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Kiko’s Food News, 9.11.14

It’s exciting to see healthier food marketing to kids pursued not only by removing junk food ads and toys, but by creating fun, nutritious snack food aisles in the grocery store: (Professional Search for Knowledge) Big Food skeptics like myself should consider this argument that mega food service providers could be ideally poised to … Continue Reading


 

Kiko’s Food News, 9.5.14

San Francisco will be the first American city to offer a financial incentive for urban farming; starting this week, owners of empty lots could save thousands of dollars a year in property taxes in exchange for allowing their land to be farmed! (San Francisco Chronicle) A Harvard study revealed that … Continue Reading


 

Kiko’s Food News, 8.29.14

Grandma, if you’re reading this, don’t give up your cottage cheese just yet: doctors know that people who eat too much salt should eat less of it, but may be guilty of running too far and too fast in the other direction given that Americans’ average consumption of 3.4 grams … Continue Reading


 

Kiko’s Food News, 8.22.14

Given the over $1 billion of food the US exported to Russia last year, Putin’s ban on American food imports is going to hit our poultry, pork and nut industries hard; food makers, however, claim they’ll be able to redistribute production to other global markets: (Washington Post) The next international exposition, … Continue Reading


 

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