University of North Carolina study shows that kids are getting roughly 27% of their calories from junk food snacking. Snacking's up 77% since 1977. (MSNBC.com)
Small farmers and organic foods industry welcome tightening of "organic" definition. With $24 million spent in 2008 on foods bearing the organic label, the vague definition leaves consumers still unsure about what they're buying. New meat and milk rules would ensure more pasture time for animals. (Los Angeles Times)
As an artist's medium to haute ingredient, sweetened condensed milk makes a comeback. It's not just a war-ration nutritional supplement anymore. (New York Times)
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