Low-Carb Trend Powers Pork-Rind Sales The low carbohydrate diets currently in vogue are sending sales of pork rind snacks through the roof. The leading pork rind company has seen a 23 percent rise in annual sales so far this year. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Rich Rudolph, president of Rudolph Foods Company in Lima, Ohio.
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Low-Carb Trend Powers Pork-Rind Sales

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Low-Carb Trend Powers Pork-Rind Sales

Low-Carb Trend Powers Pork-Rind Sales

Low-Carb Trend Powers Pork-Rind Sales

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The low carbohydrate diets currently in vogue are sending sales of pork rind snacks through the roof. The leading pork rind company has seen a 23 percent rise in annual sales so far this year. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Rich Rudolph, president of Rudolph Foods Company in Lima, Ohio.

Listen to a 1989 piece by NPR's Alex Chadwick about the first President Bush's favorite snack food -- pork rinds.

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