How Cultural Tastes Affect International Food Packaging

Food News for Monday, June 20

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A fascinating look at how food packaging varies from country to country, depending on tastes and cooking habits. Plus, Yoplait pulls a controversial ad, and lengthening seasons threaten Italian wine.

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

Cultural tastes affect international food packaging - Deseret News
Pulque, ancient Aztec drink, is lost and found again - Washington Post
Lengthening seasons threaten Italian wine - Global Post
SF Food Bank director's passion for feeding the hungry - Examiner
Yoplait's pulls controversial 'eating disorder' ad - The Week
Chinese village bites into snake business - Reuters
China floods bring steep food price rises - Guardian
Teenager hoping for haggis record - Belfast Telegraph
Should food irradiation return to the table? - Los Angeles Times
Sea Shepherds take on illegal tuna fishing - USA Today

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