TastEd In The Media
July 10, 2022
BBC: The Food Programme – Mindful Food and the Art of Attention
Bee Wilson, TastEd Founder and Co-Chair, discusses our disconnect from the sensory experience of food and how TastEd can bring us closer to this sensory knowledge (from 14:16).
April 20, 2022
Islington Life: Making sense of food education
Fran Box, Project Manager at TastEd, talks to Islington Life about the TastEd rollout across the borough.
March 29, 2022
The Guardian: How we lost our sensory connection with food
Bee Wilson, TastEd Chair of Trustees, writes about our sensory disengagement from food.
June 17, 2021
BBC: The Food Chain
Kim Smith, TastEd Chair of Trustees, talks to the BBC about food and the curriculum (from 25:30).
February 28, 2021
BBC: The Food Programme – School Food: Re-imagined
Jason O’Rourke, TastEd Founder and Headteacher of Washingborough Academy, along with three of his pupils, talk to the BBC about TastEd at their school (from 9:57).
September 2, 2020
The Jellied Eel: Roots to Work – The Good Food Educator
Ellie Costigan chats with TastEd Chair of Trustees, Kim Smith, about how she began her career in food and what it’s like working for TastEd.
March 14, 2020
Parabere Forum 2020: The Reinvention of Eating
Bee Wilson talks at the Parabere Forum, a forum that focuses on improving gastronomy with women’s vision.
March 13, 2019
Wicked Leeks: Lessons in Taste
Bee Wilson talks to Riverford’s Wicked Leeks about sensory food education.
December 22, 2019
At The Sauce Podcast: What does a peach sound like? with Bee Wilson
In this podcat, recorded at Abergavenny Food Festival, hear talk about how TastEd reconnects children with food.
June 28, 2019
Sustainable Food Trust: Preference as the missing link in food policy by Bee Wilson
An article by Bee Wilson about the missing gap in the British education system that will help children learn to love fresh, healthy food.