The Tampa Bay Times spent two months investigating where local eateries were really getting their ingredients. Many of their "farm to table" claims proved to be bogus. B and G Images/Getty Images hide caption

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'Farm To Fable'? Tampa Probe Finds Many Restaurants Lie About Sourcing
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Pig farmer Armando Escaño stands with his Iberian pigs on his farm on western Spain's dehesa. Escaño raises pigs for jamón ibérico, Spain's most prized ham. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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This Spanish Pig-Slaughtering Tradition Is Rooted In Sustainability
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