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What We're Reading: June 30, 2014

Maggie Borden

Maggie Borden

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, schools are turning to “trash fish” for their lunches. [Discover Magazine]


Fossilized droppings could reveal the real paleo diet. [NPR]


Thanks to a giant puffing gun, America may soon have a museum dedicated to food and drink. [NPR]