Stories / Guides and Tips

What We're Reading: June 8, 2015

Maggie Borden

Maggie Borden

June 08, 2015


The unlikely rise of Jello shots from frat house favorite to mixology must-have. [Eater

San Francisco lawmakers are considering adding added sugar warning labels to soda ads. [Mother Jones

The power of nostalgia: one writer’s struggle to recreate Gushers at home. [Food52

Slow down on the Muscle Milk: you may actually be getting more protein than you need. [Food Network] 

Love tuna and swordfish? Give the more sustainable bluefish a try. [NYT

Accentuate the positive: a new study suggests that consumers are more likely to respond to positive messages about the health benefits of food than negative ones about its dangers. [Cornell

A former Trader Joe’s president has opened Daily Table, a nonprofit grocery store that sells exclusively surplus and past sell-by-date products. [NPR