Interest in food origins and farming is growing and a new digital platform gives you a front row seat to everything happening in the industry.
EatFarmNow is a collection of content generated by journalists and citizens alike, with viewpoints that range from compelling to entertaining. Topics include everything from big issues to know-how for those steeped in the industry. Beyond written content, the platform includes videos and podcasts.
“We really want to show the huge variety of food stories that are being told by ordinary people around the world from their farms, homes and communities; so, what we’ve done with EatFarmNow is scour the web and our networks and put the best blogs, podcasts and videos all in one place,” said Jez Fredenburgh, editor, EatFarmNow.
“Like many brought up in the thriving world of digital content, we have spent way too many hours browsing content, and we’re not alone,” said Will Evans, co-founder, EatFarmNow. “My story is no different to many hundreds of thousands of people who have tapped into the interest of our fellow humans in each other’s lives via blogs, vlogs and podcasts. Social media and peer-to-peer popularity has given us ordinary citizens a voice on topics that matter to us.”
“We hope that EatFarmNow will make it easier for anyone interested in food and farming to find the stories that interest them; ultimately, we hope that through the platform people who eat food better understand how, where and why it’s produced the way it is,” added co-founder Simon Haley. “Ultimately, we want to amplify the great content out there and to inspire people not to just watch but also to create. Over time we will develop our own content to fill the content ‘gaps’ via commissions with journalists, our community and influencers.”
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