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Behind the Beef is an Angus Australia podcast, giving a behind the scenes look across all facets of Angus beef cattle in Australia. For an insight into the latest news, research and developments and programs from Angus Australia, keep an ear out for Behind the Beef!
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The Bovine

Alberta Beef Producers

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Join our hosts as they interview researchers, ranchers, ABP delegates and staff, chefs, nutritionists, and others all along the beef supply chain. You’ll hear content as diverse as the guests who bring it – from cooking beef to managing pastureland, the latest tech to great entertainment, cattle markets to weather predictions, and more. You'll feel motivated to level up your farm management, try new recipes, and perhaps find some entertainment for a long drive.
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New ideas, industry insight and knowledge transfer are key to finding answers to the issues being faced by anyone within the agrifood supply chain in a challenging global landscape. This Podcast is a great way to explore a wide range of key topics from experts in their field, at a time that suits you. From animal health to aquaculture, productivity to precision feeding, genetics to the latest 'green' technologies, each podcast features headline info, insight and discussion with special guest ...
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Texas Slim's Media Production

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TSM is a place for content creator's to share their proof of work in creative ways that support The Beef Initiative. Podcasters, Writers, Videographers, Artists, etc. Texas Slim's Media will be the engine for Value4Value creators.
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The Irish Farmers Journal has over 400,000 weekly print readers (Kantar Media’s 2023 TGI Survey) and was awarded 2023 Irish Media Brand of the Year. Get the latest farming news, prices, analysis and advice from the award-winning Farmers Journal team in our podcasts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Your favorite teacher-comedians from the Bored Teachers Comedy Tours sharing stories and experiences from the classroom and beyond, brought to you by Bored Teachers. Episodes drop every Sunday! Subscribe to Teachers Off Duty Premium on Supercast for: Early access to new episodes Ad-free episodes Bonus games and skits FREE merch Automatic entry into awesome prize giveaways Exclusive access to watch all the Behind-the-Scenes footage of the comedians backstage and on the road during the tour!
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Meatingplace Magazine / Alt-Meat Magazine

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MeatingPod is the podcast of Meatingplace, the premier magazine and news source for the meat and poultry processing industry, and of Alt-Meat, the only business information resource for the exploding alternative meat industry. Each week, our award-winning editorial teams put you in the room as we interview industry thought leaders in business, plant operations, marketing, science and technology on the topics that matter to our community. Tune in on Mondays and get the inside track on the peo ...
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Texas Slim makes a spirited return to broadcasting with his brand-new series, "Yeehaw! Hippy-Punk-Cowboy Talk" This series promises a mix of heartfelt, random musings with a healthy dose of sarcasm and that distinctive West Texas Dirt Road Twang. Slim plans to share tales of his adventures and insights, offering a glimpse into his life, his beginnings, and his clear vision for the future. As someone who's traveled extensively, covering 160k miles across three continents and circling the glob ...
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In foodservice, making smart menu decisions can be the difference between open, and closed. Follow along each week as we try to make sense of the many links in our food service supply chain, and how that affects the food you serve. Saval Foodservice's own veteran purchaser, Tracy Anderson, takes you through the major market updates. Saval Foodservice is a broadline foodservice distributor located in Elkridge, Maryland, and has been a family-owned & operated business since 1932. We serve the ...
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This is NOT your typical, boring food and travel show, we produce a dozen new segments/podcasts every week! This is the ONLY show of it's type to expose the TRUTH about food and travel. We've carved out our own lane covering the contamination of the food supply and the travel restrictions placed upon us. The show also covers data protection, self-sufficiency and homesteading related topics to help protect to us by this evil, corrupt system. A mom, Elizabeth Dougherty is the host, giving the ...
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Let's connect the dots. As America moves into uncharted waters, it’s incredibly important for you to have an honest source of news because right now, what this republic needs more than anything else, are informed citizens who are grounded in facts. Facts Matter investigates complex issues, and then presents the findings in a way that is easy to understand. We work to bring you honest news without spin. We are free from the influence of any government, corporation, or political party. Our goa ...
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Come on out to the farm and meet some Iowa women who cook, farm and know how to do stuff. We garden, raise chickens, hogs, dairy & beef cattle, goats, sheep, and maybe even a peacock or two. We are sassy, strong, independent women sharing our knowledge, recipes, and stories about farm life. So if you are a foodie, interested in raising backyard chickens, knitting a sweater from wool you harvested or just want to eat real food we hope you will listen in to our podcast series. Mary Lovstad, Ch ...
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And we are back with another edition of the American Cattlemen Podcast. American Cattlemen Podcast Host Chap Ramsey & he sits down with Henry Arrowood, Chief Executive Officer for Farmshare, a company that is help Producers access direct to the consumer, and consumers access directly to their food source. Henery will share with us a little bit abou…
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You know that weird feeling when the U.S. Senate passes a seemingly routine spending bill, President Joe Biden signs it into law, and a government shutdown is averted—but then later, you learn that included deep inside this seemingly innocuous bill is a provision to track beef cattle? 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 Specifically,…
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All meat analogue companies face a potentially huge hurdle right out of the gate: The cost of the physical plant necessary to make their particular foodstuffs, whether in the form of bioreactors or extruders or mixers, or any of an endless number of other pieces of equipment. And that doesn’t account for the cost of running and maintaining and mann…
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Get ready to dodge, duck, and dive! Twin with HonestTeacherVibes with the 'Ya'll Gonna Learn Today Crew Neck! https://bit.ly/BTGonLearnToday Welcome back to Teachers Off Duty! Join our hosts KC Mack, Bri Richardson as known as HonestTeacherVibes, and The Angry Gym Teacher himself, Tom Filline for some of the funniest stories that NEVER made it to t…
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Beef production continues to be restrained, but cattle are growing in physical size, thanks to cheap corn. Pricing has taken a pause this week with increases coming soon. Chicken production and demand continue strong. Pricing is moving higher on all products except breasts, which are steady. No new cases of Avian Flu were reported in birds, but two…
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This week, we talked to Adam Woods on the impact the weather has had on the beef trade, Darren Carty on the details of the new sheep scheme and Aidan Brennan on the upcoming breeding season who also talks to Laurence Shalloo on balancing clover Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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We are back with another edition of the American Cattlemen Podcast. Just ahead, we have the Publisher of the American Cattlemen, Gale McKinney, as he sits down with Dr. Robert Wells, the Senior Regenerative Ranching Adviser for the Noble Research Institute. Throughout the conversation, Dr. Wells will share his personal and professional backgrounds …
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On this week’s show we look at another bumper tillage paper that includes the 2024 Crop Protection Magazine. We have an update from agronomists across the country, talk to Steven Kildea about potato blight, Dermot Forristal of Teagasc on getting through work when the weather picks up. We also have an update from the National Fodder and Food Securit…
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Leprino and the UK Agri-Tech Centre have teamed up for Season 1 to discuss various issues in the sector and are joined by a series of special guests. Efficiency! Everyone says you should do it better, but very few tell you how you’re supposed to make that happen. In this episode, Helen Brookes, UK Agri-Tech Centre, and Ben Williams, Leprino Foods d…
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Welcome to another edition of the American Cattlemen Podcast. Just ahead, we have the Publisher of the American Cattlemen, Gale McKinney as he sits down with Ruth Coffey, the President, and Ashley Hughes, the Executive Director of the National Cattle Women’s Association. They will not only share their professional journeys and the association's his…
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Here we go again with another edition of the American Cattlemen Podcast. Just ahead, we have the Publisher of the American Cattlemen, Gale McKinney & he sits down with Billy Law, Director of Big Country Toys. Throughout the conversation, Bill will share his background and describe how he ended up at Big Country Toys. He will share how Big Country T…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth DoughertyThe TRUTH about Food and Travel Broadcast Date: 04/08/2024 Full Show: Both Elizabeth and Michael have been slightly under the weather for the past couple of weeks, so this show aired on Monday, April 8th, just a few hours before the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse. After her Food News and Servers Revenge, Eli…
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Welcome back to the American Cattlemen Podcast…great to have you riding with us again! Comin’ up, we’ll have some cattle news, and then you’ll meet Dr. Bill Julian, who is the founder of ANova Bio Science and something called Promogen. This is something revolutionary that will impact your cattle business right down to those cows and it’s essential …
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Unbeknownst to most people, scientists have begun to conduct a secret experiment that involves shooting aerosols into the sky in the hope of preventing global warming. 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 Specifically, this is a solar geoengineering experiment in San Francisco that’s trying to create brighter clouds that would, in the…
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On this week’s Young Stock Podcast we talk to Conor Condron from Co Offaly. Conor recently started working for commodity consulting company, Black Silo. He wants to see Irish farmers use tools to reduce the risk involved in selling commodities. He was in Brazil at the beginning of the year for the soybean harvest and is travelling to Romania this w…
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Dr. Konrad Ahlin, the senior robotics researcher at the Georgia Tech Research Institute provides updates on the use of flexible automated systems, robotics, artificial intelligence and virtual reality in food processing plants. He also outlines how these advances are affecting plant workers and specific operations like movement of product and maint…
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TWIN with HonestTeacherVibes with the LET TEACHERS TEACH! Tee https://bit.ly/BTLetTeachersTeachTee Welcome back to Teachers Off Duty with our hosts Bri Richardson, KC Mack and joining us one more time, Mark Schumacher! We’re stirring the pot of WILD school cafeteria moments, from ‘Mystery Meat Mondays’ to the insane food fights - cue the battle shi…
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On Friday’s episode of Facts Matter, we went through and detailed how Republicans in Nebraska are currently in the process of trying to change their state’s Electoral College system into a winner-take-all system. The governor and Nebraska state Senate Republicans are trying to get rid of the current system that they have wherein the electoral votes…
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In Nebraska, a senator has just flipped party affiliation, going from Democrat to Republican. This change gives the Republicans a filibuster-proof supermajority that they are now looking to use to change the way that the state doles out Electoral College votes—and in so doing, they might actually swing the results of the 2024 presidential race. 🇺🇸 …
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This week, we chat to Adam Woods on buying stock bulls, Darren Carty on scour in lambs and Aidan Brennan on all things weather and grazing as the rain pours down. We also talk to Edward Healy from Grassland AGRO on managing fertilizer for silage. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Avian flu has spread to dairy cows in six states. Affected milk is being destroyed, but pasteurized milk remains safe for consumption. Three new cases of Avian Flu in chickens were reported, totaling 3.8 million birds. This shouldn't significantly impact availability or pricing, but chicken prices continue to rise weekly. Beef production is still d…
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This week on the podcast Declan O’Brien talks about potential fodder supports that are on the table as well as advice around getting cows out grazing. Anne O’Donoghue and Noel Bardon discuss Kerry top-ups, how BISS applications are progressing and ICSA 2023 accounts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On a previous episode, we discussed how the FDA has just settled its lawsuit against three American doctors—and in so doing, agreed to take down and delete several government webpages that warned people against taking ivermectin. 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 Seeing as how discussing ivermectin seems to be allowed again by the …
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On this week’s tillage podcast we joined contractor John Hughes from Co Kilkenny on the tractor when he was out planting beans on Tuesday, 2 April. He sows beans from Wexford to Westmeath and has a busy time ahead when the weather picks up. We have the latest tillage news, chat with renewables editor Stephen Robb about the upcoming Irish Farmers Jo…
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Over the past week, there have been quite a few developments in the ongoing legal battle facing former President Donald Trump right here in New York (the so-called Stormy Daniels hush money case). 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 Over the weekend, President Trump’s lawyers began pushing to have the judge in the case recuse himself…
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According to the results of a recent study, researchers have found a treatment that completely removed the rectal cancer in every patient that participated. Meaning that every single patient in the study is in remission—and with no chemotherapy, no radiation, and no surgery. Even though the study was small, the results are not only heartening, but …
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty THREE ROCKETS AND AN ECLIPSE WHAT COUD GO WRONG The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 Elizabeth has this week's Travel News... including the story of how NASA plans to launch three rockets around the time of the Total Solar Eclipse on April 8th. ### Each week our listener…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty RESTAURANTS DOING WHAT THEY CAN TO SURVIVE The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 This week on Servers Revenge, one restaurant worker tells what her employee is doing to stay creative and competitive while finding and holding onto qualified BOH (kitchen) staff! ### Each we…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty LED LIGHTING DISCO BALL AND LAVA LAMPS IN THE RV The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 You'll hear how, with new energy efficient LED lighting, you can LIGHT UP your RV! Be fun, be creative. No one says you can't turn it into a fun 70's / 80's nightclub on wheels. ### Eac…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty GRAVE CONCERNS ABOUT THE KEY BRIDGE NARRATIVE The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 While the events in Baltimore Harbor are tragic, several questions have emerges about the events that led up to the Francis Scott Key Bridge disaster. Elizabeth looks at that ship, "The Da…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty CALIFORNIAS NEW MIN WAGE GOES INTO EFFECT The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 Elizabeth has the latest Food News of the Week, including the story of how California's new Minimum Wage Law has gone into effect. What impact will this have on medium sized restaurants that w…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty BIG BOEING NEWS AND DELTA CHASTISED OVER BANANAS The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 In this week's Airline Debacles, the long-awaited resignation of Boeing's CEO has arrived, but there's a catch. Plus, an overreaction by a Delta Sky Miles Club employee has customers go…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty A WARNING ABOUT TAINTED CHICKEN The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 Based on personal experience with the people Elizabeth has come into contact with lately, she looks at one of the world's most important supply of protein... chicken. The news is NOT good! - Chick-Fil-A…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty 2024 EASTER SUNDAY MENU The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 On this Easter weekend, Elizabeth looks at the various dishes most commonly associated with Easter and the best way to present an Easter feast for your family.. ### Each week our listeners get the very latest f…
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In a rare win for election integrity, a federal appeals court has just ruled that mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania do have to be dated in order to be considered valid. 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 This puts an end to a two-and-a-half year long legal battle—which really underscores the difficulty of these election integrity effo…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth DoughertyThe TRUTH about Food and Travel Broadcast Date: 03/30/2024 Full Show: On this Easter weekend, Elizabeth looks at what's REALLY in your chicken, and why it seems people are getting sick after eating it. In her food news of the week, the new minimum wage laws are now in effect in California... what will …
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In this week’s Young Stock Podcast, Peter Thomas Keaveney speaks with Conor Trimble at the Claas UK headquarters in the south east of England. The County Down man works for Claas UK, the distributor of all Claas products such as tractors, combines, forage harvesters and grassland equipment for the Irish and UK markets. We are currently recording th…
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In this episode, Dr. Casey Owens and Dongyi Wang of the University of Arkansas discuss new advances in identifying quality defects on the chicken processing line and advances in robotics that can handle repetitive line functions like chicken hanging. Our guests also outline how students at the university are benefitting from internship opportunitie…
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Haircut empire in the bathroom: an SRO's wildest crackdown…. Match HonestTeacherVibes with your own "I Need to Pee" Tee! https://bit.ly/BTIneedtoGoTee We totally didn’t make these up…. Welcome back to Teachers Off Duty with our hosts KC Mack, Mark Schumacher, and Bri Richardson aka HonestTeacherVibes! You assumed the classroom was for ABCs and 123s…
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In a major win for doctors fighting back against the government, the FDA agreed to remove both the social media posts and government webpages urging Americans to not take ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19. 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 The settlement, which came out of a federal court in the Southern District of Texas, has…
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A jury in Wisconsin found an election official to be guilty of ballot fraud. 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 Specifically, an election official in Milwaukee named Kimberly Zapata in November 2022 fraudulently requested absentee mail-in ballots and sent them to the address of someone who wasn’t even expecting them. However, not ev…
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This week, Adam Woods reports on the good mart trade for cattle, Martin Merrick talks about record land prices and rising concrete costs and Aidan Brennan talks about the impact of continued bad weather, fodder and the latest on milk prices Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Chicken pricing is moving up again for next week, wings, boneless breasts and tenders are all getting more money. Production is increasing weekly, but demand is still strong, and everything is getting sold. Hatch rate is down again for last week to 78.9%. Anything under 80% is a concern but we are seeing lower hatch rates for several weeks now. Hop…
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At this moment, in America, there is no distinction within the U.S. Red Cross between blood that was donated by vaccinated versus unvaccinated individuals. 🇺🇸 Epoch Times 25¢ Sale: https://ept.ms/RomanSale1 When you donate blood, the organization asks you whether you’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine, but that has nothing to do with your eligibility…
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Texas Slim makes a spirited return to broadcasting with his brand-new series, "Yeehaw! Cowboy Talk." This series promises a mix of heartfelt, random musings with a healthy dose of sarcasm and that distinctive West Texas Dirt Road Twang. Slim plans to share tales of his adventures and insights, offering a glimpse into his life, his beginnings, and h…
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This week’s tillage podcast is packed with news, technical information and interviews. We have the latest on the Food Vision Tillage Report, an interview with the manager of the Kepak Farm in Co Meath, an update on potato blight, a suggested new tillage scheme and much more. As always we have the grain market and weather report. The Tillage Podcast…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty UNITED AIRLINES IN DAMAGE CONTROL MODE The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/23/2024 United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby sent out a “Letter to the Public” this week trying to reassure the public that flying with his airline is safe. Kirby writes, “You can be confident that every time…
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Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty TOP 10 SAFE EASTER EGG DYES The TRUTH about Food and Travel Original Broadcast Date: 03/23/2024 On this week's Top 10, a look at all the safe food products that can be used to dye Easter Eggs. With these tips, you and your little bunnies can decorate eggs without using harsh chemicals. ### Each week o…
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