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African Refugee Grows Familiar Crops in Vermont

African Refugee Grows Familiar Crops in Vermont

By Lisa Rathke | Aug 13
After surviving refugee camps in Africa, Janine Ndagijimana settled in Vermont and began to dream of farming.

Biting Into Meal Kit Madness

Biting Into Meal Kit Madness

Aug 13
Home Chef CEO Pat Vihtelic launched his meal kit company five years ago. Sales climbed from about $1 million in 2015 to $250 million last year. Vihtelic spoke to The Associated Press about the rapid changes he's seen at his company and in the meal busines

Charcoal Food Trend is Lit, But Is It Safe?

Charcoal Food Trend is Lit, But Is It Safe?

Aug 11
Despite the New York Health Department recently banning activated charcoal in food, the jet black food trend continues to trend in other parts of the US and on social media.

Italian Wine Harvest Begins

Italian Wine Harvest Begins

Aug 11
The Italian wine grape harvest season has started with Pinot and Chardonnay grapes in the northern Lombardy's Franciacorta region, with experts anticipating a better year after an especially weak 2017.

Discrimination Complaint Filed Against Texas Chicken and Burgers

Discrimination Complaint Filed Against Texas Chicken and Burgers

Aug 10
A complaint was filed this week against Texas Chicken and Burgers on behalf of five transgender and gender-nonconforming clients who endured discrimination.

Mom Tests Positive for Opiates After Eating Bagel

Mom Tests Positive for Opiates After Eating Bagel

Aug 9
The Federal Institute for Risk Assessment writes that until food manufacturers reduce morphine levels in poppy seeds, it advises against excessive consumption, particularly during pregnancy.

Controversy in a Can: Twitter Reacts to Dr Pepper's 'Vers' Ad

Controversy in a Can: Twitter Reacts to Dr Pepper's 'Vers' Ad

Aug 9
A new print ad for the soft drink Dr Pepper is making waves on Twitter this week.

Organic Dairy Farmers Vow to Compete in Changing Industry

Organic Dairy Farmers Vow to Compete in Changing Industry

By David Pitt | Aug 9
Many traditional small-scale organic farmers are determined to fight back against the industry transformation by appealing to consumers to look closely at the organic milk they buy.

Bon Appétit Names Portland, ME, as City of the Year for Food

Bon Appétit Names Portland, ME, as City of the Year for Food

Aug 8
One of the most widely read food magazines says there's no better U.S. city for restaurants than Portland, Maine.

Park, Load, Go: Amazon Brings Grocery Pickup to Whole Foods

Park, Load, Go: Amazon Brings Grocery Pickup to Whole Foods

Aug 8
Amazon, known for bringing items to shoppers' homes, is adding a curbside pickup option at Whole Foods for Prime members.

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