The Morning Brew: Friday, 9.12




The FDA warns that infant formula from China might be contaminated with melamine, the contaminant that caused last year's pet-food scare. (Los Angeles Times)

The USDA reduces its projections for corn and soybean harvests, but the totals should still be near-record levels. (AP)

Whole Foods plans to open smaller stores. (Dow Jones)

And now to clear out the weird-news file:

A new use for goats. (Los Angeles Times)

A strange wine caper. Not as strange as the sausage caper from earlier this week. But, still. (RNN TV)

- Ian Froeb

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