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This week on Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler is talking with Gus Schumacher, Vice President and Founding Board Chair of Wholesome Wave. Wholesome Wave is a national nonprofit that is helping to reshape the American food system by putting entrepreneurial, innovative thinking to work. The organization partners with farmers and farmers markets, community leaders, healthcare providers, like-minded nonprofits and government entities to implement programs that increase affordable access to healthy, locally grown fruit and vegetables for consumers in underserved communities. Gus discusses how the organization began, their mission, highlights from their work, as well as the change they hope to see come about concerning hunger and agricultural issues in the future. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"I think with the data that we've seen so far doctors are very enthused about the program [Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program]. They now have something to say to a family, not just to hand them medicine to help reduce diabetes but they have a fruit and vegetable prescription for the family as a unit." [25:00]

"With 10 to 13 million Americans now insured through the Healthcare Act, that hospitals are now turning to wellness and prevention." [29:00]

--Gus Schumacher on Eating Matters

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We've all heard of landmine sniffing dogs, but how about landmine sniffing rats? This week on Animal Instinct, host Celia Kutcher gets an update from APOPO (check out APOPO on Episode 13), the organization that trains rats to sniff out landmines as well as tuberculosis. Chatting with US Director, Charlie Richter, about what's new and where the organization is headed, he shares the numbers of current working 'hero rats' and those that are in training to help those in need. He also reminds listeners how exactly the rats detect landmines and TB, all of which upon successful detection is rewarded with a treat. Charlie takes Celia through the life of a hero rat and shares the time he was 'kissed' by a rat! After the break, Charlie explains how dire the landmine situation is in the countries APOPO operates in and reinforces their life-saving work in these underdeveloped nations. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"The average rat passes through the process in 9 months and ultimately they live on average 7 years." [8:05]

"They are pets doing great tasks at the end of the day." [9:10]

"98% of our employees are from the countries they work in. It's a very important part of our core value." [12:55]

--Charlie Richter on Animal Instinct

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There is perhaps no city in the nation more strongly associated with fish than Monterey, CA, home to the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium and the setting for John Steinbeck’s Cannery Row. But most of the seafood harvested from local waters is processed in China and sold to international markets. At Monterey Peninsula Unified School District, food service director Jenn Gerard wants to do something about that. Learn how she’s teamed up with a pioneering CSF (community supported fishery) to purchase Pacific Grenadier for her popular fish tacos. This program was brought to you by Tabard Inn.

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