Live Chicken Vending Machine Preaches Ethics

Live Chicken Vending Machine Preaches Ethics

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Faith Durand
May 17, 2011
In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A live chicken vending machine in Germany has a point to make about ethics. Plus, the interplay of sugar and medicine, and a look at a new treatment for peanut allergies. Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. • Eating While Working Can Make You Fat - Wall Street Journal • Lack of sleep may lead to gaining weigh - Reuters • Does Late Night Eating Cause Weight Gain? - NY Times • Live Chicken Vending Machine Preaches Ethics - GOOD • Law Penalizes Texans Who Catch Catfish by Hand - WSJ • Have Nut Allergies Been Cured? - Mother Jones • Is 'Tongue Patch' Dumbest Diet Fad Ever? - GOOD • It's Truffle Time Down Under - Wall Street Journal • Wines with nuance - Chicago Tribune • Could a Spoonful of Sugar Help the Medicine Work? - TIME • Read more of today's food news and blogs at Food News Journal or subscribe to their daily email. (Image: Food News Journal)
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