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California’s Restaurant-Water Restrictions Probably Aren’t Making a
According to one estimate, the amount saved is roughly .2 percent of the water used to grow the state’s almonds.
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Starbucks Agrees to Stop Bottling Water in Drought-Stricken California
The company’s Ethos Water program will find a new source.
Drought-Stricken Californians Are Ticked That Nestlé Won’t Stop
Protestors recently picketed a plant with torches and pitchforks.
California’s New Regulation Requires Customers to Request Water
Servers cannot automatically bring it out with menus.
Cheap Sushi May Be the California Drought’s Next Victim
There’s at least 25 percent less high-quality sticky rice this year.
The Drought Could Substantially Inflate the Price of Steaks
Cry me a river. No, really.
Midwest Drought Threatens Cali’s Cattle Ranchers
Meat prices for the state’s consumers could skyrocket by 15% in the months to come.
Porcupine Popularity Presents Problems for PA Hunters; Mitt Romney Eats at
Plus: Beef supplies are down and prices are up; and “Foodistan” tries to mend the rift between India and Pakistan, all in our morning news roundup.
Plans to Eradicate Mosquitoes Has Local Beekeepers Buzzing; Be Not Afraid of
Plus: Gutter oil is the latest food-safety scandal to emerge from China; and cocaine was the secret ingredient that landed a NJ cook in jail, all in our morning news roundup.
Mirko Paderno’s Kitchen Arias; The Bieb’s Drive Through Pranks
Justin Bieber has a penchant for ‘coning’ and other fun fast-food antics.
Cape May Farmers Focus on Growing Beach Plums; Cheesecake Factory Rolls Out
Plus: Chewing food longer helps people consume fewer calories; and Justin Bieber punks fast food drive-throughs, all in our morning news roundup.
Pepsi Still Can’t Beat Coke; Bigger Forks Mean Less Eating
Try as it might, the perennial runner-up can’t exceed its competition in gaining shares.
Another Patron Gets Gunned Down at a Longtime Upper Darby Nuisance Bar; Pepsi
Plus: Big forks make you eat less; and China stockpiles frozen pork, all in our morning news roundup.
Use of Food Stamps in Philly Suburbs Grows; Global Rice Prices to Fall
Plus: Kissing can trigger food allergies; and China’s wheat crops are at risk, all in our morning news roundup.
Being Sentenced Today; Marine Tries to End Dog-Eating
Juan Carlos Cruz plead guilty to solicitation of murder in a plot to kill his wife, while the practice of munching on canine meat has a strong new opponent.
A&P Files Chapter 11; McDonald’s Customer Database Gets Hacked
Plus FarmHouse Markets gets all locavore in West Chester, and President Obama is expected to sign the child-nutrition bill today, all in our morning news round up.
PLCB’s Proposed Handling Fees Will Likely Increase Liquor Costs; Americans
Plus last year’s canned pumpkin shortage is over, and the body of one-time Kitchen Nightmares chef was recovered from the Hudson River, all in our morning news roundup.
Contestants Unite for Haiti; Salami Recalled in L.A.
A group lead by Ron Duprat will hold a fundraiser while L.A. joins in on a salmonella scare.
Central Valley Receives Record Amount of Food Aid; Discovery of More Psyllids
California’s Central Valley is reeling under drought and recession, while the discovery of more Asian Citrus Psyllids has growers in a panic.