Why Food Is Still Cheap In America

Food News for Tuesday, April 19

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: The SF Chronicle breaks down the crisis in food costs and explains why it really isn't affecting America all that much. Plus, why schoolchildren don't drink enough water.

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

For schoolchildren, where's the water? - CNN
At Mob Trial, Testimony Focuses on Knife and Fork - New York Times
Pietro Ferrero, Food Company Scion, Dies at 47 - New York Times
No Radiation Risk To North Pacific Fish, Officials Claim - Huff Post
Republican budget includes overhaul of food stamps - AP
Wild and Free, But Is Roadkill Safe to Eat? - Food Safety News
Farming in the Time of Climate Catastrophe - Atlantic
Natural Wine: Is It a Friend, Foe or Fabrication? - CataVino
Why Food Is Still Cheap In America - SF Chronicle
Grocer Sues Pantry Giving Free Food - MSNBC

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