Is Gulf Seafood Finally Safe to Eat?

Food News for Thursday, May 26

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: The Atlantic examines the state of Gulf seafood, post-oil spill. Plus, why gas grills are evil, and Sandra Lee signs a deal for five books — including two food novels.

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

Snack Trucks Thwart School Nutrition Goals - Wall Street Journal
With no labeling, few realize they're eating GM foods - LA Times
Gilt Taste: E-commerce Luring Top Editorial Talent - WWD Media
Coffee drinkers keep chugging, as prices rise - AP
Low-priced drumsticks beat path to US dinner tables - Reuters
Perceiving food as decadent influences hunger hormones - BGlobe
Sandra Lee has 5-book deal, including food novels - Wash Post
Va-based food distributor using DNA to track beef - AP
Barbecuers, Unite! Why Gas Grills Are Evil - TIME
Gulf Seafood: Finally Safe to Eat? - Atlantic

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