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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012
A recent survey of grocery shoppers commissioned by Whole Foods Market gives new credence to a belief that's taken hold in the sustainable food movement over the past few years: when it comes to consumer preferences, local is the new organic.
McDonald's: We Need To Define What 'Sustainable' Beef Means
America's Favorite Ice Cream Chains
WATCH: Baby Rat Prances Atop Self-Serve Olives
Americans Shun Domestic Beer In Favor Of Crafts, Imports
Snack Brands Attempt Mid-Calorie Options That Don't Taste Disgusting
Foodiggity: Mannaise, Mayonnaise for Men
We weren't aware that ordinary mayonnaise was go girly.
Food & Wine: Anthony Bourdain's Top 5 Bars
"There are a lot of great drinking towns in this world," says veteran traveler Anthony Bourdain. "For me, if I have a bar epiphany, it's usually about four o'clock in the afternoon, before the evening crowd comes in.
Mary Orlin: 25 Vintages of Wine Growers as Rock Stars at Patz & Hall Wines
Dutton Ranch. Durrell. Hudson. Hyde. Chenoweth Ranch. Pisoni. What do all these names have in common? Yes, they are all vineyards, and some are wine brands too. But they all provide grapes for the single vineyard Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines of Patz & Hall.
Julie Brothers: Farm to Fork Across America: Fraudulent or Credible: Organic Labeling and More
Confused about the different labels claiming organic at your grocer? So are we! Already in Corvallis at the Linus Pauling Institute, the opportunity presented itself to explore this thorny topic.
Jill Donenfeld: Dinnertime Free Association With a Culinista and a Liquid Muse
What happens when one hungry girl and another thirsty one hit it off? They play free-association with booze and food, of course.

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