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The State of American Drinking Water

Legal expert Valerie Baron from Natural Resources Defense Council joins to discuss the existential threat to safe, available drinking water across the United States.

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BONUS: Eating and Cooking During Chemotherapy

When someone you love is sick, sending food is often the first way we show our love and support. It can offer satisfaction and heartiness when a hug is not possible.

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What Has the Vaccine Rollout Been Like for Restaurant Workers?

Cities across the country have struggled with the speed, efficiency, and equity of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout. This episode examines the logistics, workplace politics, and questions of ...

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The latest on COVID-19 in food processing with Leah Douglas

In this update, Leah talks about her most recent piece for FERN detailing how numbers are underreported in meatpacking plants in North Carolina, and no agency is regulating them.  

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Meat Industry gets its way on line speeds

Amanda Hitt from the Government Accountability Projects Food Integrity campaign comes back to talk about the increases in line speed jammed through by the industry and the Trump administr...

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How Can Eaters and Restaurants Have a Safe Thanksgiving?

Due to the increasing number of covid cases across the US, the CDC has recommended that people celebrate the holiday with people in their own households. This means, the best advice is to...

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Where Hot Hipsters Go To Meet Hot Hipsters (feat. Arielle Johnson)

On today's episode of Ketchup Issues Dave, Nastassia, and The Rest are joined by Arielle Johnson. She talks a bit about her forthcoming book, Flavorama, and answers lots of listener quest...

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Where is OSHA in meatpacking?

Tom Philpott of Mother Jones discusses his recent story about Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and how he has steered the industry away from safety for workers.

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Where is OSHA in meatpacking?

Tom Philpott of Mother Jones discusses his recent story about Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and how he has steered the industry away from safety for workers.  

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A Growing Pandemic: Farmers and Markets in NYC

New York is now considered the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the US, but GrowNYC has kept Greenmarkets open while adjusting operations to continue to serve the city’s residents an...