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Welcome! Feast your eyes on the Erudus Podcast library. Here you can dive into the world of food service and immerse yourself in various stories and features, learn what’s happening across the food landscape and meet the manufacturers and influencers behind the industry’s most exciting manufacturers and brands. Every episode we record is stored here, so browse at your leisure and enjoy.

Dec 11, 2020

Andrew and Victoria are reunited for the Christmas episode of the Erudus podcast where they discuss different traditions and cuisines from around the world at this time of year, how to have an allergy-safe Christmas, their own traditions and explore the opinions of the Erudus community through the power of...

Nov 2, 2020

Andrew sits down with Matt Turner from The Vegan Society to discuss the World Vegan Month campaign and the wider world of veganism including the vegan product trademark, ways in which caterers can make tasty vegan dishes and dispelling some myths around products you may have thought were vegan but actually aren't.


Oct 12, 2020

Andrew meets the dietetic adviser for HEART UK, Lynne Garton to celebrate National Cholesterol Month.

They discuss what cholesterol actually is, the causes and prevention of high cholesterol as well as ways in which caterers and food manufacturers can help consumers make heart healthy choices.

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Sep 7, 2020

This September, we are focusing on food waste for Zero Waste Week and Andrew chats to one of the biggest "waste warriors" in the world. Jamie Crummie, co founder of Too Good To Go talks us through the global impact that food waste has, the challenges he has faced and all of the great work Too Good To Go are doing.

Aug 3, 2020

It's time to get the kettle on for this episode as we celebrate Afternoon Tea Week! Andrew is joined by etiquette expert and trainer Laura Akano and they explore the history of the tradition, what etiquette to observe when attending afternoon tea as well as how etiquette been changed by technology and covid-19.