Farmers Market Cheating Alleged in California

Food News for Monday, November 8

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A scandal over alleged cheating at a farmers market in California. Plus, a trend of supermarkets going smaller, not bigger, and a rare E. coli strain in a Costco-linked outbreak.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. • Jamie Oliver's American Dream faces setback - Telegraph UK
While Warning About Fat, U.S. Pushes Cheese Sales - New York Times
Fat children eat better than thinner classmates - Telegraph UK
Farmers market cheating alleged - Los Angeles Times
Oysters Lose Their Allure - Wall Street Journal
A future when London can feed itself - BBC
Rare E. coli Strain Seen in Costco-linked Outbreak - Food Safety News
The food-mood connection - Los Angeles Times
Suddenly, Corn Costs More. Why Not Corn Flakes? - NPR
Big Supermarkets Going Smaller - Organic Authority

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