Marketplace for Tuesday, June 17, 2008
One person's trash is another's treasure in China where the salvage of raw materials from the rubble of last month's earthquake is becoming an industry. Lisa Chow reports.
Our latest stories on food left a foul taste in some listeners' mouths. Host Kai Ryssdal serves up your thoughts on our recent coverage.
A Brazilian oil company that once bartered poultry for oil is now the sixth-largest corporation in the world -- and has set its sights on the U.S. market. Dan Grech reports on the company's rise.
We grow enough food for everyone, but livestock are devouring our food supply. Commentator and bioethicist Peter Singer says unless we change, the dinner plate of the future will look far different.