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Muslim Charities Try to Convince Convenience Stores to Swap Liquor for Produce; Mayor Daley Backs Vertical Farms

• A group of Muslim charities is offering money to help Muslim owned convenience stores stop selling liquor and start carrying fresh produce. [Trib]

• Mayor Daley backed a vertical farm proposal this Friday while at a conference in Milwaukee. [Journal-Sentinel]

• Thus far, the Gulf oil disaster is having a limited impact on American seafood prices. [WSJ]

• The Obama administration proposed new meatpacking rules aimed at helping small farms on Friday. [NYT]

• Italians are up in arms about a new European Union regulation that would require Nutella, like other unhealthy foods, to carry a warning label. [AP]

• Business author Tony Schwartz wants office workers to take back their lunch breaks. [NYP]

• The Food & Drug Administration is urging customers to avoid Magic Power Coffee, as the coffee/aphrodisiac may interfere with blood pressure medications. [NYDN]

• Michael Moore collaborator Meghan O’Hara is working on a documentary about a kosher meatpacking executive on trial in Iowa. [NYO]

• Wal-Mart will soon launch a $4 wine in Japan. [WSJ]

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