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Macrobrew Mega-Merger Forces One of PA’s Largest Wholesalers Out of
Plus PA farmers want the USDA to pay for new equipment for tracking diseased livestock, and competitive eating is blowing up in the UK, all in our morning news roundup.
A Bumper Crop of Farmers Markets Sprouts Up Nationwide
While California and New York have the most farmers markets, midwest states saw the largest growth in new markets.
What Makes Beef Delicious
Mark Schatzker believes that America’s focus on fat has produced greasy tasting meat without much flavor.
Club Junkets Curtailed for
Cast; Narcotics-Stuffed Melon
MTV seeks to limit its stars’ appearances and Washington jail officials find forbidden fruit.
A Pastry Champ Comes to Town; MTV’s Jersey Shore Clubbing Woes
Plus: The USDA takes a closer look at school lunch meat, and fast food diets take off, all in our morning news roundup.
The Glorious History of Great Lakes Lawsuits; Paula Deen Caters Jonas Brothers
Plus: prisoners sue over soy-heavy diet, and Bruce Willis diversifies into alcohol, all in our morning news roundup.
USDA Some Government Agency Raids Frontera, North Pond. Wait, What?
Tipped off by a tenuous connection in a Reader article, the Feds go after Rick Bayless and Bruce Sherman.
School Lunches Fall Below The Standards of Fast Food
Safety requirements for meat are better at McDonald’s than public school.
Produce Market May Expand; White House Farmers’ Market to Open
Feniger and Milk to Cater
Emmy Party; Teens Crash Into Hawthorne
Susan Feniger is making treats for an Emmy after-party and a Hawthorne restaurant has been damaged by joyriding teens.
The Intersection of Local and Kosher; Chicken Feet Diplomacy
Plus: USDA invests in small farms, and Portland’s awesome food scene, all in our morning news roundup.
Save the Department of Agriculture
The movement to place a sustainable-food-friendly bureaucrat at the USDA continues.
USDA Can’t Stop Millions of Pounds of Fake ‘Organic’ Imports From Entering U.S.
Officials can’t “provide reasonable assurance” that foreign produce comes from certified farms.