Doug Stephan

07/23/20 - How Misfit Produce Reduces Waste And Provides A Great Product

07/23/20 - How Misfit Produce Reduces Waste And Provides A Great Product

Host and American Family Farmer Doug Stephan www.eastleighfarm.com begins with news that Bayer Pharmaceutical faces tens of thousands of claims for continuing to sell the product Round-Up without a warning label. Now, the company has agreed to pay more than $10 billion to settle its lawsuits and set aside funds for any future cases. Next, we meet Katey Evens, co-founder of The Frozen Farmer, a farm creamery that was recently featured on ABC’s Shark Tank. www.thefrozenfarmer.com She and her husband Kevin own Evans Farms, a nearly 3,000-acre produce and grain operation in Bridgeville, Delaware. The Frozen Farmer utilizes the misfit produce from Evans Farms, helping reduce food waste and creating a value-added product line. The Frozen Farmer Ice Cream treats are sold in 376 chain stores across seven states and they recently launched nationwide shipping. Finally, Farmer Doug opines why we all should teach our children where the food comes from.

Duration: 40 min

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