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Corn to be Wild

When you think of corn, you might think of the 90s metal band (spelled with a ‘K’ and embodying a raucous explosion of angst and anger). More likely, corn conjures images of a summer barb...

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How Biden is likely to react to Trump administration roll backs on protections for food and farming

The Counter's senior reporter Claire Brown joins Katy Keiffer to describe her team's predictions on rules rolled back by Trump.

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Jennifer Holmes of Hani Honey and Slow Bees at Slow Food Nations 2019

Hannah Fordin got to chat with beekeeper Jennifer Holmes, the founder of Hani Honey Company about how she first fell in love with honey bees, the different varieties of honey in florida, ...

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Let's Have That GMO Conversation! with McKay Jenkins

McKay Jenkins has been writing about people and the natural world for 30 years. His new book is Food Fight: GMOs and the Future of the American Diet (Avery, an imprint of Penguin Random H...

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Gut Oggau

Host Joe Campanale is joined by Stephanie and Eduard Tscheppe-Eselböck of the Gut Oggau winery in Burgenland, Austria. Before starting the winery, Eduard made conventional wine with his f...

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Forbidden Fruit?

Today on Eating Matters, host Jenna Liut speaks with Dr. Urvashi Rangan about Consumer Report's “Crop to Table: Pesticide Report” detailing pesticide use in the US. Dr.

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We Hold These Foodiness Truths to be Self-Evident...

Here, in corporate Big Food America, we apparently hold certain Foodiness truths to be self-evident, which is that all industrially produced foods are created Equal, that they are endowed...

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Twilight Greenaway of Civil Eats

This week on What Doesn't Kill You, host Katy Keiffer is on the line with Twilight Greenaway, Managing Editor of Civil Eats.