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Monday, 20 August 2012

Monday, August 20, 2012
Australian supermarket chain Coles recently announced that it may soon require its suppliers to install permanent cameras in their animal sheds and slaughterhouses. The pending proposal is designed to ensure customers that suppliers adhere to animal welfare standards.
Elmer Moje, 99-Year-Old Farmer, Has Sold At Local Market Since 1918
City Bus-Sized 'Orbiting' Garden Can Grow 50 Pounds Of Basil A Day
PHOTOS: 'Star Trek'-Inspired Liquor Posters Have Us Geeked Out
Michelle Obama Hosts 'Kids State Dinner' At The White House
Parody iPhone 5 Commercial Targets 'Sad And Alone' Amateur Food Photographers
Mark Muller: Policymakers Are AWOL on Agricultural Challenges
Taxpayer-funded Band-Aids are getting expensive and do nothing to address the structural challenges in food and agriculture.
Jaimal Yogis: Fearless Eating: It May Be in Our Genes
It makes sense that food neophobia likely evolved, as the researchers state, to prevent mammals from eating poisonous foods. It makes sense that neophobia was important enough to our survival that it became a part of our DNA.
Charu Suri: Traveling To Montreal For The Sake Of A Bagel
Being so intimately familiar with the dense and chewy texture of Murray's bagels in New York, or the reliably large kettle-boiled ones from Nussbaum & Wu, I wasn't expecting much from Montreal. But I was deliciously surprised.
Anneli Rufus: Edible Bottles, Edible Bags
Harvard University scientists have developed a material that can be used to wrap, bottle and otherwise package food -- which tastes like the food it contains, and can be eaten after (or before) the food it contains.
John Malik: Coffee Cans and Bacon Fat
Paul Fehribach isn't interested in coffee that comes in a can but he certainly knows how to use a coffee can. At Big Jones, he is recreating the type of homestead cooking that his great-grandmother pioneered at her family farmstead along the Buffalo Trace.

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