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Pennsylvania and New Jersey Wines Get Some Recognition; An Incurable Virus Threatens the Future of Florida Citrus Fruits
Plus more money than ever will be spent on concessions at the Super Bowl, and Michelle Obama works with Wal-Mart to reduce the price on fruit and vegetables, all in our morning news roundup.
Eddie Huang, Salon Correspondent; Eat Your Carrots for Sexy Orange Skin
Plus: introducing the 2,400-calorie burrito, MObama and Wal-Mart team up, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Eat Your Carrots for Sexy Orange Skin; Behold the 2,400-Calorie Burrito
Plus: MObama and Wal-Mart team up, citrus in peril from virus, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Bush Administration Pushed Genetically Modified Foods; 8,000 Pounds of Angus Beef Recalled
Wikileaks reveals aims for more modified frankenfood, while there's yet another listeria scare in our meat supply.
Introducing Pet Salad; U.S. Pressured Europe on Genetically Modified Foods
Plus: sheep theft in the English countryside, Angus patties recalled, and more, in our morning news roundup.
New Food and Beverage Concepts Are Coming to the Latham Hotel; 8,000 Lbs. of Fully Cooked Angus Beef Patties Recalled
Plus Wal-Mart pledges $2 million to upgrade food banks, and Japan lunches a program to train fish handlers abroad, all in our morning news roundup.
Breaking: Rich Are Rich Again, Poor Still Poor
The "new normal," it turns out, is pretty much the same as the old normal.
By Jessica Pressler
Does Detroit Actually Need a Wal-Mart Instead of All Those Urban Farms?
So argues a recent article in 'Good' magazine.
By Jenny Miller
Wal-Mart Steps Up Its New York Propaganda War
A website seeks to mobilize supporters, but do supporters care enough to mobilize?
By Dan Amira
Wal-Mart Will Invade Brooklyn Come Hell, High Water, or Lack of Parking Lot Space
They're trying to open a store in Brooklyn.
By Charlotte Cowles
You Might Be Surprised by What New Yorkers Think of Wal-Mart
They like it, and most of them want one in their neighborhood.
By Chris Rovzar
Sex Discrimination Lawsuit Against Wal-Mart Gets Kicked Up to the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court will be deciding whether a class-action suit is appropriate.
By Nitasha Tiku
Plastic Bags Banned by L.A. County; French and Mexican Foods Need Protection
Unincorporated areas of L.A. will see plastic grocery bags phased out, while The U.N. starts looking to save cultural cuisine.
U.N. Declares French, Mexican Cuisines Endangered; Red Wine Can Pair Well With Seafood
Plus: Extra-virgin olive oil not the best for cooking, megaretailers see gains in food sales, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
McFadden’s Calls Racism Suit a ‘Work of Fiction;’ Olive Oil Loses Its Flavor When Heated
Plus 15 percent of US households had trouble getting enough to eat last year, and California figures out a way to gauge how local food really is, all in our morning news roundup.
Lindsay Lohan Rejects Father's Chinese Food Delivery; Food Becomes a Focus of High Fashion
The star objects to an unannounced, if potentially tasty, visit, while Barney's and Vogue are hungry for chefs and edibles.
Krispy Kreme Rolls Out a New Business Strategy; Even in a Recession Business Is Booming For Food Producers
Plus North Koreans are defecting to South Kore and China due to food shortages, and reusable bags from Wal-Mart and Target contain lead, all in our morning news roundup.
Justin Bieber Threatens to Shave His Head in an Interview About His Forthcoming Scented Dog Tags
The terrifying prospects abound!
By Amy Odell
Wal-Mart Moves Toward Locavorism
But what does "local" mean to the country's largest grocer?
By Alex Van Buren
Justin Bieber Made Some Nail Polish to Sell Exclusively at Wal-Mart
Quick — make sure the 11-year-old girl next to you is still standing.
By Amy Odell