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P5.1.3 Farm to Fork Spaghetti

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Lisa Hoefs

on 30 July 2013

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Transcript of P5.1.3 Farm to Fork Spaghetti

Project 5.1.3 - From Farm to Fork
Spaghetti
Meatball (Pig)
Where Produced?
Noodles (Wheat)
Where Produced?
Conclusion
Spaghetti went through a long process to get to a grocery store!

Thank goodness for pigs, tomatoes and wheat to make it from!
Meatball (Pig)
Sauce (Tomato)
Noodles (Wheat)
How Produced?
How Processed?
How Transported?
How Distributed?
Midwest
On a Farm: Primarily Consume Corn & Soybeans
Slaughtered, Made into Meatballs, Packaged
Loaded onto Trucks, Hauled
Sold in Supermarkets, Grocery Store
Pasta Sauce (Tomato)
Where Produced?
How Produced?
How Processed?
How Transported?
How Distributed?
California
In fields or hydroponically
Picked by hand, Washed, Made into Sauce
Boxed & Shipped
Grocery Store or Supermarket
How Produced?
How Processed?
How Transported?
How Distributed?
1. Kansas-Hard Red Winter
2. North Dakota-Hard Red Spring
Row crop in fields
Combined, Milled
Rail, Truck
Grocery Store & Supermarket
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