Fruit Imports and Exports are discussed on "Front Page" with James Earl Jones

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A new profile for Public Television will highlight specifics from the food industry.

"Front Page" with host James Earl Jones provides a compelling, in-depth look at unique topics affecting the lives of people throughout the United States. The short documentary form is used to educate and often debunk misconceptions regarding topics throughout the country.

In an upcoming installment of the program, fruit imports and exports take center stage. Many shoppers at the grocery store wonder where their produce comes from and what it goes through to reach their homes. By following the process of farm to plate, "Front Page" provides an in-depth overview of not only what it takes for food to enter the United States, but also how food is exported from the US and where it ends up.

With interviews from professionals throughout the import/export process, viewers will gain a better understanding of what goes on behind the scenes and the quality standards food must meet and exceed in order to be considered for import into the United States. While other nations have different crop standards, farmers looking to sell in the US must meet the standards created by the United States. For individuals interested in where their food comes from, this episode of "Front Page" should be enlightening.

Front Page is produced specifically for Public Television and is distributed to public television PBS member stations around the United States. Each episode is filmed in high definition to meet necessary broadcast standards.

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