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Crop to Cuisine: October: Beer, Health & the WFP


Crop To Cuisine goes global with Oktoberfest in Palestine & The 2009 World Food Prize. We also take on Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a report connecting diet and breast cancer. Finally we hear from the CDC about their newly released findings on "state by state" fruit and veggie consumption. All that and more.

Guests / Featured People:

- Jaron Gilinsky (Freelance Journalist, Time, NY Times, etc.)

- Gebisa Ejeta, PhD (Professor of Agronomy & 2009 WFP Recipient)

- Heidi Blanck (Nutrition Senior Scientist, CDCEntomologist & Horticulturalist, CSU Boulder Extension) 

- Julie Palmer, Sc.D, (Professor of Epidemiology, Boston University School of Public Health

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