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Here’s Why It’s So Hard to Find Truly ‘Local’ Food in America
A report says state-run labels are “deceptive and virtually unregulated.”
Jamie Oliver Sued Over His Recipes’ Gluten-Free Labels
The nonprofit that owns the “GF” symbol claims he’s using a knockoff version.
New York Will Start Labeling Food Grown in the State
Healthy, ecofriendly products that meet food-safety standards can soon get a “New York Grown
President Obama Signs America’s First GMO-Labeling Bill Into Law
It abolishes Vermont’s rules with a federal set allowing food companies to use
Congress Passes the Nation’s First GMO-Labeling Requirement
Obama is expected to sign the bill, overriding Vermont’s state law.
Senate Passes America’s First GMO-Labeling Bill
It now moves to the House, despite having critics on both sides of the aisle.
Campbell’s Will Be the First Food Company to Label GMOs
It could reportedly result in cosmetic changes to 75 percent of products.
7 Things You Need to Know About the FDA’s New Gluten Regulations
“Gluten-free” may have a legal definition, but manufacturers don’t have to use it.
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French Chefs Now Have ‘Homemade’ Label to Shame Kitchens With
As many as a third of restaurants buy into the factory-frozen trend.
Washington State Will Inspect All Marijuana-Edibles Packaging to Weed Out
New rules also require labels to list the amount of marijuana per serving.
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Kraft Removing Artificial Dyes From Mac and Cheese
But don’t worry: It’s still cheesy after all these years.
Moby Edits Book on Food Choices; India Crafts Chili Grenades
A techno wizard helps finish the book “Gristle,” while India prepares food as a weapon.
White Slab Palace Sued; Outback Steakhouse Settles
Plus: A call for food-label regulation and a fight in a meat shop, all in our morning news roundup.
New Food-Label Law Has Loopholes; Why Marquee Was Really Shut Down This Summer
Plus community boards are making life hell for downtown restaurants and bars, and now is your chance to ask El Bulli’s chef a question, from our glance at the morning headlines.