In Pursuit of Artificial Flavoring

Van Mensvoort
November 14th 2010

Following in the footsteps of a Marco Polo-esque spice trade, next nature explorers Jon Cohrs and Ryan Van Luit travel by canoe past massive cargo ships and factories in search of the numerous artificial flavoring factories of New Jersey, the flavoring capital of the U.S. During a two-week industrial wilderness trip, they interview factory employees, document our campsites and adventures, and cook with various artificial flavors in an attempt to bridge our understanding of the natural and artificial.

More at www.thespicetradeexpedition.com. Thanks Jon Moolaem.

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Posted 15/11/2010 – 20:44

travelling by canoe is very fun! i like yor work guys.
Regards,
A.A

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