EPISODE 104 | Feb 19, 2021

Trading Futures: Borders, Automation, the Dark Web, and the New Silk Road

It’s the final episode of our series on global trade, and we’ve got our eyes set on the future.

EPISODE 103 | Feb 15, 2021

Global Trade Bites Back: Animals, Sanctions, Dim Sum, and Disease

So far, our series on global trade has focused on ingredients that are either sweet or spicy, and

EPISODE 102 | Feb 05, 2021

Feelin’ the Heat: How Spices Have Flavored Our World

We continue our global trade mini-series with one of the most distinguishing elements of a cuisin

EPISODE 101 | Jan 23, 2021

Sweet Temptations: How Sugar Captivated Tastebuds and Global Trade

The desire for sweetness is biologically hardwired in humans, according to Dr.

EPISODE 100 | Jan 15, 2021

From The Silk Road to a Globalized World: An Introduction To Trade

Trade is innately human.

EPISODE 99 | Dec 21, 2020

Past Reflections and Future Aspirations: This Year in Food & Agriculture

What policies and movements will shape food production in 2021 and beyond?

EPISODE 98 | Dec 04, 2020

Drugs, Declassified: Munchies, Militaries and Magic Mushrooms

Inspired by the passage of Measure 109 in Oregon and Initiative 81 in Washington D.C., this week

EPISODE 97 | Nov 20, 2020

Decolonizing our Thanksgiving Tables and Food Narratives

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’ve been thinking about the many ways this holiday b

EPISODE 96 | Nov 16, 2020

In Flux: Changes in our Social Fabric

This entire year has been one huge change after another, forcing us all to take a deeper look at

EPISODE 95 | Nov 06, 2020

Comfort Food: A Source of Solace Around the World

We are living through uncertain and unprecedented times.

| Fri, 02/12/2021 - 21:57

Too Much of a Good Thing

| Thu, 01/28/2021 - 20:52

Going with the Grain

| Mon, 07/13/2020 - 11:51

Supporting BIPOC-Owned Businesses

| Thu, 05/21/2020 - 09:36

A Family Cherry Farmer on Transparency, Heritage, and Hard Work