellness specialist and the founder of Perpetual Health. Links: Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ Perpetualhealth.com Instagram: @perpetualhealthco https://www.ketocon.org/ Topics [00:56] From classic pianist to biologist [01:29] A decade of independent research [02:24] What is mitochondria? [04:47] The illusion…
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This month we take a deep dive on the issue of remittances and how money sent home can be a force for good in rural development. We talk to IFAD’s Financing Facility for Remittances Pedro de Vasconcelos. Also Bibiana Vasquez speaks to regional work on remittances in Africa. And we hear from David Berno an expert on digital remittances. Plus Guillau…
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Today, recorded live at KetoCon 2023, a conversation with Nathalie Niddam, an expert in biohacking, health optimization and maximizing life. As Nathalie says, since the beginning of time, humans have been obsessed with not dying. But while we don't want to die, we also don't wanna be old and feeble. She joins the show to talk about this concept of …
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Today, recorded live at KetoCon 2023, a conversation with Dr. Robert Kiltz, a fertility doctor who runs one of the largest IVF centers in America. The doctor discusses a host of issues around fertility, including inflammation as the real cause of infertility. Links: Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ Dr. Kiltz: https://www.doctorkiltz.com…
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Recorded live at Keto-Con 2023 in Austin, Texas, the guest is Dr. Ken Berry. He’s a doctor who wants to help people. The discussion is: Why carnivore? What's important about nutrition? And what is the real human diet? Links: Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ https://drberry.com/ https://www.ketocon.org/ Topics: 1:27 What is the real huma…
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In this podcast we are looking at Small Island Developing States (SIDS), food security and climate change. We talk to IFAD climate specialist Oliver Page, and we also hear from IFAD projects working with SIDS in the Philippines, Haiti and Tonga. July sees the UN’s Food Systems Summit Stocktake taking place in Rome. We’ll be talking to Stefanos Foti…
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Dave Greening joins the show to discuss where food comes from. Dave has spent more than 25 years in the food industry and the last five with CROPP Cooperative, the co-op that has Organic Valley and Organic Prairie Brands. Links: Visit us online: https://pedersonsfarms.com/ More on Dave: linkedin.com/in/dave-greening Topics: (2:01) - Dave’s backstor…
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We’re turning the spotlight on the Near East and North Africa to look at one of the major issues facing the region – water scarcity. With the UN’s climate summit later this year – COP28 – taking place in the United Arab Emirates – water scarcity and food security are top of the agenda. In the podcast we’ll be talking to IFAD’s regional lead Dina Sa…
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We’re getting in the biodiversity groove ahead of International Biodiversity Day on May 22nd. We speak exclusively to the acting Executive Secretary of the UN’s Convention on Biological Diversity, David Cooper. Then we’ll be hearing from IFAD’s lead on biodiversity Marie Aude Even. After that, in honour of the UK coronation we’re taking a little bi…
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This month’s edition of Farms.Food.Future. is all about innovation. Donal Brown talks about how IFAD is innovating in projects around the world. This month, we're also featuring some amazing game-changers in the industry. First we have Mai Ann Healy from BioFiltro, who's revolutionizing wastewater treatment with their innovative worm castings techn…
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In this podcast we look at International Women’s Day 2023, which explores the impact of the digital gender gap, speaking to IFAD's Ndaya Beltchika. We also talk to ecommerce professional, Shelley Burich, from Samoa, and Elsie Du Bray from the Lakota Nation in North America about food sovereignty. We hear about the latest on the ever changing donor …
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Links: Pederson's Natural Farms cupcakesbyjordanjames.com Topics: (0:30) - Introducing Jordan and her experience placing 2nd in the World Bacon Championships (3:36) - How on earth do you make 2,000 cupcakes for one event? (4:53) - Jordan’s family dynamic (7:19) - Why do you bake cupcakes for a career? (9:25) - How do you feel about animal protein? …
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Does food safety and quality truly matter to consumers, and should it matter? This week on Pederson’s podcast, Neil Dudley is joined by Richard Atkin, the Vice President of Quality Assurance at Tendergrass Farms to discuss where food comes from and the processes used to determine if food is meeting standards of safety and quality. They discuss the …
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Have you ever thought about the energy used in food production and what that means for you when you eat that food? Joe Koran joins Neil for a discussion about where our food comes from and why that’s important for our health. Neil and Joe talk about everything from Joe’s decision to stop pursuing a teaching degree in order to learn about the seafoo…
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What does it take to steward the land and build up a profitable ranch like Big Bluff Ranch? This is something Tyler Dawley knows well. Tyler joins Neil to discuss the importance of and the benefits of regenerative agriculture. They discuss their passions, the changing nature of the ag industry, their experiences in the industry, and the power the c…
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This month we talk about a crucial yet underrepresented group in the fight for climate change: Indigenous Peoples. Join us on our travels around the world and hear what chefs, activists and experts have to say about the issues most important to their communities, ahead of IFAD’s Indigenous Peoples’ Forum in February. Up first, we chat with IFAD’s v…
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What is the least understood thing about the agriculture business? And can you really be sure about where the food on your plate comes from? This week, Neil Dudley is joined by John Saunders, Founder and CEO of Where Food Comes From, and Spencer Lomax, Director of Market Development at Where Food Comes From. They discuss the ag business in depth, t…
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Can your biggest strength also be your biggest weakness? For Jodi Taffel, the answer is yes! Listen in as Neil is joined by Jodi - multiple time winner of the bacon category of the World Food Championship. They talk about her competition wins, as well as her acting career, and being unafraid to try things until they work. The conversation doesn’t e…
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In this episode of Powered by Protein, host Neil Dudley interviews Diego Diverde, the Sales Director for Greener Pastures Chicken. Diego shares how their farm raises organic, grass-fed chickens using regenerative farming practices. Find out what regenerative farming is and how it helps improve soil health and sustainable food production with Diego …
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It’s the end of the year, and we’re jumping headfirst into 2023. First, we introduce a soon-to-be familiar face: our new president, Alvaro Lario, who talks about his plans for IFAD. We then turn to Satu Santala, Associate Vice-President of the External Relations and Governance Department at IFAD, who talks to us about the year ahead and the agency’…
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Did you know that it is possible to make hot ice cream or snow out of food? At the World Food Championship it is! This week, host Neil Dudley is joined by James Murray. Murray has 40 years of experience in the industry, works for the National Pork Board, and is a professional chef. They discuss the incredible innovations seen at the World Food Cham…
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The commitment to living a healthy life is not an easy one. But Jordan Graham can attest that it is worthwhile. Listen this week as Neil Dudley is joined by coach and weight loss specialist Jordan Grahm to discuss the mindset behind living a healthy life, and the importance of doing it for yourself. Jordan shares his story and the changes he made i…
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Are you wondering what it takes to truly be successful as an entrepreneur? Caroline Fausel would say never giving up is key, along with a few other ingredients. Listen as Caroline joins host Neil Dudley to discuss Caroline’s Olive You Whole blog and podcast. The conversation covers healthy living, regenerative agriculture and the role animals play …
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What does it take to turn your company’s good reputation into a strong brand? Hard work is a good starting point. Listen as Michael Kiolbassa of Kiolbassa Smoked Meats joins Neil Dudley to discuss how Kiolbassa has become what it is today and the changing nature of the business. They discuss the ins and outs of the meat business and the priceless t…
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As we near next month’s UN Biodiversity Conference – COP 15 – we take a look at a different side of climate change: biodiversity and conservation. On this month’s episode, Senior Biodiversity Specialist Nadine Azzu tells us about her expectations for the conference, and we learn more about the landmark agreement that first brought biodiversity to t…
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Do you know where your food comes from, and does that matter to you? Owner of Nutrition with Judy and author of The Carnivore Cure, Judy Cho joins host Neil Dudley on the podcast to explain why it definitely should matter to you! They also talk about the power of our habits and fueling our bodies with the right kind of fuel. This is a discussion yo…
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Have you ever heard of the term “greenwashing?” Nurse practitioner Cynthia Thurlow joins Neil Dudley on the podcast this week, and they discuss the greenwashing of product labels, as well as metabolic health, intermittent fasting, and nutrition. Cynthia has expertise and explains the science behind intermittent fasting in her book Intermittent Fast…
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n this episode, the creator of Keto Savage, Robert Sikes, joins host Neil Dudley for a discussion about running businesses, transparency for consumers, and the importance of breaking out of the status quo in everything from nutrition to business practices. Robert has been a natural bodybuilder for fourteen years, half of which have been in a ketoge…
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This month’s episode of Farms.Food.Future is all about climate change in Africa. We focus on accomplishments – and shortcomings – on the continent. IFAD’s own Jo Puri introduces IFAD’s climate goals and the expectations for COP27. Our regional specialists Paxina Chileshe and Pathe Sene give us updates on projects in Africa as well as an African per…
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What is it like working at Pederson’s? This week, Pederson’s Lead Support Representative Jeff Hackett joined Neil Dudley on the podcast. They discussed Jeff’s experience working at Pederson’s, how he joined the Pederson’s team, and his Whole30 experience! Links: Visit us online www.PedersonsFarms.com Topics: (0:30) - Introducing Jeff & life working…
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What exactly is an NFT and what does it have to do with bacon? Listen as Neil Dudley is joined by Ritchie McCord and Andrew Evans of Bacon Club. They discuss and explain what NFTs are, the simplicity of using them, and the partnership between Pederson’s and Bacon Club. Links: Visit us online at www.PedersonsFarms.com Andrew on Twitter Richie on Twi…
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What does it take to run Denver’s oldest sausage manufacturer? Listen as siblings Melodie Harris and Steve Polidori join host Neil Dudley and discuss the ins and outs of family run Polidori Sausage. They talk about what it means to run a certified green facility, working with family, and the importance of hearing what customers are saying. Links: V…
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Can the food we eat be life-changing? If you ask Abby Scott, the answer is absolutely yes. Abby started the ketogenic lifestyle in 2017 and saw major positive changes. Now, her whole family is on the keto path and are all the better for it. In this episode, Neil and Abby talk about House of Keto, what led her to the ketogenic life, and, most import…
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Beatriz Aranda How often do you learn about the people behind the products you purchase? Well, that’s just part of the culture at Pederson’s. The desire for transparency doesn’t end at what goes into the products or even how the animals are raised. It’s the people that really tell the story. People like Beatriz Aranda. Neil sits down for a chat wit…
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From chefs in India to fisheries in the Maldives, on this month’s episode of Farms.Food.Future. we examine how the relationship between agriculture and climate change is affecting South Asia. We also reflect on 75 years of independence in India and Pakistan and learn about IFAD’s work in Bhutan and the Maldives. Having spoken to youth leaders and p…
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Dr. Mindy Pelz What if you could reset your body’s health without spending a dime? Dr. Mindy Pelz firmly believes that our bodies can do just that through intermittent fasting. Listen as she leads Neil through the journey of what happens to your body after 13 hours, 17 hours, 24 hours, and beyond. But don’t think you can just jump in and stop eatin…
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James Peisker What happens when a trained chef is dissatisfied with the quality of the meat on offer? In the case of James Peisker, the answer is simple: If want something done right, sometimes you just have to do it yourself. Neil talks to James about how he came to co-found Porter Road, a company where flavor, quality, and freshness come first. T…
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Dr. Anthony Chaffee What if eating carnivorous could help cure you of chronic pain, lower your risk of cancer, heart disease, and obesity and run your body more efficiently? Well, that’s precisely what Dr. Anthony Chaffee, a physician that specializes in neurosurgery, believes. Neil explores how Dr. Chaffee came to this belief through medicine and …
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This month we’re focusing on renewable energy. Fossil fuels are dwindling and access to energy is already a scarcity in Africa. Now, people are turning to renewable energy technology. We’ll first talk with energy specialist Dan Martin to learn about these technologies and how IFAD incorporates them into their projects. We also talk to a farmer to l…
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Have you ever felt that if you just lost weight, everything else would fall into place? Dennis Pridgen is here to tell you there is much more to it. Looking good doesn’t always equal feeling good. Dennis is the owner of Get Lean Journey, offering customized keto plans and fitness and lifestyle coaching. Neil talks to Dennis about the most crucial f…
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Robby Sansom Get ready to dive deeply into the world of animal welfare, regenerative agriculture, and the realistic scalability of the sustainable food movement. Listen as Neil speaks with Robby Sansom, co-founder of Force of Nature, a company formed to accelerate the creation of a global regenerative supply network. As the former CFO/COO of EPIC, …
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Jim Ondrusek There are as many opinions on what humans should eat as there are ways to make food. Of course, not everyone chooses to eat animal proteins, but if you do, you might also care about how the animals are raised and the process behind getting that pork chop to your plate. And if there’s anyone qualified to answer those questions, it’s Jim…
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