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Oksana smiles with Steve Rommereim on his pig and soybean farm in Alcester, South Dakota.

Talking Pig Barns and Buying Local with The Rommereims and Hungry For Truth

Sitting down to open up conversation about food and farming with South Dakotans and the farmers who grow it is…

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Charlotte slices her finished Spanish-Style Pork Tenderloin.

Cooking Up Spanish-Style Pork Tenderloin On The Farm

For as long as she can remember, Charlotte Rommereim has enjoyed growing and raising food on her family farm. She…

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The Nutrition Facts Label Gets a New Look

It’s been more than 20 years since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) required food companies to add the Nutrition…

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Is organic worth my money?

Is Organic Worth My Money?

It’s the moment of truth in the grocery store. You’re trying to decide between organic or non-organic. The organic strawberries…

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Career Profile: Meet Charlotte, Registered Dietitian

Charlotte Rommereim is a registered dietitian/nutritionist and farmer from Alcester. Her family has been farming the same land since 1874.…

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How do GMOs affect the food I eat?

Do you have concerns about GMO foods? There’s a lot of misinformation out there about which foods are healthy. We…

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Celebrating South Dakota Moms

Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! We want to say thank you for all that you do.…

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Understanding Food Labels

A trip to the grocery store today can be confusing. Natural, organic, hormone-free, grass-fed: All these labels can get overwhelming.…

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Food Safety FAQ: Is it Safe to Eat Food After the Expiration Date?

Expiration dates can be confusing because they have different meanings based on their phrasing. These dates are usually placed on…

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