PREVIEW: ‘Where The Food Comes From’ Season 2 Kicks Off July 21!

Gotta admit, after three years of building and two more surviving a pandemic, we never thought Season 1 of Where The Food Comes From would ever get here. And now it’s over, with the last airing on July 14. How’d that happen?

The good news is, we’ve got Season 2 ready to roll, starting July 21 at 9:30 p.m. ET and again at 1:30 a.m. ET on RFD-TV!

We’ve got some great stories to tell coming up. We’ll show you:

  • Forty-foot tomato vines hanging from the ceiling with our friends at Red Sun Farms
  • How Feeding America works—with farms like L&M and Smith Farms—to help avoid food waste and feed needy people
  • Where the food came from in a special two-part episode that puts Chip behind a plow and mule team at a living history museum
  • How research and science work “hand-in-glove” with farmers in facilities like the gleaming new, $150 million Steve Troxler North Carolina Department of Agriculture Science Center
  • How what was once just a great idea in Vidalia, GA, spread to Peru and keeps us in yummy sweet onions all year!
  • What happens when people who grow food by the ton meet up with people who buy it by the ton at the Southeast Produce Council Southern Exposure Show
  • What the inside of a beehive looks like and the critical role they play in keeping us fed. (Not to mention the curious fact that bears don’t actually like honey. Apparently, A.A. Milne got it all wrong in Winnie the Pooh!)
  • ...and, as they say, much, much more!

If you’ve got a story we should tell for an upcoming season, email to share it with us. If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, you can reach out at that same address.

Marion is a digital content manager for RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel. She started working for Rural Media Group in May 2022, bringing a decade of experience in the digital side of broadcast media as well as some professional cooking experience to the team.