The FoodTalk Radio Show: Live From The Takeaway Innovation Expo

The FoodTalk Radio Show

The FoodTalk Radio Show is a brand new show specifically dedicated towards the food sector and the innovators driving the rapidly growing industry forward, and the team behind the show’s creation will be bringing it to audiences at Takeaway Innovation Expo 2016.

Present throughout both days of the show, the FoodTalk Radio Show will be interviewing new and innovative exhibitors, gaining insights into the concepts behind their products, services, and business.

Hosted by Sue Nelson and Paul Andrews, the show’s aim is to promote the work of food tech in the UK, and publicise growing trends in the food sector.

With that objective in mind, the show is therefore a perfect fit for the Takeaway Innovation Expo, an exhibition that has grown a widely recognised reputation for the platform it offers to the innovation present in the food to go sector, and along with its new sister show, Restaurant Tech Live, no event does more for the emerging technology and services forming the future of restaurant and takeaway businesses.

To find out more details on how you can be interviewed on the FoodTalk Radio Show, email Lucy Ellis at, or visit

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The FoodTalk Radio Show has been founded by Sue Nelson, CEO of Breakthrough Funding and Paul Andrews, CEO of Jobs in Kent.

Our new programme has been launched to showcase food innovation and promote artisan producers. Food and drink experts from around the country also help listeners track down the latest food and drink offers available, and show them how to choose the best ingredients and produce.

Sue Nelson is a Tech London Advocate and leads its FoodTech group. She has appeared on nearly every national radio programme in the UK from Radio 1’s Newsbeat to the Today programme and from Jeremy Vine to Radio 4’s The Food Programme. She was formerly CEO of NW Fine Foods and has been a regular guest on television programmes as diverse as Trisha and The Culture Show.

She is obsessed by great food and its provenance and has been a food writer for Cheshire Life and Lancashire Life. She is also author of the NW Fine Food Guide with Simon Rimmer of Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch and Tricks of the Restaurant Trade.

Paul Andrews presents the popular Business Bunker radio programme on Channel Radio and co-presents with Sue. His valuable experience in business is a welcome addition to the show, along with his passion for supporting businesses that operate and make products in Kent.