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Daily Digest: March 24, 2014

Sunny Liu

Sunny Liu

March 24, 2014



Lime prices are jumping, and it's partially related to Mexico's drug war. [NPR]

Too lazy to peel a kiwi? New Zealand scientists are engineering a "naked" version of the fruit for easier consumption. [WSJ]

Why bacon and other American breakfast items are getting pricier. [CBS News

How eating meat puts a strain on wildlife populations and natural habitats. [NPR]

Good news, chocolate lovers: a chocolate pill for heart health may be in your future. [Daily Meal

At American University, a new "gastrodiplomacy" course uses food to foster a greater understanding of global affairs. [NPR