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  • Calm down: The Great Chipotle Guacamole Scare is a non-issue. Right?

    Chipotle fans – and there are many – are in a near panic over a recent report from the company which seems to suggest that climate change could cause guacamole to disappear from the chain’s menu. The reality may be much less dramatic....
  • Galvanizing 'Fed Up' takes a hard look at the food industry

    Galvanizing 'Fed Up' takes a hard look at the food industry
    Moviegoers would be hard-pressed to find a film more laden with corporate logos than "Fed Up" — and that's one of the strengths of this galvanizing documentary: It pulls no punches in its informed outrage against the food industry, zeroing in on the...
  • First Toyota, next Sriracha? Texans wooing California hot sauce plant

    Texas lawmakers are making a play to steal California's most famous hot sauce maker, the embattled Sriracha plant in Irwindale. Later, this month, Sriracha will host a Lone Star state delegation, eager to poach the popular sauce and its 200 jobs....
  • Global food supply grows increasingly homogeneous, study says

    Global food supply grows increasingly homogeneous, study says
    In the last 50 years, what’s on dinner plates has grown more similar the world over – with major consequences for human nutrition and global food security, researchers said Monday. “Diversity enhances the health and function of complex...
  • Yellen says Fed's 'extraordinary commitment' still needed

    WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, saying the job market is far from normal, made clear Monday that the central bank remains committed to providing extraordinary support for the economy for some time to come. Yellen’s remarks...
  • Gluten-free isn't necessarily healthful, speakers say

    Gluten-free isn't necessarily healthful, speakers say
    Kristine Kidd, who has celiac disease and has written a cookbook on gluten-free foods,  says she likes to use polenta, nut flours, buckwheat and the like — avoiding for the most part “white starches” that don’t contain wheat but...
  • Shopping for sustainable food in the L.A. area

    Shopping for sustainable food in the L.A. area
    There's no way around it. In most cases, eating sustainably is probably going to be more expensive and less convenient than simply running down the street to your neighborhood grocery. But if you're interested in where your food comes from and how it gets...
  • Checkers drives into the Valley

    French fry lovers rejoice! The Lehigh Valley's first Checkers have opened within months of each other, allowing customers to "feast on" in Allentown and Bethlehem. The greasy-spoon section of Allentown's South Fourth Street got even greasier thanks to...
  • Planned food safety rules rile organic farmers

    Planned food safety rules rile organic farmers
    HUSTONTOWN, Pa. — Jim Crawford was rushing to load crates of freshly picked organic tomatoes onto trucks heading for an urban farmers market when he noticed the federal agent. A tense conversation followed as the visitor to his farm — an...
  • Keep Your Heart Happy and Healthy

    Keep Your Heart Happy and Healthy
    If you have a piece of dark chocolate you are keeping your heart healthy and happy, but too much sugar is not going to improve your health.  So, let’s focus on finding ways to promote heart health. Tips for a Healthy Heart      1.    Add more...
  • Letters: Soylent Green may be the future

    Re "Farmers caught up in food safety net," Feb. 24 In the future we all might be eating Soylent Green. Remember that movie about the overstressed, overcrowded planet with scarce food supplies and strange regulations not based on common sense but on...