Chefs Say It's Not Possible to Feed Family of Four on $10

Chefs Say It's Not Possible to Feed Family of Four on $10

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Faith Durand
Nov 1, 2010

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Chefs dispute an Australian supermarket chain's assertion that you can feed four people for $10. It's just not possible, they say, when you include all costs of ingredients. Plus: Prices of food expected to rise next year, and the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold.

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Feed 4 people for $10? They're dreaming - Sydney Morning Herald
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Meat industry unhappy over limiting antibiotics - Washington Post
In poultry war, Russia has leg up on U.S. - Washington Post
New egg safety plans unveiled - Des Moines Register
FDA: Gulf seafood safe to eat - Los Angeles Times
Commodity spike to boost food costs in 2011 - Des Moines Register
Bristol Farms grocery chain sold - Los Angeles Times
Most Expensive Bottle of Wine Ever Sold at Auction - WSJ
Decanting wine easy, useful, fun - Seattle Times

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