In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A chef writes in the The Atlantic about why home-style will always be more popular than restaurant-style food. Plus, "super" wheat, the Master of Wine exam, and activists arrested in Orlando for feeding the homeless.
Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal.
• First lady targets healthy habits for toddler set - AP
• 5 more arrested, accused of feeding homeless - Palm Beach Post
• Prolonged bottle-feeding tied to children's obesity - Reuters
• Pumps' fish slaughter alarms conservationists - SF Chronicle
• Keeping Mar Vista farmers market honest - Los Angeles Times
• 'Super' Wheat To Boost Food Security - NPR
• FoodTube: The wild world of viral cooking shows - CBS News
• Why Home-Style Cooking Always Beats Restaurant-Style - Atlantic
• The Master of Wine Exam - Slate
• Corn supply, and its effect on food prices - Marketplace
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