Jell-O The citizens of Utah eat more Jell-O than anyone else in the United States. To help celebrate the opening of the Olympics last week, the Jell-O Museum in Le Roy, New York, sent a travelling version of the museum to Salt Lake, in honor of the state's gelatin consumption. Host John Ydstie talks to the museum's curator, Lynne Belluscio.
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Jell-O

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Jell-O

Jell-O

Jell-O

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The citizens of Utah eat more Jell-O than anyone else in the United States. To help celebrate the opening of the Olympics last week, the Jell-O Museum in Le Roy, New York, sent a travelling version of the museum to Salt Lake, in honor of the state's gelatin consumption. Host John Ydstie talks to the museum's curator, Lynne Belluscio.