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From Soy to Bacon! Pigs Powered by Soybeans

Americans love bacon and it’s easy to tell why. From a crispy breakfast side dish to a salty addition to…

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Misleading Marketing in Pork Products

There are a lot of choices to make at the grocery store. Frozen or fresh? Organic or not organic? What…

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Why Do Farmers Use GMOs?

Have you ever wondered why many farmers use GMOs? Researching the question online might lead you to believe that they…

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Food Safety Tips: Rinsing Fruits and Veggies

Wash Away Your Worries About Pesticide Residues On Produce

Pesticide residues on your food can be a scary thought. Maybe the topic crossed your mind while making dinner or…

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8 Tips to Make the Most of Your Farmers Market Trip

A Saturday in the summertime just isn’t complete without a trip to the farmers market. Where else can you connect…

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Tru Shrimp Brings New Type of Farming To South Dakota Hungry for Truth

trū Shrimp Brings a New Type of Farming to South Dakota

It’s no secret: Americans love shrimp. We enjoy it so much we eat about 1.6 billion pounds annually, which equates…

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Rinsing fresh vegetables.

Your One-Stop Guide to Food Safety

As you cook up tasty creations in the kitchen, it’s important to take steps to ensure your activities don’t take…

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Hungry for Truth visits John and Jaclyn Horter Farm to learn about feeding cows and keeping them comfortable in the cold.

Keeping Cows Comfy Through Cooler Temps

The crops may be harvested and the equipment put away, but there’s still plenty to do on South Dakota farms…

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Hungry for Truth Farm to Fork Dinner 2018

Farm-To-Fork Dinner Video Recaps Connections and Conversations

Hungry for Truth’s annual Farm-to-Fork dinner is an opportunity for farmers and South Dakotans to gather around the table, share…

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Andrea with South Dakota farmers Peggy and Brad Greenway in front of their tractor at harvest.

Chatting Sustainability and Food Safety with The Greenways and Hungry For Truth

It’s always a pleasure to sit down and open up a conversation about food and farming with South Dakotans and…

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Hungry for Truth Tips for Hosting the Ultimate Friendsgiving Recipes

The Ultimate Guide for a Great Friendsgiving

We’re used to indulging in traditional dishes on Thanksgiving, like grandma’s pumpkin pie and Aunt Susan’s green bean casserole, but…

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Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides Hungry for Truth

The Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides

Farmers are driven to grow safe and healthy food while protecting the land. That’s why many use pesticides, along with…

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Hungry for Truth Farm to Fork Dinner 2018

Farm-to-Fork Dinner Unites Rural + Urban South Dakotans in Conversations Around the Table

Hungry for Truth held its third annual Farm-to-Fork Dinner in June, bringing to life its mission of uniting farmers and…

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Five Ways EPA Pesticide Reviews Help Keep Your Family’s Food Safe

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) — the agency responsible for evaluating the safety of all new and existing pesticides…

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Hungry for Truth Pesticide application

Getting an Early Start on Crop Protection With the Pazour Family Farm

Bradee Pazour has always been passionate about farming. She grew up on a family farm just outside Chamberlain and married…

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Hungry for Truth Food Safety

Don’t Fear Eating Your Fruits and Veggies

You have probably heard it said, “Eat more fruits and vegetables.” Health experts agree increasing plant-based foods in your diet…

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Hungry for Truth SD Top Similarities Between Organic and Conventional Farming

Top Similarities Between Organic and Conventional Farming

There are a lot of choices when it comes to food in South Dakota grocery stores and farmers markets. “Low…

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Hungry for Truth Pesticides and Food Safety

The Crop Protection and Food Safety Connection

Curious about how pesticides used on the farm translate to the grocery aisles? We recently talked with weed scientist Dr.…

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