Agriculture in the Super Bowl

Okay, so believe it or not, but I’m not a HUGE football fan. Yes, I get excited when my Wildcats or Grizzlies win, but I don’t have my own fantasy football league.

However, I do know that it takes 3,000 cows to provide the NFL with enough leather for a year’s supply of footballs! (Just in case you were wondering…)

So, for the Super Bowl last night, I participated more in the ‘social’ aspect (aka talking) and watched the commercials. There were two in particular that stuck out to me.

First, the Doritos.Β 

While this commercial was super funny, what came to my mind, naturally, is how agriculture had a pretty substantial role. How do you think Doritos are made? Next time you see a farmer, say ‘Thank You’ for growing the corn that goes into snack chips such as Doritos.

I also loved this Pepsi Max commercial!

While I’m not super familiar with the whole sugar cane production/harvest process, I do know that I am grateful for it! I’m pretty sure about 87% of my diet would be altered without it!

What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial? Think about how agriculture made it possible!

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2 thoughts on “Agriculture in the Super Bowl

  1. Hannah you and your blogs are the bomb!
    love it! oh and I ❀ beef too πŸ™‚

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