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How do we make sure animals are being farmed safely and who has the main oversight in these areas? You might try asking Dr. Flora-Josephine Hagen Liste, the District Veterinary Officer of Western Iceland in the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority. Host Katy Kieffer interviews Dr. Flora-Josephine about her work in Iceland overseeing farm conditions, and maintaining animal safety. How do the US and the EU differ in animal food production, and what can the USDA learn from Iceland's practices? All this week on What Doesn't Kill You. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard and Winery.

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-- Dr. Flora-Josephine on What Doesn't Kill You


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Published July 31st, 2014

Running time: 25 Minutes

Jason Hinds of Neal's Yard Dairy, Borough Cheese Company and Essex St. Cheese Co. is a pioneer in the artisanal cheese movement. He helped develop Neal's Yard Dairy into one of the most significant food retailers of our time. He started the Borough Cheese Company, which specifically focuses on selling Comté. He's also co-founder of Essex St. Cheese Co., a cheese importer and wholesaler that focuses on a limited number of perfectly ripened classic cheeses, specially selected at the source. This is Jason Hinds' story. This program was sponsored by Edwards VA Ham.

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Continuing the discussion about the importance of cheese importers and distributers to the cheese chain, host Greg Blais chats with Stephanie Ciano and Shelli Morton of Crystal Food Import/World's Best Cheese. Stephanie and Shelli talk about the history of Crystal Food, and how the company has changed the industry and adapted to changes in American cheese culture. During the busy holiday season, cheese shops around the country stock their walk-ins and cheese cases to the brim. Tune in to hear all of the details about how that cheese gets from the farm to the counter from two veterans in the cheese biz. This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"There's exciting things going on in the cheese world beyond what we know now. I was just reading an amazing article about cheese production in India!" [17:00]

"It's great to learn your geography from cheese!" [18:45]

--Shelli Morton on Cutting the Curd

"I do think it's important for retailers to have a close relationship, knowing the product, and being able to reach out to cheese makers." [23:55]

--Stephanie Ciano on Cutting the Curd


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