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How'd This Breakfast Get On My Plate?

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Whether you like to have a big breakfast or a small one, you may not stop to think about how some of our favorite breakfast foods reach store shelves or restaurant menus. I’ll give you a hint: It all starts on the farm.
Let’s talk about some of our popular breakfast foods and highlight some of the farming and production aspects that bring them from the field to your fork.

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How'd This Breakfast Get On My Plate?

  1. 1. H O W ' D T H I S G E T O N M Y P L A T E ? F O O D I N S I G H T . O R G These healthy breakfast items can provide nutrients such as protein, fiber, choline, calcium and many more. But what do you know about what it takes to produce them? Through advances in modern farming practices, breakfast�is not only the best way to start our days. it includes a wide variety of foods that promote nutrient availability and deliciousness!� More than 65,000 pig farms in the United States help produce more than 20 billion pounds of pork each year. Steel-cut, old-fashioned, and instant oatmeal all originate from the same type of oat plant. The major difference in the three is the way they are processed.� Many chicken farms only raise chickens that are bred to lay eggs, They are called layers. Chickens that are raised to be eaten are called broilers.�� Through the use of some helpful and healthful bacteria, milk is made into yogurt via a process called fermentation.�

Whether you like to have a big breakfast or a small one, you may not stop to think about how some of our favorite breakfast foods reach store shelves or restaurant menus. I’ll give you a hint: It all starts on the farm. Let’s talk about some of our popular breakfast foods and highlight some of the farming and production aspects that bring them from the field to your fork.

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