Farmers worldwide fear this year's harvests may not be good enough to help the global food crisis. (New York Times)
Fears of salmonella lead several restaurants and stores to pull tomatoes from their menu and shelves, while the FDA continues to seek the contamination's source. (Washington Post)
Related: The Bush administration seeks additional food-safety funding for the FDA. (Reuters)
A government plan to resume importing U.S. beef leads to massive protests in South Korea. (New York Times)
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