Seattle To Recycle Food Waste Into Electricity

Seattle To Recycle Food Waste Into Electricity

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Faith Durand
Nov 2, 2010

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Seattle recycles food into energy. Plus, does eating peanuts during pregnancy make your baby more likely to have an allergy? And is alcohol really a worse drug than heroin or crack cocaine, as a committee in England asserts?

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

Grocery Automats Get a Rise out of German Bakers - WSJ
GQ's Adam Rapoport will head Bon Appétit - Village Voice
Peanuts in pregnancy may raise baby's allergy risk - National Post
Seattle to recycle food waste into electricity - Voice of America
Mich. fresh food efforts get $235K in grants - Chicago Tribune
Even with health ed, many don't plan to eat more produce - UPI
DNA Barcoding Aims to Protect Species and Food - ABC News
Alcohol 'more harmful than heroin or crack' - Guardian UK
Wine tips for fall meals - Palm Beach Post
Digging Treasured Truffles - Wine Enthusiast

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