The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 11/20



The USDA tells Tyson Foods it can't label its chickens as "raised without antibiotics" when they are raised with what the USDA considers an antibiotic. (AP)

The cost of a pint of beer in Great Britain might soon be 4 quid -- that's $8. Blame a rise in the cost of hops, among other things. (Guardian)

Health experts want the FDA to force processed-food manufacturers to reduce sodium levels. A sobering look at sodium intake just in time for Thanksgiving.... (AP)

Frito-Lay is trying to produce an eco-friendy potato chip. Next up: Chester Cheetah enters a captive-breeding program. (New York Times)

-Ian Froeb

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