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Food Non-Fiction

Food Non-Fiction tells the incredible true stories behind food. Every week, we pick a food topic and delve deep into its history and fascinating facts. We look forward to taking you on this wild food journey, through history, and around the world.
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Now displaying: April, 2016
Apr 25, 2016

We talk to the Hershey community archivist, Pam Whitenack and her colleagues about what it is really like to live in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Hershey is a model community that was built by Milton Hershey - the founder of The Hershey Company. It was built as a place for The Hershey Company employees to live. Unlike other factory towns, it was built with care and love, with great transportation, entertainment, and aesthetics.

Special Thanks to Our Interviewees:

Pam Whitenack and Anthony Haubert of the Hershey Community Archives

Thank You to Looperman Artists for the Music:

Poppy Acoustic by BradoSanz
Poppy Acoustic 2 by BradoSanz
Poppy Acoustic 3 by BradoSanz
Poppy Acoustic 4 by BradoSanz
Bright Absurdity Hip-hop Piano by JulietStarling
1950s Rock-N-Roll Piano Riff by rasputin1963
Going Up by LarsM
Nights Strings HD by jawadalblooshi
FX - 34 - 80 Bpm by SoleilxLune

Apr 13, 2016

This is a very special Food Non-Fiction podcast episode. We had the immense pleasure of interviewing one of Time's 100 Most Influential People in the Heroes category of 2010. Her name is Temple Grandin. She is a professor of animal science at Colorado State University. In North America, over half the cattle are handled in the humane systems designed by Dr. Grandin.

Thank You to Our Esteemed Guests:

Temple Grandin

Christopher Monger

Mark Deesing

Special Thanks to:

David Porter and Rachel Winks of Cabi.org for all your help.

Thank You to Looperman Artists for the Music:

Memories Acoustic 1 by BradoSanz 

Ambellient by Danke

Primitive Piano by Danke 

Nasty Patterns 4 by flsouto

Funky Guitar by Neems 1 by Neems

Whats Goin Down by rasputin1963

Concert Cello - Heaven by kickklee

Piano Quality Cajsa by MINOR2GO

SynCato by DesignedImpression

Credit to Rosalie Winard for the photos of Temple Grandin

Apr 7, 2016

In this Food Non-Fiction podcast episode, we tell the incredible true story of The Poison Squad.

Thanks to Looperman Artists for the Music:

SynCato by DesignedImpression
1950s Rock N Roll Piano Riff by rasputin1963
Food non-fiction 1 & 2
Funky Guitar by Neems 1 by Neems

Special thanks to the musician, truekey, for writing music for Food Non-Fiction:
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Twitter: @truekeymusic

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