Nina Pullman

I am an editor and journalist with over 10 years experience specialising in sustainable food, farming and ethical business. I started my career at leading trade magazine Fresh Produce Journal, before freelancing for publications including the Guardian, Huffington Post and The Ecologist. I also co-founded and presented a new food podcast, Who Gives a Fork, with fellow journalist and friend Jez Fredenburgh as we travelled around South and Central America visiting farmers and food producers. In 2018, I joined organic veg box company Riverford to set up and edit a new magazine - Wicked Leeks - joining the dots between the joy of food and the impact of our choices. I have recently joined the BBC Radio 4 team to work as a producer on The Food Programme.

Special subjects

I have in-depth knowledge of food supply chains from the producer and farmer right through to logistics, retail, consumer trends and research, as well as insight into sustainability issues shaping food and other parts of our consumer lifestyles.

Languages spoken

French and Spanish (basic)

Regular work

I am a producer on BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme, where I source, research and produce stories investigating all aspects of food, from politics to cooking.

Advisory boards / Awards

Shortlisted in the British Society of Magazine Editors Awards 2020 in Best Food Magazine. Highly Commended in The Drum Awards for Content 2020 in Best Media Outlet.

Nina Pullman