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Understanding: Frozen Food Industry
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Watch this video to see how spaghetti sauce is made on HowStuffWorks. In 1920, Anna Palmieri's famous sauce became the first commercially available spaghetti sauce in the United States. Today Palmieri Food Products (www.palmierifoods.com) has become synonymous with spaghetti sauce, producing over 100 recipes of their home-cooked to perfection red sauce. See how this famous spaghetti sauce is made in this video from MultiVu.
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SPAM is one of the world's most famous and easily recognized foods. Learn more about SPAM in this video from HowStuffWorks.
G Word: Cacao Processing
Discover how cacao, the plant used to make chocolate, is dried and processed in Costa Rica. Learn more with Stephen Brooks, correspondent on Planet Green's "G Word."
G Word: Origin of Chocolate
On Planet Green's "G Word," correspondent Stephen Brooks visits a cacao farm in Costa Rica where we learn all about the plant seed used to make chocolate.
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