What We're Reading: June 30, 2014

Scientists suggest that insects could be the key to solving world hunger. [Science Daily]

 

Can we hack our way to a better food system? [Civil Eats]

 

The Union of Concerned Scientists has released a new report on the food industry’s sugar-coating of the sweetener’s negative health effects. [UCS]

 

With cod being overfished... Read more >

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Daily Digest: May 7, 2014

iced coffee

 

 

Looking for the best technique for brewing iced coffee? Consider the "Japanese method." [SE]

 

Vermont is poised to be the first state to pass a GMO labeling law. [Bloomberg]

 

An Australian company is going to parachute grilled cheese sandwiches into New York City. [USA Today]

 

In Sicily, organic cooperatives strive to make Mafia-free food more widely available. [NPR]

 

Major soda companies plan to omit... Read more >

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Daily Digest: April 17, 2014

cricket

Could kosher certification convince more people to eat insects? The makers of these cricket-based protein bars hope so. [NY Mag]

 

Through the Open Source Seed Initiative, farmers and producers can plant crops without fear of violating intellectual property laws. [NPR]

 

A new fast-food hybrid: fried-chicken-nugget pizzas from Dominos. [LAT]

 

Meanwhile, Arizona Diamondback fans can enjoy all 3000-calories of this bacon-wrapped, cheddar-filled corn dog. [... Read more >

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