SciBabe media tour

Grain Farmers of Ontario invited Special guest Yvette d’Entremont — better known as the SciBabe — to speak at their annual March Classic Conference on March 22, 2016. Her popular website debunks pseudoscience with a humorous bent. Food myths are a common theme she deals with on the site. While she was in Ontario, the SciBabe made appearances on several television and radio shows to bust food myths.

Clips

CTV’s The Social: “How to read food labels”

TVO’s The Agenda: “10 questions on food labeling”

What She Said on Sirius XM: “SciBabe Yvette d’Entremont on GMOs, gluten & critical thinking”

Articles

London Free Press: “SciBabe blogger takes shot at ‘chem-phobic'”

TheSocial.ca: “How to read food labels”

RealAgriculture.com: “SciBabe: people need to hear from farmers”

Toronto Sun, Ottawa Sun, Edmonton Sun, Calgary Sun, Winnipeg Sun: “SciBabe Yvette d’Entremont debunks food science”

What She Said: “Get to know GMOs by Yvette d’Entremont”

Good in Every Grain at OHL arenas

Good in Every Grain and the Ontario Hockey League are working together in 2015-2016 to share stories about Ontario’s farms and farmers during OHL games across the province. If you’ve been to an OHL game this year, you’ve seen our videos on the big screen.

As part of our partnership, Good in Every Grain is hosting special giveaway nights at every OHL stadium in Ontario. Starting at the Barrie Molson Centre on December 28th, and throughout the month of January, we’ll be at games with a surprise for all the kids in attendance.

You can find out more about the promotion at www.goodineverygrain.ca/OHL.

Chris Soules visits Ontario grain farm

Chris Soules at Twenty View Farms

Media Tour with Iowa Grain Farmer Chris Soules, Star of The Bachelor

Iowa grain farmer Chris Soules, best known as The Bachelor on season 19 of the popular ABC show, visited Ontario Wednesday and Thursday. On Wednesday, he visited Twenty View Farms in Smithville, where met with farmer Daryl Haanstra and his family; together, they checked out the soybeans and corn, and talked about the similarities between agriculture in Ontario and Soules’ home town of Arlington, Iowa. While on the farm, Soules took part in interviews for Grain Farmers of Ontario, as well as Hello! and ETalk Daily.

On Thursday, Soules had a full day of media appearances: he was on CP24 Breakfast, Breakfast Television Toronto, Global Morning, Newstalk 1010, What She Said on Sirius XM, Global Noon, The Social, and ET Canada. Soules talked about working with Grain Farmers of Ontario and the Good in Every Grain campaign, and he mentioned www.goodineverygrain.ca. Some of the common topics that he discussed was life on the farm, life after The Bachelor, and how farmers work really hard every day to provide safe and sustainable food, do a great job and are extremely humble about what they do.

You can already see some of Soules’ TV appearances online: