“Retailer,” the new episode of How Great Cities Are Fed, is now available for streaming on the Heritage Radio Network here. In this segment, Karen Karp and Ben Kerrick of Karen Karp & Partners explore the specifics of food retail in NYC and how the retail environment has changed over the past century.
Guests on “Retailer,” the eighth episode in the series, include:
How Great Cities Are Fed takes an in-depth look at 21st-century urban food systems and how they have changed – or haven’t – over the past 100 years. Inspired by the 1929 book of the same title by Walter Hedden, this series brings both contemporary and historical perspectives to the table for fresh and gritty discussions of topics like refrigeration, foodsheds, transportation, and “the middlemen.”
Tune in each month to hear nationally renowned food system consultant Karen Karp and co-host Ben Kerrick of Karen Karp & Partners joined by guest experts and friends from the food sector as they delve into the issues and hidden workings of how our great cities are fed.