In this program, the presenters discuss the food industry as well as what makes food fresh, local, and organic. The first presenter explains the hunter-gatherer societies of the past.
The presenters discuss what it means for products to be certified organic, from sustainable agriculture to no chemical additives.
The presenters discuss what it means for food to be locally sourced and the nutritional benefits it can have. Local foods are not always available in some communities.
Credits: Where Does Your Food Come From?
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Enter into the plastic-wrapped world of the food industry's past, present, and future. Students will gain an understanding of what it means for a food to be organic and watch as the Standard Deviants cast discusses fresh, local foods and their alternatives. Topics include: Food Industry, What Is Organic and Fresh?, and Local or Not.
Length: 18 minutes
Copyright date: ©2011
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