February 22, 2001
Next time you're chomping into that tasty 99-cent double cheeseburger, think of this:  The aroma and flavor you're enjoying was developed by a New Jersey chemical company that also manufactures the smell of after shave lotion and the taste of dog food.  Want fries with that?  A behind-the-scenes look at fast food with Eric Schlosser, author of "Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal".

A Minnesota-based company wants to save American manufacturers and transportation companies loads of money. Rick Parker, Vice President of Marketing at Nistevo, talks about how trucks often return home from runs empty.  Nistevo connects shippers and carriers on their website to take advantage of the extra space, and save time.

For years, African-Americans weren't allowed in certain golf club houses, and were virtually non-existent in golf competitions. Sports writer Pete McDaniel talks about great African-American golfers, their talent, and their struggle for recognition. He explains how prejudice in everyday society influenced how African-Americans were perceived on the green.  His book is "Uneven Lies: The Heroic Story of African-Americans in Golf".

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