Josh talks to social justice activist and chef, Kirsty Haigh. She's currently working for Edinburgh's Food For Good Coalition, who've - to date - cooked around 30,000 meals for the people of Edinburgh (the "second cash richest city in the UK", at £16.9bn in 2017 figures).
They also talk about the need for a better work-life balance, zero-hours contracts, changes to the food system and a positive side effect of the lockdown; that men are talking more about their feelings and mental health.
Edinburgh's Food For Good Coalition:
From their crowdfunder website: "It started with a group message and has now evolved into a coalition which makes and distributes meals. We now have a team of volunteer chefs and delivery drivers working in donated kitchen spaces and supporting community organisations. The coalition partners are:"
- Edinburgh Food Social
- Edinburgh Food Festival
- Nourishing Change
- Slow Food Scotland
You'll find Kirsty on Twitter @KirstyEHaigh where she's a constant source of interesting posts on issues around social justice.