Food News for Monday, October 4

Food News for Monday, October 4

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Faith Durand
Oct 4, 2010
In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Food-scented billboards in Australia, the national dish of New Zealand, and new labeling for milk in Ohio. Plus, edible dirt and healthy school lunches — and is there a bacon backlash underway? Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. • Jacques Pepin celebrates 75th anniversaire - San Jose Mercury News • Food-scented billboards coming to Oz - Sydney Morning Herald • Some local fish ok to keep, not to eat - Dallas Morning News • Kiwis say bacon-egg pie is their national dish - New Zealand Herald • Universities get grants to study food programs - Boston Globe • USDA tries to make food pyramid more relevant - Washington Post • Court OKs Hormone-Free Label on OH Dairy Products - NPR. • The Bacon Backlash - Wall Street Journal • Are healthy school lunches driving your kids to junk? - The Globe and Mail • Will Edible Dirt Make You Clean Your Plate? - 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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