Risk, Bacteria, and the Tragedy of Food-Safety Reform

Risk, Bacteria, and the Tragedy of Food-Safety Reform

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Faith Durand
Nov 30, 2010

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Grist analyzes some of the factors in the food-safety reform bill. Plus alcohol-spiked whipped cream raises some red flags, and a popular Vietnamese lizard snack is discovered to have some unique biological properties.

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

Slow cooker: relic or cool kitchen tool? - Guardian UK
Risk, bacteria, and the tragedy of food-safety reform - Grist
Crop of Small Dairies Hits Market - Wall Street Journal
All Girl Lizards Popular Vietnamese Chow - Miami New Times
Cranberry farm struggles to stay organic - Grist
Eating Disorders Skyrocket in Kid - CBS News
Bluefin tuna still largely unprotected - Guardian UK
Senate Action on Food Safety Delayed Until Tuesday - FOX News
The $10 Red Wine Miracle for the Holidays - Good Wine Under $20
Alcohol-infused whipped cream raising a red flag - NY Daily News

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