The Morning Brew: Monday, 8.17

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Supervalu, the parent company of Shop 'n Save, recalls frozen mac and cheese for listeria contamination. (Associated Press)

Marion Nestle has some ideas for improving school lunches. So do Whole Foods and Ann Cooper. (San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times)

Peaches top the Environmental Working Group's Dirty Dozen list of foods most likely to contain pesticides. (KSPR - ABC)

Robot veggie-picker could surpass human ability to harvest vegetables at their prime. (Physorg.com)

Why does Mommy drink? (New York Times)

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