Test Tube Hamburgers, Food Carbon Footprints & RationingTop food news for April 28 – May 2
It’s Hump Day, which means we’re back with the weekly food news roundup. Read on …
PETA will award $1 million to anyone who can invent in vitro meat by 2012. Test-tube hamburgers, anyone?
Slashfood discusses the recession, high food costs, and the role of food writers, and brings up important points. In these times, is it a good idea for food writers to wax poetic on high-end items such as caviar and foie gras?
A clever and resourceful lady in Oregon isn’t being affected by rising food prices because she’s getting her food off the grid.
Are supermarkets going to start rationing our food?
How much carbon footprint does your food have, and how can you reduce it?