Most Americans Skip Breakfast

Food News for Monday, June 27

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A study shows us what we've long suspected: A big portion of Americans skip breakfast on a regular basis. Plus, food bank shortages, and a hope for curing type 2 diabetes through diet.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal.

Food Bank Shortages Lead to Innovation - NPR
Capital Area Food Bank to charge for produce - Washington Post
E.coli sickens 8 in France, sprouts suspected - USA Today
Study: Most Americans skip breakfast - Christian Post
Fast-food leading to rise in diabetes - Observer UK
Diet offers hope of cure for type 2 diabetes - Guardian UK
Farm subsidies for city dwellers - CNN
Tough Immigration Laws Mean Fewer Farmworkers - TIME
Cocoa Smuggling Mars Ivory Coast Upturn - Wall Street Journal
Campaign Urges Trader Joe's to Stop Wasting Food - LAist

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