The Morning Brew: Thursday, 6.19




Officials name the Chicago restaurant (two locations of a chain) responsible for a cluster of cases in the outbreak of salmonella in tomatoes. (Chicago Tribune)

To combat inflation, Mexico freezes the price of 150 staple foods. (BBC News)

After an error forced a revote, the House and Senate once again pass the new farm bill with veto-proof majorities. (AFP)

A controversial new report from Greenpeace ranks major supermarkets' sustainable-seafood practices. (Seattle Times)

-Ian Froeb

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