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Antibiotic use in livestock is a topic that has been discussed many times on Heritage Radio Network, but this week on What Doesn't Kill You, journalist, author and blogger Maryn McKenna explains what's going on in a way that should make it clear for everybody. Maryn McKenna is an independent journalist specializing in public health, global health and food policy. She is a contributing writer for Wired and also for National Geographic’s food-writing platform The Plate, and writes for Scientific American, Nature, Slate, the Guardian, the Atlantic, and other publications in the United States and Europe. She is the author of the award-winning books SUPERBUG, about the global rise of antibiotic resistance, and Beating Back the Devil, about the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and is currently working on a book about food production. She is a Senior Fellow of the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University and a research affiliate at MIT. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"I think that what i see happening is that the market is moving the companies much more than the regulators can." [23:00]

I think of antibiotics are the wizard behind the curtain. They are this thing causing all the other change in the meat industry from 1940 forward." [43:00]

--Maryn McKenna on What Doesn't Kill You

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This week on The Morning After, a solo host, Sari Kamin kicks off the show with some crazy food news including a Walking Dead inspired burger and bit about the Dallas based restaurant, Twin Peaks, that prides itself on the assets of its servers. Speaking of trending chain restaurants, Sari welcomes the first guest of the day, a pro blogger by the name of Vino who is challenging himself to eat at the Olive Garden three times a day for as long as the restaurant's Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion lasts. Vino has documented his journey thus far and takes time out of his day to check in with The Morning After. After the break, Sari welcomes Pam Reed, Bill Reed and Sam Nahid of Humboldt & Jackson, to chat about their beginnings, their goals, and exactly what it takes to open a tasting room from the ground up. Explaining the concept behind a tasting room, the group makes a point that when you're at a place that offers a variety of food and drink, you should be able to taste the menu instead of one particular dish or drink, and do so affordably. And, of course, it couldn't be a complete episode of The Morning After without the quiz at the end of the show! This program has been brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"America was built on the foundation of sustainable farming and I think a lot of these vineyards are bringing it back to that. We try to go biodynamic or organic as much as possible." [34:10]

--Sam Nahid on The Morning After

"If the neighborhood did not like or get what we were doing us we might as well get out." [39:10]

--Bill Reed on The Morning After

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Meet the man from the team that created the “Be All You Can Be” campaign for the Army, helps orchestrate NYC Restaurant Week, and knows what it means to market a diverse group of restaurants - Tracy Nieporent. Tracy is Director of Marketing and Partner, overseeing public relations, communications, promotion, advertising and charitable events for the Myriad Restaurant Group. Its current members now include Tribeca Grill, Nobu, Nobu London, Nobu Next Door, Nobu 57, Bâtard, Acela Club at Citi Field, The Daily Burger at Madison Square Garden, and Crush Wine & Spirits. This week on All in the Industry, he's chatting with Shari Bayer about his work with the Myriad Restaurant Group, the importance of hospitality in NYC and the reason that nothing compares to the experience of eating a great meal at a great restaurant. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"The one trademark that has been key to our restaurants and the vision Drew had is that he wanted everything to be accessible - he didn't want there to be much pretention." [10:00]

"We don't have a lot of industry in New York - we don't manufacture things here. The biggest thing we have to offer is hospitality. we provide entertainment and hospitality - it's our stock and trade. The restaurants are front and center in that experience." [26:00]

--Tracy Nieporent on All in the Industry

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