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Nut Jobs

Cracking California's Strangest $10 Million Dollar Heist
Written by: Marc Fennell
Narrated by: Marc Fennell
Length: 4 hrs
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It’s the $10 million heist you’ve never heard of. In a matter of months, dozens of truckloads disappeared from American highways. But what were they carrying? Nuts. Marc Fennell takes you into a rabbit-hole of crime syndicates, stolen identities and private investigators that will change the way you think about food forever. 80% of the world’s almonds are grown in the heart of California but this journey will take you to Italy; the Spanish coast; deep under the earth; and even into space.

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Wow. What an amazingly informative podcast. I will never look at my food items the same again., and it will make.me think twice about purchasing certain items in terms of the human and climate ramifications

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Pleasantly surprised

I was pleasantly surprised by this selection. It went on tangents that weren’t expected and was quite enlightening.