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        Food for Disaster Relief | America's Heartland

        Explore how dried, or dehydrated, foods such as potatoes and carrots are processed at a plant in Lubbock, Texas, then shipped to disaster areas around the world, including New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, to support humanitarian relief efforts.

        Check out the America's Heartland collection and AmericasHeartland.org to learn more about American agriculture.

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