Costa Rican Pineapples: The Fruit of Whose Labor?

Costa Rican Pineapples: The Fruit of Whose Labor?

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Emma Christensen
Oct 22, 2010

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: an investigation into the Costa Rican pineapple industry, a report on the first harvest from the White House garden, and making French macarons with Italian meringue.

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

Why Monsanto Pays Farmers to Spray Its Rivals' Herbicides - Grist
Dad's Diet Can Affect Daughter's Health - LA Times
The Hidden Risks of Food Dyes - Huffington Post
Mad for Winter Squash - Culinate
White House Kitchen Garden Fall Harvest - Obama Foodarama
The Making of Macarons (Sucre Cuit Style) - Dessert First
Sparkling Wines for Sparkling Seas - Wine Spectator
Domain of the Bee, Roussillon - Wine Sleuth
Costa Rican Pineapples: The Fruit of Whose Labor? - Guardian UK
"Fringe" Union Takes on Fast Food - Scripps News

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