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Milk

  1. alt-milk
    The FDA Wants Almond- and Soy-Milk Companies to Stop Calling Themselves ‘Milk’It’s still a long shot, but prepare yourself for the possibility of “soy drink” and “oat juice” anyway.
  2. video feed
    Yes, the World Now Has a ‘Milk Sommelier’Bas de Groot says milk is “more than an accompaniment to cereal.”
  3. studies
    Kids Who Drink Milk Alternatives Might Be ShorterA study says 3-year-olds who drink regular milk are half an inch taller, on average.
  4. really milking it
    A New Report Casts Serious Doubts on Walmart’s ‘Organic’ MilkOrganic food has ballooned into a $40 billion-a-year industry.
  5. trade wars
    Trump Warns Canada That He’s Coming for Its ‘Very Unfair’ Milk PolicyHe vows a new import tax “is not going to be happening for long.”
  6. end of an era
    New York City’s Last Remaining Dairy Plant Is ClosingIt will mark the first time since the Dutch arrived that milk won’t be bottled inside city limits.
  7. Food Politics
    Trump’s Immigration Policies Would Probably Cause a Milk ShortageA new study estimates dairy prices would double if undocumented-immigrant workers got deported.
  8. food science
    Should You Drink Milk?If so, what kind? A guide to the newly controversial cereal complement.
  9. Science
    New Research Indicates That Whole Milk Is Better for Your HeartSome scientists now claim the Dietary Guidelines have had it backward for decades.
  10. Food Safety
    FDA Claims Dairy Farmers Are Slipping Illegal Antibiotics Into MilkA report revealed six drugs not approved for use in lactating cows.
  11. Sugar Rush
    Peeps-Flavored Milk Will Ruin Your Child’s Sense of What Milk’sThis is as useful as Go-Gurt.
  12. Udder Madness
    Enterprising States Trying To Rustle California’s Ailing Dairy IndustryDue to drought and volatile prices, the nation’s largest milk cattle industry is in danger of fleeing the state.
  13. Crises
    What Now, Brown Cow? Milk and Steak Prices on the RiseWatch out for widespread drought and the ominous “milk cliff.”
  14. Udder Madness
    Of Course European Dairy Farmers Riot With Milk-Filled HosesDon’t cry over it.
  15. The Future
    ‘Hypoallergenic’ Milk Doesn’t Sound Like It’s Worth theCan’t we just leave milk alone?
  16. Lady Gaga
    Principal Dresses Up as Lady Gaga, Milks a CowWhat, is that weird?
  17. Import/Export
    Food Megabrands Help China Feel Safer About FoodCompanies like Heinz and Nestle are gaining ground.
  18. Mediavore
    Canter’s Celebrates 80 Years; Jell-O Is Cool AgainThe famous Fairfax delicatessen originally opened in Boyle Heights in 1931, moving to its current location seventeen years later.
  19. Mediavore
    Campbell’s New CEO Has a Salty Solution For Lagging Soup Sales; JunkPlus: Jaime Oliver ends a lucrative endorsement deal; and Jell-o is cool again, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. Crime Scenes
    Hero Cop Rescues Employee at MilkJoseph Jarret, an off-duty LAPD jail cop, foils what could have been a stabbing attack.
  21. Mediavore
    FDA Won’t Condone Milk Sharing Among Nursing Mothers; Pennsyltucky HuntersPlus fish tacos and other Mexican dishes are more popular than ever, and Starbucks and Kraft are embroiled in a kerfluffle over distribution, all in our morning news roundup.
  22. Mediavore
    Top Chef: D.C. Winner Kevin Sbraga Headlines the Epicurean Palate;Plus the UK’s Health Secretary apologizes to Jamie Oliver, and kinchi prices skyrocket in Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
  23. Mediavore
    Jamie Oliver Wins Early Emmy; Faith Evans Detained at Marina Del Rey DUIFood Revolution takes home a statue, while an R&B singer could go home with charges.
  24. Mediavore
    Lebron Bribed With Beer; Leimert Park Benefit Planned For Matrice RichardsonCleveland lures its star player with promises of free booze, while a private investigator is considered for the missing woman arrested for not paying a bill at Geoffrey’s.
  25. Mediavore
    Aquatic Organisms Spared in York County Milk Spill; Deadly Risk of PeanutPlus Baltimore hires a food czar, and Lebron James will get free beer if he stays in Cleveland, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Foodievents
    Got Milk? Transforming Venice To MootopiaBut might freebies on Fourth of July weekend turn it into Hell?
  27. Mediavore
    Suns Coach Gets Food Poisoning Downtown; Hulk Hogan Sues Post FoodsWas there a conspiracy to make Alvin Gentry puke during the playoffs and could Bam Bam beat The Hulkster?
  28. Mediavore
    Jessica Seinfeld Wins Cookbook Case; Koo Koo Roo Closing Ten StoresA recipe plagiarism suit is dismissed and a bankrupt chicken chain will only leave three SoCal stores.
  29. Mediavore
    Mayor of Paris Visits Chicago’s French Market; AriZona Tea Not Actually FromPlus: Farmers’ market scams, milk made from chickpeas, French chefs question the World’s Best 50 Restaurant list.
  30. Mediavore
    Nut Roasters Rare in NYC; Organic Farms in the MinorityPlus: The EU considers a ban on bluefin tuna, and Burger King makes bank, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. Closings
    Chicago: A One-Dairy TownThe second-to-last family-owned dairy in town shuts its doors.
  32. Video Feeds
    Simi Valley High School Rocks the Milkquarious Video ContestSanta Susana gets a cool $20,000 for its efforts.
  33. Free Stuff
    Does a Body GoodGet free milk today at Union Station.
  34. Mediavore
    Jamie Oliver Makes Criminal Employee Confess; Starbucks Going Lo-CalThe Naked Chef does some detective work and a mega-coffee chain seeks to get fit.
  35. Mediavore
    Michelle Obama To Appear on Iron Chef; Coke Comes Back to CostcoIron Chef goes Presidential and Costco settles a pricing dispute with Coke.
  36. Mediavore
    Family Poisoned by Mushrooms; California Milk Outsources to New ZealandPlus: McDonald’s brings back the McRib in SoCal, and the U.N. faces down hunger, all in our morning news roundup.
  37. Celebrity Settings
    Kanye Walks Through Whole Foods; Tim McGraw Cheats the Line at Pink’sKanye West appeared at Whole Foods, and Tim McGraw skips the wait at Pink’s.
  38. locavorism
    Local Milk on the Menu
  39. Slideshow
    Slideshow: L.A.’s Coolest Ice-Cream SundaesL.A.’s most incredible sundaes will make you melt.
  40. Mediavore
    Coconut Water Could Be The Next Bottled Water; PETA Teases McDonald’sBeverage companies hope coconut water will replace bottled water as the next big thing, and PETA enlists stars to go after McDonald’s.
  41. Trends
    Is Farming the New ‘It’ Profession?Butchering isn’t the only food-industry profession that’s gotten sexier.
  42. Foodievent
    Golden State + Scoops Win Beer Float ShowdownThe beer float battle winner
  43. Milk Money
    Dairy Farmers Forced To Thin The HerdsMilk prices for dairy farmers today are as low as they were in 1979.
  44. Foodievents
    Eat Through the WeekendChow your way through L.A. and Southern California at these events this July 18th and 19th
  45. Videofeed
    Why New Yorkers Are FatThe state health commissioner, with visual aids, says the obesity tax is a good thing for New Yorkers.
  46. Changbang
    MilkofukuMomofuku’s new milk bar (yes, milk bar) is poised to open.
  47. Mediavore
    No One Wants Hormone-Laden Milk; Arby’s Set to Expand in New YorkHow to deal with moldy cheese, a new crop of organic frozen meals for kids, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  48. Mediavore
    California Bans Trans Fats; Watch Fat Ladies at HomeCow verus soy milk, mourning a Starbucks, brunch recommendations, and more, in our daily news roundup.
  49. Mediavore
    Manipulated Milk Prices?; Americans Still Throwing Food AwayPlus: Mesa Grill’s role in a forthcoming mystery novel, what Michael Huynh is up to, where Kid Rock eats barbecue, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  50. Mediavore
    Meehan Talks ‘Times’; Benoit OpensBenoit opened yesterday, Peter Meehan discusses who should replace him at the ‘Times,’ and beer shortages loom.
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