Faux Caviar, Judean Date Palm, and MyFarmTop food news for June 23-27
It’s Hump Day, which means we’re here with the food news of the week! This week’s been a little quiet in food news, so this will be a quick read.
Is faux caviar the way of the future? Slashfood reports on this potential new eco-friendly gourmet item.
Archaeobotanists unearthed the seeds of a palm tree that hasn’t been seen by humans in 2,000 years, and <a href="http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/33201/title/Resurrection_of_a_biblical_tree<br/>%E2%80%9C>managed%20to%20germinate%20a%20few%20seeds%20that%20produced%20plants</a>.%20Amazing!%20Wonder%20how%20Judean%20dates%20taste?</p>%20%0A<p>Want%20a%20vegetable%20garden%20but%20don%E2%80%99t%20have%20time%20to%20deal%20with%20the%20work?%20MyFarm,%20a%20gardening%20company%20in%20San%20Francisco,%20will%20come%20to%20your%20house,%20<a%20href=" http:>plant an organic vegetable garden, and maintain it for you.
An underage and non-documented migrant farm worker died of heat exhaustion because she wasn’t allowed to take a long enough break to get water. Let’s think about the people who pick our food and what we can do to help them.