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  • emMcAmerica America Runs on Fast Foodem
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    Mc'America: America Runs on Fast Food

    Mc’America: America Runs on Fast Food was the first prize middle school winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. Ida Chen and Hana Lee, eighth graders at Eastern Middle School in Silver…

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  • emAmerican Food The Culinary Diversityem
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    American Food: The Culinary Diversity

    American Food: The Culinary Diversity was one of the second-prize high school west winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. Geoffrey Kang, Rachel Joo, and Leo Baek, 10th and 11th graders…

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  • emThe Preparation of Foods  From Stone Age to Space Ageem
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    The Preparation of Foods - From Stone Age to Space Age

    This promotional film for microwave ovens shows the development of cooking technology culminating in the use of microwave ovens at NASA’s Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston. The ovens…

    108 views
  • Former FDA Administrator Gottlieb Remarks
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    Former FDA Administrator Gottlieb Remarks

    Dr. Scott Gottlieb spoke at a National Press Club luncheon The former Food and Drug Administration commissioner discussed the future of the agency and why he decided to leave. He also…

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  • Washington Journal Peter Robison Discusses Changes to School Nutrition Standards
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    Peter Robison on Changes to School Nutrition Standards

    Bloomberg News investigative journalist Peter Robison discussed his recent article on changes to school nutrition standards and the role of the U.S. dairy industry. This program is part of a…

    250 views
  • Threats to Food Safety
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    Threats to Food Safety

    U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) presented the findings of its new report on threats to food safety. The report outlined recent outbreaks of salmonella and E. coli and called for…

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  • emThe Poison Squadem
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    The Poison Squad

    Deborah Blum, director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT, reported on the science behind and the development of food safety regulations in the United States.

    929 views
  • Washington Journal Rep Gwen Moore DWI Discusses the Government Shutdown  SNAP Program
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    Representative Moore on the Government Shutdown and SNAP Program

    Representative Gwen Moore (D-WI) talked about the government shutdown and how it was affecting the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

    374 views
  • emTujagues Cookbookem
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    Tujague's Cookbook

    New Orleans is known for its mix of Creole and Cajun cuisines. Host of “Louisiana Eats” and author of Tujague’s Cookbook Poppy Tooker visited Tujagues, one of the city’s oldest restaurants,…

    487 views
  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on the question “Should work requirements for food stamp recipients be increased?”

    590 views
  • emThe Poison Squadem
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    The Poison Squad

    Deborah Blum, director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT, reported on the science behind and the development of food safety regulations in the United States.

    134 views
  • History of Diet and Nutrition Guidelines
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    History of Diet and Nutrition Guidelines

    Professor Ruth MacDonald talked about the history of nutritional standards and government dietary guidelines. She described the shift from preventing disease to promoting optimum health…

    836 views
  • Food During the Great Depression
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    Food During the Great Depression

    Iowa State University Professor Pamela Riney-Kehrberg taught a class on food during the Great Depression. She described the ways families tried to stretch their money and food supply, often…

    1,285 views
  • emFormerly Known as Foodem
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    Formerly Known as Food

    Journalist Kristin Lawless chronicled how food had changed over the past 100 years and the effect of those changes on the human body.

    1,096 views
  • Washington Journal Alan Bjerga Discusses the House GOP Farm Bill
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    Alan Bjerga on House Republican Farm Bill

    Bloomberg agriculture reporter Alan Bjerga discussed the House-passed farm bill that includes new stricter work requirements for food stamp recipients.

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  • Senate Agriculture Committee Considers Farm Bill
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    2018 Farm Bill

    The Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee held a meeting on the 2018 farm bill. The legislation is crafted and passed approximately every five years and covers programs that…

    1,261 views
  • House Members Debate Changes to SNAP Program in Farm Bill
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    House Debate on Farm Bill SNAP Changes

    The House debated changes to the farm bill that would require people who receive food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as “food stamps,”…

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  • House Agriculture Committee Approves Farm Bill 2620
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    Farm Bill Markup, Part 1

    The House Agriculture Committee held a meeting to draft legislation for the 2018 farm bill. Members delivered opening statements followed by discussions of amendments dealing with nutrition…

    1,542 views
  • Consumer Federation of America Food Policy Conference Food Assistance Panel
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    Consumer Federation of America Food Policy Conference, Food Assistance Panel

    Food policy experts talked about food programs. They focused on food programs, specifically the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as “food stamps,” that provides…

    168 views
  • Consumer Federation of America Food Policy Conference Nutritional Information Panel
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    Consumer Federation of America Food Policy Conference, Nutritional Information Panel

    Representatives from the Center for Food Integrity, the Think Healthy Group, and the Center for Science in the Public Interest took part in a panel discussion of the Consumer Federation of…

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