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FRESH FROM THE WORLD: WHERE YOUR FOOD COMES FROM
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FRESH FROM THE WORLD: WHERE YOUR FOOD COMES FROM

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This interdisciplinary program uses animation to introduce students to the history of many of our favorite foods, as well as how and where they’re grown and processed and how they get to us.

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