What We're Reading: June 10, 2014

Chinese takeout

 

Far more than beef and broccoli: niche food-delivery services are on the rise in NYC. [NY Daily News]

 

In a time of drought, logistics and the law prevent water from flowing to California’s needier areas. [NPR]

 

When it comes to sugar and nutritional value, the differences between fruit juice and soda are few. [NPR]

 

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Sustainability Matters: June 6, 2014

 

States struggle with inadequate infrastructure to reach their goals of recycling food waste. [WSJ]

 

NYC revives the fight for a soda size cap, and this time it’s going all the way to the State Supreme Court. [Bloomberg]

 

Moms Across America takes on Monsanto over the potential dangers of Roundup. [Reuters]

 

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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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Daily Digest: March 3, 2014

Street Food

 

Tips for eating like the ultimate local from a Moroccan street-food expert. [Zester

 

Don't get suckered into buying more than one beer glass—you really just need one. [LAT]

 

Calling all coffee lovers: consuming caffeine before your next cardio routine may actually improve performance level. [Scientific American

 

Think you like aged cheese? Archaeologists in China recently uncovered some 3,600-year-old fromage. [Daily Meal]

 

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Sustainability Matters: January 24, 2014

 

Quinoa may be falling out of fashion. Meet teff, the Ethiopian nutrient-rich "ancient grain" that's poised to take its place. [The Guardian]

 

More children are learning about agriculture, health, and nutrition as an increasing number of states pass Farm-to-School legislation. [Civil Eats]

 

Coca-Cola reconsiders the economic impact of climate change after closing plants due to drought and other supply chain disruptions, and other large companies follow suit. [NYT]

 

Plant "STDs" and honeybees: How the tobacco ringspot virus may be decimating bee populations. [... Read more >

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