Overburdened Food Banks Can't Say No to Junk

Overburdened Food Banks Can't Say No to Junk

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Faith Durand
Jan 14, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Food banks struggling with food scarcity, high demand, and junk food. Plus, a pint of beer a day can be very good for your health, and Bolivian farmers enjoy the current popularity of quinoa.

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

Overburdened Food Banks Can't Say No to Junk - NPR
USDA to Announce New School Lunch Guidelines -  ABC News
Demand for Quinoa a Boon for Bolivian Farmers - NPR
Mediterranean Diet May Slow Cognitive Decline - NY Times
Tuna Fight Muddies Waters Over BP Spill Damage - WSJ
US cuts crop forecasts, grain prices surge - Bloomberg
On the Verge of a Global Food Crisi - Forbes
Farm Belt Gets Some Help From Food Prices - WSJ
Daniel Boulud's One-Pot Sunday Supper - Miami Herald
A pint of beer a day keeps the doctor away - Telegraph UK

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