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Published on January 5, 2008

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WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Apple Juice :  Apple Juice By Andrew, Andrew, and Lindley Treetop Apple Juices’ water:  Treetop Apple Juices’ water Most water comes from local resource Some water comes from the Selah River (eastern Washington) Water also comes from Dams on Columbia and Snake rivers Run-off is absorbed into the ground Pesticides are ecologically safe The Process:  The Process First the fresh fruit from Washington growers are shipped to warehouses They store apples for off season production Fifty tons of apples an hour are washed There are four stages of cleaning (squeaky clean!) Cut in a huge blender then all possible juice is drained at 4,000 times greater then gravity Solids are not wasted, cattle or human consumption The Process (continued):  The Process (continued) The taste is seven times the original strength by a certain consistency A single gallon of essence provides flavor for 150 gallons of single strength apple juice. Computers monitor the blending process Straws and packages applied Sterilized at 195 degrees and then cooled to 70 degrees Shipped to distributors all over the world Facts:  Facts Processes about 200,000 tons of apples per year (Tree top) There are more than 40 taste testers in the Tree Top factory More then 100 different sized packages available THE END:  THE END All information came from the Tree Top website or from their hotline WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Slide9:  www.topsmarkets.com/Come_Inside/ Produce/Bananas/bananas.htm Slide10:  The biggest producers of bananas are: Honduras Philippines Columbia Panama Ecuador Costa Rica www.chiquita.com Location of plantations Slide11:  Bananas are shipped out in special crates to protect them. It takes about one business week (4-5 days) for bananas to reach the mainland. It takes around 90-120 workdays to harvest. http://www.environmental.uwaterloo.ca/images/ocean.jpg http://www.yogaatsea.com/ocean.jpg Slide12:  Chiquita is approved for being eco-OK They have set aside many acres and reforested them to make sure our children do not have only a vivid picture to remind them of the beauty of the rainforest. Average temperature of plantation is 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Average annual rainfall: 100 inches Slide13:  Banana plants are big, and take about 6 months to mature. Certain types of soil are needed in order for plants to grow. Before planting, 3ft. Holes are dug in rows. Then, seeds are placed in. While growing, banana plants are covered to protect them from weather. Each morning, crop is sprayed via air to protect the bananas. WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Big Vanilla:  Big Vanilla Sherin, Russ, and Wyatt Big vanilla® is a registered trademark of wells’ dairy, inc, Le Mars, IA 51031-U.S.A, Inc. Nutrition:  Nutrition Serving size one sandwich Calories 280 110 from fat Total fat 12 grams Saturated fat 7 grams Cholesterol 35 mg Sodium 230 mg Potassium 130 mg Carbohydrate 39 g Sugar 22 g Protein 4 g Ingredients :  Ingredients Milk Cream Buttermilk Sugar Whey Corn syrup Vanilla extract Mono Diglycerides Calcium Sulfate Guar gum Carob bean gum Polysorbate 65 Carrageenan Artificial flavor Annatto (for color) Origin:  Origin Ice cream From local dairies in Le Mars, Iowa Wafers From various whole sale suppliers (it’s not chocolate, it’s carob) How does it get to you?:  How does it get to you? Made in Iowa Shipped to Phoenix And then to us! (available at your local cafeteria or grocery store) The End!:  The End! WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Carnation Hot Cocoa :  Carnation Hot Cocoa By Amanda Becky & Colleen Slide24:  We would like to inform you that all information on this presentation is what nestle probably uses in this hot cocoa, but as everything about their product is proprietary, we cannot be sure. The Sugar:  The Sugar Because everything that we asked was proprietary, we decided to find where most sugar comes from When we asked them they said that they use both sugar cane and sugar beets Sugar Cane comes from: Many South American countries, Tropical areas We focused on Blue River, Belize, which, in addition to producing sugar, also is a great tourist sight How to Grow Sugar:  How to Grow Sugar It is the oldest cultivated crop in the world Some types can grow to be as tall as a house It takes 12 months to 2 years to grow and harvest the crop It requires a tropical climate By Colleen McCullough Sugar Cane:  Sugar Cane These are pictures of sugar cane, which came from Blue River, Belize http://www.sugarweb.co.uk/sugar/cane/growing.html Sugar Cane originated in New Guinea as a type of grass Why it is called “Carnation”:  Why it is called “Carnation” The cows, and milk used to (and might still) come from Carnation, WA The old carnation plant, is now a training center by Nestle. CHOCOLATE:  CHOCOLATE Species Name: Theobroma cacao Cacao Tree bears fruit after 3 years The tree can live to be 100 years old! Needs a year round daytime temperature between 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit to grow Slide32:  The little pods hanging to the tree trunk are cacao pods Commercial Types of Cocoa:  Commercial Types of Cocoa Criollo Forastero Trinitaio Hawaiian Producer Areas of Cacao:  Producer Areas of Cacao Tropical and Subtropical places such as: Brazil Africa Malaysia Hawaii Bibliography:  Bibliography http://www.hawaiianchocolate.com/growing/facts.html http://www.gerkenscocoa.com/pages/beans-1.htm http://www.sugarweb.co.uk/sugar/cane/growing.html WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports French Fries:  French Fries Nathan Beauchamp – Mustafaga, Sean Holt and Lindsay Hull What You Probably Already Know:  What You Probably Already Know They don’t come from France They aren’t made by Lakeside They are made from potatoes What You Want To Know:  What You Want To Know Where the potatoes come from How they are grown Who harvests them What they are cooked in What spices are used Where They Come From:  Where They Come From All our French fries are made from Washington grown potatoes The major potato growing region in Washington is the Columbia Basin from central Grant County extending south to the Oregon Border.  It includes large parts of Grant, Adams, Franklin, Benton, and Walla Walla Counties. What Spices Are Used:  What Spices Are Used Food Services of America salt black pepper Our own kitchen spices paprika granulated garlic cayenne pepper How Are They Grown :  How Are They Grown The potatoes 100% irrigated Irrigated by way of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project Fertilizers and Chemicals Nitrogen Herbicides (Plants) Insecticides (Insects) Fungicides (Funguses) What They Are Fried In :  What They Are Fried In Fries are partially fried in vegetable oil before being frozen Resources:  Resources http://www.fsafood.com WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Gushers, The Mystery Fruit:  Gushers, The Mystery Fruit By Tony S. Flora W. And Duncan M. Ingredients: The untold Story:  Ingredients: The untold Story Pears From Concentrate Orange Juice From Concentrate Sugar Dried Corn Syrup Corn Syrup Modified Corn Starch Fructose Strawberries from Concentrate Partially Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil Grape Juice From Concentrate Maltodextrin Carrageenan Citric Acid Glycerin Distilled Monoglycerides Sodium Citrate Malicacid Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Dextrose Natural Flavor Potassium Citrate Agar-Agar Red 40 Xanthan Gum Corn Syrup: Who is it?:  Corn Syrup: Who is it? A thick, sweet syrup created by processing cornstarch with acids or enzymes. Corn syrup comes in light or dark forms. Light corn syrup has been clarified to remove all color and cloudiness; dark corn syrup, which has caramel flavor and coloring added to it, has a deeper color and stronger flavor. Because it inhibits crystallization, corn syrup is particularly popular as an ingredient in frosting, candy, jams and jellies. It's also used as a pancake syrup, either maple-flavored or plain. Duncan’s Gusher thoughts:  Duncan’s Gusher thoughts They're good the gooey stuff is good. The gushing feels weird but tastes good I like the way it is bright red but feels squishy in my hand. Corn oil: Where it’s Hiding:  Corn oil: Where it’s Hiding With some grains and nuts it is very easy to see where the oil comes from. For example, if you squeeze a sesame seed or a sunflower seed between two sheets of paper, you can see the oil. Corn isn't quite that oily, but it does contain oil. A kernel of corn has an outer husk surrounding a white or yellow starchy substance. At the core of the starchy substance and toward the pointy end of the kernel is the germ. The germ contains a small amount of oil. If you cut a popcorn kernel in half, you can see the husk, starch and germ. If you cut out the tiny piece of germ and squeeze the germ on a piece of paper, you will see the oil! Tri-Cities:  Tri-Cities The weather in the tri cities are is sometimes windy The people who make gushers have a HQ in the tri cities area. Tony’s take on Gushers:  Tony’s take on Gushers Gushers are slimey Gushers are yummy Gushers are gooey GUSHERS ARE GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Gushers By Flora:  Gushers By Flora WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports The Life and Times of a Hotdog:  The Life and Times of a Hotdog Presented by Devin Peterson, Sarah DeSoto and Ellen Fitzharris What Company Produces it?:  What Company Produces it? Food Services of America SaraLee’s BallPark Hotdogs SaraLee has factories all over the country, but they were unable to tell us exactly which one our hotdogs came from. Ingredients:  Ingredients Beef Water Corn syrup Salt Potassium Lactative Flavorings Sodium Phosphate Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) Sodium Nitrite Extractives of Paprika Nutrition Facts:  Nutrition Facts How is the Hotdog Made?:  How is the Hotdog Made? Blend meat spices, ice chips and curing ingredients Mixture is stuffed into cellulose cases (paper-like), some have natural casings (intestines) Smoked Showered with cold water Pealed if they have cellulose cases Packed and are vacuum sealed Shipped off to stores near you Warning!:  Warning! If you buy a package of hot dogs and it clearly says “with variety meats”,n you could be eating any muscle from the animal’s body! Ex. Hearts, intestines, etc The People at SaraLee:  The People at SaraLee “Hello, we’re doing a project for school about hotdogs, could you help us by answering some of our questions?” “Uh…I can try.” “Okay, do you know where the meat in the hotdogs comes from?” “ Well, the meat comes from the pork.” “ Uh, yeah, I got that part. But no, I mean what farms and stuff like that.” “Oh, we don’t know that. There are farms that the meat could come from all over the country.” “Okay, um, what plant were our hotdogs made at? The number on the package was: 537926.” *silence* “Hello? Sir? He hung up.” *BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP* WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports The Mystery of Mustard:  The Mystery of Mustard By Isabel Hujoel, Peri Sasnett and Eddie Carlson The History of Mustard:  The History of Mustard Mustard has always been an important part of daily life In ancient times people used mustard for medicinal purposes Also, throughout history, people have used it as a unique flavoring to their foods The Mystery of Mustard Ingredients of Mustard:  Ingredients of Mustard Water Distilled Vinegar Yellow Mustard Seed Salt Turmeric Spices The Mystery of Mustard Slide66:  The seeds used in our mustard are of the yellow variety. The Mystery of Mustard Slide67:  Here is a field of mustard seed growing The Mystery of Mustard WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Slide69:  And How They Get To Your Table By: Elizabeth Harlow, Austen Brandford, and Nate Leonard-Berliner Ingredients in Sunchips:  Ingredients in Sunchips Corn Partially hydrogenated canola oil and/or sunflower oil Whole wheat Rice flour Oat flour Sugar Salt Slide71:  The Frito-Lay people wouldn’t give us this information, but based on where Frito-Lay’s plants are and other information, we think that the ingredients may be grown in and brought from these places: Corn—Sidney, Illinois and Gothenburg, Nebraska Wheat, More Corn, and Soy—The Archer Daniels Midland Company Food Oils Group (in Illinois) But why won’t Frito-Lay talk…. Where do these ingredients come from? Why Won’t Frito-Lay Talk?:  Why Won’t Frito-Lay Talk? We think that Frito-Lay may not be telling us where the ingredients come from because some ingredients, like the corn, may be genetically modified, although Frito-Lay claims that they do not purchase genetically modified corn due to consumer pressure. Please note: While this is a theory, we have no direct links pointing towards genetically modified corn in Sunchips specifically, although we do toward other Frito-Lay products. Genetic Modification:  Genetic Modification Genetic modification, or genetic engineering, is the process of adding genes to something to alter its genetic makeup. For example, if someone wanted to try to breed a purple cow, they could add a “purple gene” to a cow’s DNA. Most commonly, however, in grain products like the Sunchips we researched, it is used to make the plants grow bigger, or in different climates, or just to create the kind of plant the growers want. Genetic engineering does have some cons, and many oppose it. As we mentioned, we think that this is why Frito-Lay wouldn’t give us any specifics. Summary:  Summary So, it all basically boils down to this: Sunchips contain mostly corn, oil, and a couple other grains and flours. Frito-Lay won’t tell us where these ingredients are grown or how they get to us, which we think is due to possible genetic modification of the corn in Sunchips. However, we think that the ingredients are grown mainly in Illinois and Nebraska. From there, it probably is taken in a truck to a plant somewhere in the state of Washington, manufactured, sold to distributors, and then finally to Lakeside. Bibliography:  Bibliography We’d like to give a big thanks to Brian Gershon and Peter Hayes for helping us find information when we couldn’t get anything from Frito-Lay. The pictures used in this presentation (aside from the one on our opening slide) were found using a Google search. And, lastly, some of the information we found on genetic engineering of products was found using an Ask Jeeves search. WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Teriyaki Chicken: And Where It Comes From By Estee, Jill, Marcus, and Ben:  Teriyaki Chicken: And Where It Comes From By Estee, Jill, Marcus, and Ben So How Does Our Cafeteria Make Teriyaki Chicken?:  So How Does Our Cafeteria Make Teriyaki Chicken? The recipe itself is pretty basic: Marinate (soak) chicken into the sauce. Bake in the oven for no more than half an hour. You can add more sauce to chicken while baking. The Sauce:  The Sauce Main Ingredients: Recipe: Soy Sauce Water Sugar Sesame Oil Garlic NOTE: These are the basic ingredients. Our School has its own recipe Mix together thoroughly before soaking into the chicken. The Chicken:  The Chicken From George’s Farm in Springdale, Arkansas 3 different breeds: Habbard, Ross, and Cross Feed: malo meal, corn, beans (the food is grown by themselves in farms in Nebraska and Iowa The Chicken Continued:  The Chicken Continued Raised in houses that fit 1600-2200 chickens, depending on the age of the house. How they are killed: Stunned by electric shock Severe the throat from the body. Cut and cleaned by machines Packaged and sent directly to our Cafeteria, probably frozen. Thank you for your time!:  Thank you for your time! WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports What’s in Your Chimichanga?:  What’s in Your Chimichanga? By Betsy, Philip, and Elizabeth G. Ingredients in a Chimichanga:  Ingredients in a Chimichanga Tortilla- flour, vegetable oil, water, baking powder, UDR gum Filling- beef flavoring, (for beef chimichanga) salt, crushed tomatoes, green bell peppers, vegetable oil, ground beef or chicken, water, green chilies, cheddar cheese, tomato paste, modified starch CHIMICHANGAS Where Stuff Comes From:  Where Stuff Comes From The cheese and beef are both domestic (from the U.S.) The chimichangas are made at Fernando’s Foods in California, and come here frozen via Food Services of America. The cooks defrost and cook them and serve them to you. CHIMICHANGAS WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports You Don’t Know Where That Pizza’s Been:  You Don’t Know Where That Pizza’s Been By Michael Moore, Nate Benjamin and Dylan O’Shea Who Makes Your Pizza?:  Who Makes Your Pizza? The pizza here at Lakeside is delivered straight from Romio’s Pizza. Then it is warmed up and specially prepared by our magnificent Lakeside chefs. What Makes A Pizza?:  What Makes A Pizza? Vantagio cheese. Bella Orto tomato sauce from Italy. Bread. Many secret ingredients that we do not have authority to talk about. Vantagio Cheese:  Vantagio Cheese An Italian Cheese that is specially prepared with bufala. After being shaped it is smoked. The Problem with Finding Information about Pizza.:  The Problem with Finding Information about Pizza. We encountered several obstacles when we tried to find out about the pizza’s ingredients. One was that they are almost all genuine Italian ingredients, and so our sources were in Italian, and very hard to translate. The other was that almost all of the ingredients were ‘top secret’ and ‘confidential.’ Where Your Hamburger Comes From:  Where Your Hamburger Comes From By Lauren, Kevin & Danny How Young Cows Are Raised:  How Young Cows Are Raised Most baby cows that are turned into meals graze the first year of their lives on private lands in the Midwestern united states. At age one, the cows are loaded into a cattle-car and sent to a feed lot in Colorado. What They Are Fed:  What They Are Fed Cows at the Colorado feedlot spend six months eating corn, soy bean meal, sorghum and barley.    Every 1.2 pounds of feed the cows eat turn into a quarter-pound patty of meat. How They Are Killed:  How They Are Killed After they are fat enough (usually between 1,000 and 1,200 lbs.) they are shipped off to a slaughterhouse. There, they are supposed to be shot with a stun-gun, so that they can’t feel the pain when their necks are sliced. However, most slaughterhouses skip this procedure. Then what happens?:  Then what happens? After they are killed, “they” are sent to a packaging plant, where “they” are wrapped between little squares of wax paper, or saran-wrap, and sent to places like McDonalds, or our own school cafeteria. The Environmental Effects of Your Burger :  The Environmental Effects of Your Burger Producing just one hamburger uses enough fossil fuel to drive a small car 20 miles. The greenhouse gases emitted in producing your burger were equivalent to those emitted in a six-mile commute by car. Raising animals for food consumes more than half of all water used in the U.S. Of all agricultural land in the U.S., 87 percent is used to raise animals for food. That’s 45 percent of the total land mass in the U.S. About 260 million acres of U.S. forest have been cleared to create cropland to produce feed for animals raised for food. The world’s cattle alone consume a quantity of food equal to the caloric needs of 8.7 billion people. Facts :  Facts Number of cows and calves slaughtered every 24 hours in the US: 90,000 The amount of water that goes into a 1,000 pound steer would float a (Naval) destroyer. THE END:  THE END WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Chicken Fingers:  Chicken Fingers By Matt and Roxy Where do they come from:  Where do they come from Lakeside gets all it food from FSA Foods They get their chicken from Foster Farms The supposed “Washington Grown Chicken” is really grown in a ranch down in California. The Trouble with Foster Farms:  The Trouble with Foster Farms They have a loop of customer service problems They can only answer my question at 5 o’clock in California Even though their website says that they can be reached any time The Batter:  The Batter They use wheat from the Wheat Association of America WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Slide109:  By Annie Fassler, Kathleen Gill, and Mae Rice Slide110:  Key States with no factories – orange States with 1 –3 factories – red States with 4 – 7 factories – blue Slide111:  AND WHAT SORT OF THINGS GO INTO THE FACTORIES…. TO MAKE SUN CHIPS? Slide112:  YOU BE JUDGE!   WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Where Does Food Come From?:  Where Does Food Come From? Peppermint Tea The Ingredient:  The Ingredient Peppermint Peppermint Fields The Peppermint Comes From…:  The Peppermint Comes From… Oregon! Bend Madras Map:  Map Harvested by Migrant Workers:  Harvested by Migrant Workers Trucked to Warehouse:  Trucked to Warehouse The End:  The End Thank you for watching our presentation. WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Slide122:  By Jeremy Larus-Stone and Chas Todd Customer Service:  Customer Service We e-mailed the people at Frito-Lay®, but they would not directly answer our questions. So, we finally got them to send us a packet of information about their products. This packet did not have what we were looking for, but it did have other facts about Sunchips®. In the following presentation, all of the information is from the packet. Made By FritoLay:  Made By FritoLay Sunchips® are made by the giant company, FritoLay®. There is no Sunchips company--when we e-mailed them, we got Frito-Lay® instead. Frito-Lay® is located in Plano, Texas. Sun Chips History:  Sun Chips History 1990-Sunchips® are introduced in the test markets in Minnesota and Wisconsin. 1991-Sunchips® are introduced nationally in Original and French Onion Flavors. 1991-Sunchips® becomes one of the top 15 snack chip brands within the first year. 1992-Harvest Cheddar (flavor) is released. Where do they come from?:  Where do they come from? WE DON’T KNOW! No matter how hard we tried, we couldn’t figure it out. We do know however that: Frito-Lay® is located in Texas, so we can guess that they manufacture their products in Texas, too. As a big business, they probably get their ingredients from all over the country, and wherever they can find them cheapest. Bibliography:  Bibliography www.FritoLay.com www.Google.com http://shop.store.yahoo.com/drsoda/fritolaychips.htmlhttp://shop.store.yahoo.com/drsoda/fritolaychips.html Frito-Lay® customer service WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports The First Stage:  The First Stage Treetop apples come from a farm in Eastern Washington Most apples go to straight to the market, but 1/8 come to tree top 1/3 of those go to be made into other products The “Peelers”:  The “Peelers” These apples are called peelers Workers hand sort apples to be used A machine tests there firmness They are next brought to the storage bins The Journey:  The Journey Now the apples are ready to travel to the Tree Top facilities The peelers get nice, comfy bins to ride in They end up in one of 150 buildings to be processed Turning into Juice:  Turning into Juice Apples are washed, rinsed and sent on a conveyer belt to be processed. Sometimes the water is mixed with chlorine dioxide They are then peeled and cored, in only a matter of seconds The juice is then extracted and pasteurized so it is completely healthy The Final Stages:  The Final Stages The juice is now put into the appropriate packaging (cans, juice boxes, jugs, etc.) Big trucks bring the juice to a big storage building Then they make an other trip to your local grocery store Finally they are bought by YOU! Apple Juice Facts:  Apple Juice Facts In 2000, the average U.S. Consumer ate an estimated 17.9 pounds of fresh apples, and 27.7 pounds of processed apples, for a total of 45.6 pounds of apples and apple products. In 1999, average per-capita consumption was 48.2 pounds of apples and apple products. Fifty-nine percent of the 2000 U.S. Apple crop was eaten as fresh fruit, 39 percent was processed into apple products, and 2 percent was not marketed. Of the 39 percent of apples that were processed, 23 percent were used for juice and cider; 2 percent were dried; 2 percent were frozen; And 11 percent were canned. Other uses included baby food, apple butter or jelly, and vinegar. The End:  The End WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports The Secret Behind the Fudge:  The Secret Behind the Fudge The Fudge Bar Story By: Lauren Sanchez and Gracie Binder Blue Bunny :  Blue Bunny The fudge bar we are researching come from Blue Bunny. Blue Bunny’s factory is in Le Mars, Iowa A lot of the other ice cream we have here at Lakeside comes from Blue Bunny also. Wells Dairy:  Wells Dairy Blue Bunny gets it’s dairy products from Wells Dairy. Wells Dairy’s main farm is Iowa. They have many farms all over the United States. Some other Lakeside dairy products come from Wells Dairy also. Delivery:  Delivery These are different forms of delivery for Blue Bunny. American School Food Service:  American School Food Service The American School Food Service (ASFS) delivers most of the food we have here at Lakeside. Blue Bunny sends the packaged products to the AFS and then it gets sent to Lakeside. Locations:  Locations WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Orange Sherbet:  Orange Sherbet By Luke Hussey and Aaron Gottlieb Slide146:  Ingredients Of Orange Sherbet 8.Guar Gum 9.Mono 10.Locust Bean Gum 11.Pectin 12.Gelatin 13.Poly 80 14.Artificial Color (Red, Yellow). 1.Sugar 2.Corn Syrup 3.Milk Fat 4.Nonfat Milk 5.Orange Concen 6.Whey 7.Citric Acid Orange Sherbet Product Information:  Orange Sherbet Product Information Made by Deluxe Ice Cream Co. Salem, Oregon (503) 581 – 4923 or 800-304-7172 Makes Bars too. 1913 – 2002 www.deluxeicecream.com Slide148:  Where do the materials come from to make Orange Sherbet? How do they make Orange Sherbet?:  How do they make Orange Sherbet? In Factory Mix Ingredients in Vat Pasteurized Homogenized Cooled Down Freezes while whipped Packaged Hardened Trucked Away Information About Deluxe Ice Cream Co.:  Information About Deluxe Ice Cream Co. 2,600,000 lbs of cream a week. 60 Production Wrks. 24hrs a day. 7 days a week Shifts in Winter. WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM?:  WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? A Project of 7th Grade Biology Students – each group researched one food item and created these reports Apple Cider Powder: Not Your Average Drink:  Apple Cider Powder: Not Your Average Drink By Michael Drake And Cameron Myhrvold Slide154:  Did you know that one of the ingredients in apple cider powder is a laxative? Tricalcium Phosphate (Prevents Caking) Maltodextrin (A LAXATIVE!) Malic Acid (lessens acidity) Sodium Citrate Sugar Asorbic Acid (Vitamin C) Spice extracts Caramel Color Apple juice solids Slide155:  It is 81% Sugar! One of the ingredients in it (sodium citrate) has safety warnings… Slide156:  Alpine Part of Continental Mills They also make Krusteaz products

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