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Best Jennifer Leuzzi podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Jennifer Leuzzi podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Meet the innovators and influencers at the intersection of food and technology. Tech Bites investigates the profound ways the rapidly evolving digital world is transforming how we discover, produce, and share food in the real world. Are the food revolution and the start-up generation in sync or in conflict? Host Jennifer Leuzzi explores how technology impacts our culinary lives. Get connected @TechBitesHRN on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter or email us TechBites@HeritageRadioNetwork.org. Tech Bit ...
 
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For the penultimate show of 2019 we take a look back at the year in review, and the past decade. On this episode, host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) with studio-guests Tony Aiazzi, co-founder of restaurant fin tech start-up ChouxBox (@_chouxbox) and HRN’s (@heritage_radio) Program Director, Hannah Fordin, talk about the good, the bad and the apps ...…
 
What do colors and music taste like when a chef and an artist collaborate in a virtual world? On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with artist Mattia Casalegno, chef Chintan Pandya (Rahi and Adda restaurants) and Mitchell Davis (Chief Strategy Officer of the James Beard Foundation) about their collaboration on Aerobanquets ...…
 
Good food should be tasted not wasted! Today, Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Sabine the CMO and co-founder of Food for All (@foodforallapp), the app that connects restaurants that have end-of-day excess to customers in the neighborhood looking for inexpensive and delicious meals. The result is less food waste and more customer savin ...…
 
Join us for a special live edition of Tech Bites recorded at Industry City (@industrycity), New York’s hub for the innovation economy. Host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) and Feel Good Foods (@feelgoodfoods) founders Vanessa Phillips and Tryg Siverson talk about the cooking science behind making gluten-free frozen-foods delicious and accessibly an ...…
 
ESL Works: a startup dedicated to closing the workplace language gap. They deliver quick conversational lessons to workers based around the actual tasks they do in the workplace. They do that with work-specific language training that is accessible to everyone and gets employees communicating quickly. ESL Works is currently used by hundreds of r ...…
 
Are we really inventing better new technologies in food production or is the best tech retro innovation? On this episode of Tech Bites (@techbiteshrn), host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with in-studio guest Apollonia Poilâne, the third generation baker from the world-renowned Poilâne bakery in Paris. Her grandfather Pierre opened the baker ...…
 
Would you be surprised to discover that one of the best freshest environmentally friendly salad bowls is in a vending machine in a New York City subway station? On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with in-studio guest Chloe Vichot Co-Founder and Head of Food Innovation of Fresh.Bowl (@myfreshbowl) the first sal ...…
 
Today’s consumer expects to be able to shop on their smart phone, get free fast delivery, and pay with a credit card, for everything including groceries. Farms need to go digital to get to market. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with the founders of two different digital platforms that connect farmers to th ...…
 
Plant-based burgers and beef have dominated the recent headlines. Everyone from McDonald’s to Costco, Trader Joe’s and Nestlé, announced new plant-based burger offerings. Simultaneously, news outlets are debating whether or not beef is good for the planet and good for people. On this episode of Tech Bites, Shack Shack's VP of Menu Innovation an ...…
 
Kids love tech! Kids hate vegetables! Can a digital platform be successful at teaching kids about good food? On this episode of Tech Bites (@TechBitesHRN) host Jennifer Leuzzi (@MmeSnack) talks with Julia Olayanju, founder of Young Super Cooks, a platform that employs technology to educate and inspire student to make healthier and sustainable d ...…
 
On the last show of the summer season, we’re looking forward to fall. On this episode, Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with journalist Gabriella Gershenson (@gabiwrites) and Heritage Radio Network's Kat Johnson (@kathryncrosby) about what they’re most looking forward to this fall. Spoiler alert: it’s HRN’s 10th anniversary. Th ...…
 
One of the summer’s best restaurant tech stories involves delivery giant Grubhub buying up tens of thousands of restaurant websites, unbeknownst to the restaurant owners. The discovery, along with a public hearing on the commission structure restaurants pay to GrubHub for phone orders, generated enough public interest that Senator Chuck Schumer ...…
 
In the start-up world failure equals success. It’s the paradox of innovation. A founder needs to fail in order to gather information, build a network and proof-of-concept, and push out a new better version. This philosophy sets innovators apart from the traditional old-school business values because innovators value experience and information. ...…
 
Today, people are demanding more than just nutrition and something tasty for their dinner. Functional foods are the forefront of the food innovation space, like Uplift Food and their probiotics for gut health and mood benefits. On this episode of Tech Bites (@techbiteshrn) host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with Kara Landau (@travellingdiet ...…
 
Are you dreaming about opening restaurant or neighborhood joint? On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with Jenny Goodman (@Jennymcgoody) and Alex McCrery (@al.a.mode), co-host of Opening Soon (@weareopeningsoon), a new show on the Heritage Radio Network line-up. Opening Soon looks at the journey of opening a res ...…
 
How many data points do you need to understand and predict what people want from their food products? The Tastewise AI platform analyzes billions of consumer touch-points, including menus, recipes and social media posts, to discover people’s real-life interactions with food. Host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with Tastewise CEO & CoFounder ...…
 
Are you a start-up founder looking for venture funding? This episode may be your next round. We’re announcing our next live pitch show with Joshua Siegel, Managing Partner of Rubicon Venture Capital (@Rubiconvc). In July, two start-up founders will have the opportunity to present a five-minute pitch to Joshua. On this episode, host Jennifer Leu ...…
 
WeWork Food Labs wants to be more than office space for start-ups in the food innovation space. As WeWork’s innovation arm, the Food Labs bring companies together, provides industry-specific programming, hoping to help companies impact the future of sustainable food. In the space are innovators and entrepreneurs across the food ecosystem, inclu ...…
 
What does the future of food look like? Futuristic plant-based meat, Michelin-chef ramen vending machine, or how about augmented reality for your oven? All those things are here today. On this episode of Tech Bites (@techbiteshrn) host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with The Spoon (@thespoontech) publisher Michael Wolf (@michaelwolf) about T ...…
 
Function food and drinks super-charged with CBD (cannabidiol) are everywhere from the juice bar to the coffee shop to the cosmetics aisle Analyst predict that the market will reach $20 billion by the year 2024. On the episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with studio guest Jay Moskowitz founder and CEO of Bimble CBD Drin ...…
 
What is the best vision for the future of food? If you could define it - how would you achieve it? The Disrupt Food Summit 2019 in New York City, hopes to jump-start actionable conversations around these very topics. On this episode of Tech Bites (@TechBitesHRN) host Jennifer Leuzzi (@MmeSnack) talks with Disrupt Food Summit founder Julia Olaya ...…
 
If a chef wants to find a specific product - how much time does it take to reach and track down a vendor? If a farmer has perfectly ripe produce she needs to sell now - how would she find a buyer? Connecting farmers and restaurants on a digital communication platform is the idea behind To Market. On this episode To Market CEO and founder David ...…
 
How many food tech companies does it take to impact our future? 3,000-4,000 is the estimate from Manuel Gonzalez, founder and managing partner of Global RIFF the Revolution in Food Fund (@globalriff). If you think it’s humanly impossible to vet 3,000 companies a year to figure out which ones have the greatest investment potential - you’re absol ...…
 
What is the future of nutritional data? Is it wearable devices that reads your body’s real-time nutritional needs and tells you exactly what to eat for optimum health? Or maybe food as medicine to help heal peoples bodies. Sound like sci-fi? It may be closer than you think. Join Tech Bites (@techbitesHRN) host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) in con ...…
 
What’s the sleeper hit of eSports? Farming Simulator 19 from Swiss game tech company GIANTS Software. Launched in 2008, Farming Simulator (@giantsfarmingsimulator) is a game known mostly for its realistic recreation of farm management, where the main objective is more often getting a good yield than “beating” some opponent. The 19th edition sol ...…
 
Our food system is rapidly changing and these innovators are staying ahead of the game. Join Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) at General Assembly (@generalassembly ) for a panel discussion exploring the future of food as it intersects with technology and changing consumer behaviors. The conversation covers food + tech in restaurants, ...…
 
Our food system is rapidly changing and these innovators are staying ahead of the game. Join Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) at General Assembly (@generalassembly ) for a panel discussion exploring the future of food as it intersects with technology and changing consumer behaviors. The conversation covers food + tech in restaurants, ...…
 
Do you shop at the greenmarket to support farmers? Are you interested in helping shape the future of US agriculture? If you are, you can put your money where your food-supply starts by investing in farms. Harvest Returns (@harvestreturns) is a new equity crowdfunding platform based in Texas. On this episode of Tech Bites, Harvest Returns founde ...…
 
If you think a chicken nugget is bad at least it’s legal for humans to eat. For pet food and kibble, ingredients are so toxic they have to be burned and sterilized to make them safe for consumption. The Farmer’s Dog is creating a new option with their line of fresh dog meals, customized to individual pets, delivered on a subscription bases. Co- ...…
 
Scientist estimate that by 2050 there will be 9 billion people in the world, who need to eat to live. How will global agriculture produce enough food to feed them all? AeroFarms (@areofarms) is betting that indoor vertical farming and aeroponic technology will be a part of the solution. In-studio guest Marc Oshima, AeroFarms co-founder and CMO, ...…
 
On this episode of Tech Bites pastry chef Chris Broberg (@cwbroberg), of Instagram & Facebook, shares his baking tests with host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack). Did the non-dairy plant-based Faba Butter from Fora Foods (@forafoods), work for blitz puff pastry and sablé? Is the Rise spent barley flour (@riseproducts) too spent to work? The answers ...…
 
When you’re making a dinner reservation, do you care who owns the restaurant? Increasingly the answer is - yes people do care. But most reservation platforms don’t give any information on ownership. And ownership is the roadmap to where the money goes. Does it go back into the community or to a corporate HQ? Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mm ...…
 
Could you give up social media for 40 days? When Jacqueline Raposo did, she inadvertently set off a year of progressively shedding her most constant habits, social media, alcohol consumption, negative thought, packaging waste, and more. Raposo’s (@wordsfoodart) recently published book “The Me, Without: A Year Exploring Habit, Healing, and Happi ...…
 
What’s the top-line story for the new year? Get ready to say good bye to your favorite neighborhood restaurant. Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with David Helbraun, founding partner and chairman of Helbraun Levey, New York City's leading hospitality law firm. David thinks small restaurant operators will not be able to withstan ...…
 
On the penultimate show of the year, we look back at the top stories and trends of 2018. Host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with returning guests Krystle Mobayeni (@krystlemobayeni), CEO and Co-Founder of restaurant tech platform BentoBox (@getbento), journalist Gabriella Gershenson (@gabiwrites) and Elizabeth Meltz (@elizabethmeltz), co-fo ...…
 
Can you imagine living without a smart phone? Tech Bites engineer Noam Osband has a flip phone. Sound crazy? A flip phone is cheaper (for the device and the data), more secure from hacking and theft, and keeps you offline from work email all the time. Maybe that’s why celebrities, including Rihanna, Warren Buffet and Chris Pine, all have flip p ...…
 
What’s the hot new ingredient chefs are adding to their tasting menus? Virtual reality. What is VR anyway - and how is that different from AR augmented reality? Host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with in-studio guests chef Jenny Dorsey (@chefjennydorsey)and cinematographer Jesse Sperling (@sperlingsilver) about their multi-platform storytel ...…
 
More that 175 independent start-up food companies working in Brooklyn’s Pilotworks and locations in Chicago, Austin, Newark and Portland, were abruptly locked-out and put on the street on October 13, 2018. Everyone was surprised by the close, given that Pilotworks had raised more that $13 million in funding. Host Jennifer Leuzzi (@MmeSnack) tal ...…
 
Do you know who made your food or how much it costs? Do you care? #IMadeYourFood is the social media campaign launched by Food To Eat that tells the personal stories of local food vendors. On this episode, Tech Bites (@TechBitesHRN) host Jennifer Leuzzi (@MmeSnack) talks with FoodTo Eat (@FoodToEat) founder Deepti Sharma (@DeeptiNYC), Zeeshan A ...…
 
Aquaponics combines aquaculture farming of fish with hydroponic farming of plants into one self-sufficient water-based eco-system. Brooklyn-based Edenworks (@edenworksgrows) is bringing aquaponic stripped bass to market. This is great for the environment and species - but how good is it on the plate? We sent product to seafood chef Bill Telepan ...…
 
What’s the latest in indoor farm tech? Business is growing internationally, companies are hiring, and mushrooms are begin harvested right in the produce aisle. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi (@MmeSnack) checks-in with past guests Allison Kopf, founder/CEO of Agrilyst (@Agrylist) and Andrew Carter, CEO/Co-founder Smallhold ( ...…
 
Making good bone broth is a centuries-old low tech recipe - but to serve the perfect hot cup requires patented technology. On this episode of Tech Bites (@TechBitesHRN), host Jennifer Leuzzi (@MmeSnack) talks with chef Marco Canora (@MarcoCanora) about the patented hot and cold tap system he’s recently installed in his bone broth shop Brodo (@B ...…
 
You’ve probably been recycling paper and plastics for decades - but are you upcycling food waste? Upcycling is the process of converting food waste into a new usable and valuable food product. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, approximately 1.3 billion tonnes of food are lost or wasted annually, amounting ...…
 
Blockchain in the financial headlines, tech news and increasingly in food news. The digital ledger technology, created in 2008 for the cryptocurrency bitcoin, is being touted as the solution to many food system problems. Because the information cannot be altered, it could be the ultimate validation of product authenticity or the most accurate r ...…
 
Do you have enough life experience at 25-years to recognize problems in the food system and create a viable business solution that could generate revenue and change? Today’s Tech Bites (@TechBitesHRN) guest are confident they do. Listen to this roundtable of millennial CEO’s talking about the moment they realized change needs to happen in our f ...…
 
When Tech Bites started in January of 2015, I couldn't imagine making it to episode 150. On this episode we take a look back at three years of Tech Bites (@TechBitesHRN) favorite episodes and no show guests. Joining us to take a look back is HRN's Studio Manager and Engineer David Tatasciore. We also look to future ideas, guests and formats. It ...…
 
We’ve been using our fingerprints to unlock our smartphone and breeze through customs for years now. Facial recognition is the next gen of biometric security coming soon to airports, the Tokyo Olympics and your favorite fast casual restaurant. On this episode of Tech Bites (@techbiteshrn) host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) discusses the future of ...…
 
Do you have a ground-breaking idea on how to build a better, more equitable restaurant industry? A first-of-its-kind initiative, the Solution Sprint is a one-day, crowdsourced event designed to drive resources, expertise, and attention to solving community-identified challenges in the restaurant and hospitality industry. Inspired by the collect ...…
 
Shopping online and in apps is convenient, but is it bad for the planet and local communities? On the one hand, delivery can be like public transportation for your groceries and be fuel efficient. On the other hand, the mountain of packaging required to ship perishables is a recycling nightmare. On this episode we talk with Gabriella Gershenson ...…
 
Can artificial intelligence make Roberta’s Pizza better? Maybe. Today’s restaurants are running on data systems that are cobbled together from multiple third party platforms, creating a fragmented picture of business that’s not always up-do-the-minute. If your numbers are stale, you’re probably loosing money somewhere. Ingest (@ingestAI) aims t ...…
 
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