Telling the stories of our food from field to fork.
Episode One: Get to know a mysterious food that suffers from a case of mistaken identity.
Follow America’s favorite vegetable from field to factory — to see how potatoes grow and how they’re turned into chips.
You think you know apples? You have no idea. We take you to one of America’s oldest orchards to find out how the world’s most diverse fruit grows.
Go underwater and high overhead to see cranberries as you’ve never seen them before. We’ll unlock the secrets — and bust some myths — of this truly American fruit.
Farmers have to do WHAT to keep our cauliflower white? We travel to one of America’s biggest organic farms to uncover the secrets of growing cauliflower.
Peeling back the layers of nature’s most powerful superfood.
Why the heck does asparagus make my pee smell?
Navels, clementines, tangerines… What are the differences between these and more? Here’s your citrus cheat sheet.
You’ve been duped: that “pumpkin” puree in the can isn’t pumpkin at all — at least not the kind you think!
Who knew that shucking the husk off a corn cob could be so… er, naughty?
Avocados have become a super trendy food, but few of us know how they’re even grown or harvested. We visit a California farm to uncover the amazing story of the avocado — and share the secrets to choosing, ripening and cutting the fruit.
Peaches picked straight from the tree are always a lot fuzzier than when you buy them from a store. Why is that? And what is the fuzz for in the first place?
Find out how spinach — one of the most nutrient-packed foods on the planet — grows even in the dead of winter.
Which color came first: the purple or the orange carrot? Here’s the quick crazy history of the carrot.