IoT: Powering the Digital Economy – The B2C Food & Beverage Sector | Schneider Electric

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[MUSIC PLAYING] IoT. Powering the digital economy. Brought to you by Schneider Electric. [MUSIC PLAYING] Our whole approach to food and drink is changing fast. We want freshness, convenience, more choice. We’re interested in healthier foods and ingredients that have been ethically and sustainably sourced. We expect a range of restaurants and quicker, more efficient […]

The Rotten Grapes Behind this Legendary Wine

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– [Narrator] This story starts in Hungary, land of hot baths, daredevil horsemen and some very funky sweet wine. This guy, loves rocks. He has over 21 different types. He believes these volcanic rocks are what makes his wine taste the best in the world. Tokaji is known as Hungary’s world famous sweet wine country. […]

Thrive: The Kentucky Wine Tradition (Full Documentary)

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Narrator: Celebrated today for horses and bourbon, Kentucky has long been known for its abundant resources. Native Americans considered this to be a sacred hunting ground. The first European settlers found that same land to be fertile soil for growing crops of all kinds. Today, a new crop with an old history has come onto […]

MUNCHIES Chef’s Night Out: El Comidista

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Oh, well, I was in Burkina Faso too, I don’t know if I’ve told you.>>And there he ate maggots, as Jon Sistiaga would do.>>They were disgusting, black and dry, and they tasted like…>>Like earth.>>Like sawdust.>>It was like eating handfuls of earth.>>I’m always living on the edge.>>That’s why we like you.>>Sure. I’m Mikel Lopez Iturriaga, author […]

Ice Wine Makes the Best Breakfast: Al-Kee-Hol

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As luscious and as beautiful as ice wine is, it really is a real hassle to harvest. The first thing is to just plain getting the right harvest, you know, unless the clouds move away and allow the heat from the day to evaporate, it’s not going to get cold. So you’re really are sitting […]

The Grand Bazaar: Munchies Guide To Tehran (Part 1/3)

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[Music] [Music] hi I’m Jelena I’m in Tehran and this is the munchies guide to Tehran we’ll take you to Tehran’s main bazaar where we’ll taste the famous hygiene this is the best part it’s the crispy rice and I’m really excited to be digging into this right now to the traditional tea houses when […]

The Future of Farming

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Over the next two decades, a technological wave will revolutionize the efficiency of farms all over the world. It can’t come soon enough. By the year 2050 the human population will be nearly 10 billion—which means we’ll need to have doubled the amount of food we now produce. This is an examination of the agricultural […]

From Cask to Bottle with Colin Hampden-White: Fermentation | INSEEC Wine & Spirit Institute

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Scotland: known for its natural beauty and enduring mysteries – one of the greatest being the secrets of whisky-making passed down from generation to generation for hundreds of years amongst its winding scenery. In the last episode, we found out how mashing transforms malted barley seeds into a thick, sugary and frothy mixture known as […]

Viking Expansion – Wine Land – Extra History – #6

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986 Bjarni was not looking for a new land. He was looking for his family He’d left them in Iceland But when he returned he found they’ve gone with Eric to Greenland But the ice lenders hadn’t been able to tell him where Greenland was exactly They just said it was an inhospitable rocky land […]

Caribbean Flavors From the Denver Highlands: BONG APPÉTIT with Simply Pure

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so is this a quarter of a joint half a joint this is no joint is a puff this I get what is it to either a whole joint or no joint Oh what kind of measurement that is [Music] Denver is not the first place I think of when it comes to Caribbean food […]