#9 Exploring the concept of « Upcycled Food »

In this episode, we embark on a culinary journey through the heart of San Francisco’s food innovation scene. Join us as we sit down with Philip Saneski, the Culinary Director of Farming Hope, a pioneering enterprise on a mission to transform surplus and rescued food into delicious, nourishing meals.

Our conversation delves deep into the world of upcycled food, where we explore the creative ways Farming Hope rescues surplus ingredients and transforms them into culinary delights. Discover how they are reducing food waste, supporting local communities, and reshaping the dining experience.

But that’s not all! We also dive into the concept of Refettorio, an inspiring project that brings together world-class chefs and surplus ingredients to create gourmet meals for those in need. Learn how Farming Hope’s involvement in this initiative is making a tangible difference in the lives of individuals experiencing food insecurity.

As we peer into the future, our guest shares insights into the exciting innovations and trends in the food industry. From sustainable sourcing to community-driven dining experiences, we discuss what’s on the horizon and how you can be a part of shaping the future of food.

Whether you’re a food enthusiast, an advocate for sustainability, or simply curious about the transformative power of upcycled food, this episode offers a feast of ideas and inspiration that will leave your taste buds tingling and your mind hungry for change.