Overburdened Food Banks Can’t Say No to Junk
In today’s food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Food banks struggling with food scarcity, high demand, and junk food. Plus, a pint of beer a day can be very good for your health, and Bolivian farmers enjoy the current popularity of quinoa.
Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal.
• Overburdened Food Banks Can’t Say No to Junk – NPR
• USDA to Announce New School Lunch Guidelines – ABC News
• Demand for Quinoa a Boon for Bolivian Farmers – NPR
• Mediterranean Diet May Slow Cognitive Decline – NY Times
• Tuna Fight Muddies Waters Over BP Spill Damage – WSJ
• US cuts crop forecasts, grain prices surge – Bloomberg
• On the Verge of a Global Food Crisi – Forbes
• Farm Belt Gets Some Help From Food Prices – WSJ
• Daniel Boulud’s One-Pot Sunday Supper – Miami Herald
• A pint of beer a day keeps the doctor away – Telegraph UK
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