Insect Meat Plan Earns Students $10K

Insect Meat Plan Earns Students $10K

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Faith Durand
May 4, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Students pitch insects as food to venture capitalists. Plus, Epicurious wins a Webby, and experts rein in extravagant health claims for the goji berry.

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

Gilt Groupe Makes It Official With Ruth Reichl - Village Voice
For-profit cooking schools face lawsuits, U.S. scrutiny - SF Chronicle
Insect Meat Plan Earns Students $10K - NBC Chicago
Bin Laden Aides Bought Big Orders of Pepsi, Coke - Bloomberg
Grandfather of food sites crowned by Webby Awards - Independent
Reining in health claims about the goji berry - National Post
Study criticizing low-salt diet draws critics of its own - Globe and Mail
On Small Farms, Hoof Power Returns - New York Times
About 1 in 7 in U.S. Receive Food Stamps - Wall Street Journal
Who needs cookbooks when you have a computer? - Seattle Times

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