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Jun 18, 2019 • By

PODCAST: June 2019

We’re introducing a few new segments in our “A Taste of General Mills” podcast this month, including one with our first employee co-host, a recipe segment from the Betty Crocker Kitchens, and “3 Questions” with a General Mills leader.

Here are all of our topics and interviews for June 2019:

  • How White Oak Pastures recently made big news in agriculture
  • Employee guest co-host: Eric Le of EPIC Provisions (and the brand’s “Meatcast” podcast)
  • The winner of the 2019 General Mills Feeding Better Futures Program
  • A Girl Scout troop that took our message about protecting pollinators to heart
  • 3 Questions with Beth Robertson-Martin, our sourcing director in Commodities and Risk Management
  • Details on a new Betty Crocker cookbook and one of its simple recipes for the grill or the oven
  • We look at our history with prizes in cereal boxes

Listen (23 min)

SHOW NOTES – June 2019/Episode 49

White Oak Pastures beef reduces atmospheric carbon

The Meatcast podcast

Siblings on a mission to reduce food waste earn $50,000

Girl Scout Cadette Troop 30304 plants pollinator gardens

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hodges Village Dam

Yoplait and OFA support bees in France

Beth Robertson-Martin: EatingWell announces the 2019 winners of its third annual American Food Heroes Awards

Betty Crocker Make It in One: Dinner in One Pan, One Pot, One Sheet Pan . . . and More

Recipe/Ravioli and Chorizo Packets

General Mills trivia/Cereal prizes through the years

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