Stumptown Sold Out!

Food News for Wednesday, June 1

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A writer at Esquire argues that Stumptown Coffee has sold out bigtime. Plus, cuts to food stamps may be in the near future, and a look at the booming market for human breast milk.

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

Rosé: What the Experts Recommend - Snooth
Labeling for the consumer, not the producer - Jancis Robinson
Stumptown Sold Out - Esquire
The Booming Market for Human Breast Milk - - Wired
E.coli cucumber scare: Cases 'likely to increase' - BBC News
Oxfam: Food prices to double by 2030 - Guardian UK
Pediatricians Warn Against Sports/Energy Drinks for Kids - NPR
Congress Mulls Cuts to Food Stamps Amid Record Recipients - ABC
Food safety advocates decry FDA cuts - Washington Post
Kids with stubborn asthma may have food allergies - Reuters

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