The Morning Brew: 2.25

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Hellmann's Mayonnaise goes cage-free. Is it more than a marketing ploy? And what does cage-free mean anymore, anyway? (PR Newswire, New York Times, Denver Post)

Manhattan develops plan for food sustainability. The plan recommends urban agriculture, Meatless Monday, increased education on local food and nutrition, and funding infrastructure for farmer's markets. (Change.org)

With a $326 million increase in food safety funds for the next fiscal year, the FDA looks to introduce a new era in science-based prevention of food safety gaffes. (The Atlantic)

Despite the perks of community, being a regular can be smothering. (Chicago Daily Tribune)

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