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Honey Drops In Space - John Rowe

JohnRoweHonibeProducts2.jpgIt's gold in world food circles and now it's made the cut to go to outer space. Honibe Honey Drops have been chosen as a snack in space by the Canadian Space Agency. The agency announced the 12 snacks that will astronauts will eat while orbiting earth. Karen Mair talked with President of Island Abbey Foods John Rowe at their mission control in the West Royalty Industrial Park.

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