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Chefs Tell the Story of Farmers on the EATYALL Podcast

OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. -- In weekly episodes, the EATYALL Podcast offers noteworthy content crafted especially for chefs and food enthusiasts. The EATYALL Podcast offers candid access into the reality of food production, often in stark contrast to the flood of misinformation that has dominated media in recent years. In each episode, EATYALL Founder and Podcast Host Andy Chapman brings chefs along who serve as guest hosts of the podcast.

Together, they visit a farm, experiencing the day-to-day operations firsthand, alongside the farmer. Often recording live on location, they share their experience, taste ingredients, conduct farm interviews and connect you with new ingredients.

EATYALL has been connecting chefs to better ingredients for more than a decade. Hundreds of chefs around the globe trust EATYALL to help them thoughtfully source better ingredients. Similarly, farmers and farm industry groups trust EATYALL to share the flavor, nutrition, food safety and availability of their products to chefs and consumers.

EATYALL is best known for their extremely successful overnight Chef Camps that immerse chefs in life at the farm. When the pandemic struck and gatherings were cancelled, EATYALL founders Marianna and Andy Chapman expanded their well-established podcast platform to provide an additional avenue for chefs to learn more about the food they serve and to discover new ingredients.

Katelyn Hawkins, Director of Product Marketing, Kentucky Beef Council, described her experience working with the EATYALL Podcast like this: "[Their] passion to forge relationships between farm families and chefs to bridge the gap between perceptions of agriculture and fact can be seen in every conversation, podcast episode, social media post and all other facets of their business. The solid foundation they have built in the digital space allowed for them to pivot...during the pandemic while allowing their partners to achieve success in their investment with EATYALL."

Podcast audiences are on the rise, with over 100 million Americans tuning in every month, according to several Neilson and Edison Research. With educational podcasts soaring in popularity, the EATYALL Podcast offers an honest look at American food farming and helps listeners connect with new ingredients.

Listen to the EATYALL Podcast on iTunes, Android, Spotify, TuneIn Radio and other listening platforms. A video version of the EATYALL Podcast can be found on YouTube. Follow @letseatyall on social media platforms for details on podcast updates and new episode alerts. Learn more and subscribe to your favorite platform easily at https://eatyall.com/eatyallpodcast/.

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Marianna Chapman
COO, EATYALL
+1-662-392-1179
marianna@eatyall.com

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EATYALL Launches New Program that Provides Resources to Chefs and Sampling Opportunities for Farmers

OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. -- EATYALL founders, Andy and Marianna Chapman, plan to send hundreds of Chef Care Packages to hardworking chefs in 2021.

The Chapmans have built relationships with chefs around the globe for over a decade, assisting them in their search for better ingredients and taking them for "boots-on-the-ground" immersive Chef Camps around the U.S. For the last 10 months they have brainstormed how best to help chefs who have struggled to conform to new restrictions, reduced staff and stringent health codes while continuing the essential work of product sampling.

Opportunities for product sampling have dwindled during the pandemic. Trade shows and festivals have been a great resource for many years but most have been postponed with no reschedule date. EATYALL's own popular Chef Camps have been paused for the safety and concern of the chefs and farmers, yet their focus remains on helping chefs thoughtfully source ingredients. The Chef Care Package Program continues this connection in a surprisingly analog method... snail mail.

"It's really been neat to see the fusion of inspiration and encouragement, something every chef in America can use right now. I've gotten messages from each chef who got a package, and it seemed like it made their month to be remembered during this time," said Andy Chapman, CEO of EATYALL.

EATYALL's Chef Care Packages began rolling out last month with the first boxes filled with samples from the Georgia Pecan Growers Association. The attractive boxes were packed with pecans, handwritten cards and small gifts. They felt more like a curated gift than a sampling program. EATYALL is focused on creating an experience that not only provides product information but unites the recipients in a digital community where they can share photos or recipes using the ingredients they receive.

"There's no magic wand in marketing, but sending great products with handwritten notes of encouragement have gotten a tremendous and inspiring response from chefs and farmers alike," Chapman adds.

Care package themes will vary each month highlighting different industry partners and farms. Producer groups can encourage and equip chefs that fit their target market by joining the EATYALL Chef Care Package Program.

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Media Contact:
Marianna Chapman
COO, EATYALL
+1-662-392-1179
marianna@eatyall.com
Web: https://eatyall.com/

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