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]

 

Raleigh, North Carolina–based groups seek to create a “food corridor” that bridges the gap between food deserts. [Triangle Business Journal]

 

The Food Therapy School aims to turn kids from Cheetos to carrots. [KTXS]

 

The FDA targets cheese aged on wooden boards, endangering some of the country’s favorites. [Slate]

 

Some prisons are exploring farming programs. [CNN]

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