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Crop to Cuisine: Garden cocktails, Pakistan flooding, and From Crop to Cup

This week on Crop To Cuisine, we go into the garden in search of cocktails with Paul Abercrombie, Author of “Organic, Shaken and Stirred”. Pakistan is in the midst of the worst flooding disaster in history. The WFP speaks with us about the realities on the ground and what people can do to help. And our series on the most popular beverage in the world continues, From Crop To Cup. All of that, headlines in food and farming, and more.

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