What We're Reading: June 3, 2014

Bagel with cream cheese

 

Better than Philadelphia? The little-known cream cheese winning over Calvin Trillin and Ruth Reichl. [NYT]

 

A tribute to Maya Angelou’s poetry in the kitchen. [NYT]

 

Panera pledges to drop all artificial additives by 2016. [USA Today]

 

Vetting wine through gamma radiation. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: May 19, 2014

 

chocolate milk

 

As Connecticut discusses school beverage legislation, chocolate milk is caught in the crossfire. [Fox News]

 

The Gaza Strip is going organic, but some locals are resisting higher prices. [NPR]

 

The baumkuchen trail: how the "tree cake" traveled from Germany to Denver and elsewhere. [NPR]

 

Understanding gluten: a video tries to demystify these confusing proteins. [LAT

 

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Sustainability Matters: April 18, 2014

 

Grassroots campaigns in seven cities pass resolutions urging Congress to ban growth-promoting antibiotics in livestock. [Civil Eats]

 

Food giant General Mills adds legal language negating the consumer’s right to sue. Simple acts such as “liking” Cheerios on Facebook, downloading a Betty Crocker coupon, or entering a company sweepstakes binds consumers to “forced arbitration.” [NY Times]

 

The Washington Post’s Eli Saslow wins the Pulitzer Prize for his series on food stamps in America. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: March 7, 2014

Organic eggs are pricier and harder to come by as feed prices soar to new heights. [NPR]

 

Seeking more flavorful and fattier cuts, many French bistros and butchers import beef from around the world. [NYT]

 

Craving the smell of bacon in the morning? A new Oscar Mayer alarm clock app releases the aroma (and sound) of this beloved breakfast staple. [LAT]

 

A new report found that over 500 food products contain a chemical compound that's used to make yoga mats. [... Read more >

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Daily Digest: January 23, 2014

Fishing boat

 

Sport fishermen are now reeling in excess fish to help feed local food pantries in Maine. [NPR]

 

No scout left behind: as Girl Scout cookie season begins,the organization is releasing a new, gluten-free treat at select test markets today. [LAT]

 

Monsanto takes a step back from GMO crops and into a new market: organic. [Wired]

 

Perfectly crafted and mixed before shipping, bottled cocktails trend its way into the U.S. from London. [... Read more >

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