What We're Reading: July 13, 2015

 

You don’t have to take a trip to the ballpark to have soft pretzels and beer cheese. [Food52

 

According to the CDC, four out of five Americans are not eating enough fruits and vegetables. [International Business Times

 

Obama may have opinions on guacamole, but he’s far from the first president to face a food-related scandal. [NY Magazine

 

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Sustainability Matters: June 19, 2015

 

New research from the University of Iowa suggests that salt consumption can actually mitigate the amount of fat absorbed in digestion. [MUNCHIES

 

A new video has serviced showing animal cruelty at a California poultry producer which is certified by the American Humane Association. [Mother Jones

 

Workers for a major Washington berry producer are pushing to unionize and improve labor conditions. [NPR

 

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What We're Reading: June 18, 2015

 

From Fribble to Frosty: the frozen drinks that quench our ice cream thirst. [Bon Appétit

 

New research suggests dark chocolate could replace your afternoon cup of joe. [Food Network

 

Maximize your market haul with these tips. [Food52

 

Dip into the past with a visit to the Moorhead, Minnesota Dairy Queen. [Serious Eats

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Sustainability Matters: May 29, 2015

 

Cricket protein bars might be a growing trend, but researchers argue we need to make bugs a lot tastier before entomophagy goes mainstream. [NPR

 

The Trade Promotion Authority act has passed the Senate: should you be concerned? [Food Politics

 

A new study suggests noise pollution could lead to weight gain. [MUNCHIES

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Sustainability Matters: April 17, 2015

 

Americans are officially spending more on dining out than on their groceries. [Bloomberg

 

Killing with kindness: the FDA slaps KIND bars with violations of its labeling laws. [NPR

 

McDonald’s franchisees aren’t lovin' it: the fast food giant faces a sizable backlash from its franchise operators. [Mother Jones

 

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What We're Reading: April 16, 2015

 

Explore the wide variety of American sandwichdom. [NYT

 

Should the FDA need to approve additives in our food? [NPR

 

Eating alone can be fun, we promise. [HuffPo

 

A guide to the hottest wine bars around the country. [Bon Appétit

 

Take a look at the latest design trends for our favorite room in the house: the kitchen. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: April 15, 2015

 

Don’t buy seedless: why you should be saving your watermelon seeds. [HuffPo

 

Start your spring cleaning regimen by purging your pantry. [The Kitchn

 

First cider, now brandy: American distilleries are taking on the French eau de vie. [NPR

 

Despite the FDA’s attempts to restrict antibiotic use in livestock, frightening new data reveals that applications have only grown. [Mother Jones

 

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Sustainability Matters: April 10, 2015

 

An argument against making almonds the drought scapegoat. [Grist

 

A new Youtube app targeted at kids is airing commercials that wouldn’t be allowed on children’s television. [WaPo

 

In the wake of consumer water restrictions, California farmers insist they’ve started to cut back on their water usage. [NPR

 

A Big Mac a day keeps the doctor nearby: the Physicians... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: January 30, 2015

 

Maple water, the latest trendy health beveragecould actually be a boon for environmentalists. [Civil Eats

 

Schools across the country are experimenting with offering lunch via food trucks instead of the typical cafeteria line. [Food Network

 

Large meat packers, facing PR and export concerns, are refusing to use Zilmax, a cattle weight-gain drug that the FDA says is legal. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: December 19, 2014

 

Asian carp are destroying aquatic ecosystems across the country. Here’s what actions are being taken to stop them, and what’s happening to the fish once caught. [Modern Farmer]

 

The World Food Program warns that infrastructure issues caused by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa could lead to food shortages in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. [NY Times]

 

Nutrition experts are pushing the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans to include notes on the way our food choices affect the environment. Congress is fighting the addition with a concerned congressional directive. [Grist]

 

Aquaponics, in-house composting, and reusable home delivery containers are a just a few ways restaurants... Read more >

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