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How OSF HealthCare added locally sourced oatmeal and granola to the menu

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Allison Walsh
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Oats from Janie's Mill are part of a complete breakfast at OSF St Francis Medical Center in Peoria. The organic oats are milled in Ashkum, IL and are used to make fresh oatmeal and house-made granola.

Hospital food is not typically known for being local and organic, nor does it usually inspire the tastebuds. But a pilot project at OSF St. Francis Medical Center aims to change that, one breakfast meal at a time. Food Trek host Tory Dahlhoff has the story.

Tory Dahlhoff is a freelance reporter based at WCBU. He's also the host of the food and farming podcast Food Trek.
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