One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food as Diabetes Climbs Across India

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Food stories of 2017: The trends, serious issues, and weird stories …

SFGate33 minutes ago
This year, the food articles and trend pieces that dominated the favorites lists showed a glimpse at the topics that readers are interested in and affected by. There was everything from the tragedy-laced stories on wineries deeply affected by the Wine Country fires to infinitely more fun and Instagram-driven …
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How to See the Best Art (and Eat the Best Food) in New Orleans …

BloombergDec. 28, 2017
For food and drinks: Slide up to the bar at Seaworthy next to the Ace for oysters and cocktails with fun names like Betty’s Revenge (gin sour) and the Kumbaya, described as a smoky, spicy “flavor bomb.” Also near the Ogden and the Contemporary Art Center, try the rustic Peche, where chef Ryan Prewitt’s …
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One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food as Diabetes Climbs Across India

New York TimesDec. 25, 2017
NEW DELHI — Rahul Verma’s son was born gravely ill with digestive problems, but over years of visits to the boy’s endocrinologist, Mr. Verma saw the doctor grow increasingly alarmed about a different problem, one threatening healthy children. Junk food, the doctor warned, was especially dangerous to …
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27 Restaurants Open on Christmas Day 2017

Money MagazineDec. 24, 2017
What restaurants are open on Christmas Day 2017? We’ve done the searching for anyone looking for a quick bite, a holiday dinner, or anything in between on Dec. 25. There are plenty of diner chains (think: Denny’s, IHOP, Waffle House) open for Christmas on Monday, and a number of fast-food …
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Another retraction to appear for Cornell food scientist Brian Wansink

Retraction Watch (blog)17 hours ago
The new year will bring a sixth retraction for food scientist Brian Wansink, whose work has been under fire for all of 2017. Although the notice has not yet been … 1-Around half of the F statistics reported in these three articles cannot be correct, given the means that were reported. Either the means are wrong, …
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In Asia’s Fattest Country, Nutritionists Take Money From Food Giants

New York TimesDec. 23, 2017
The research, conducted by scientists from the Nutrition Society of Malaysia, which Dr. Tee heads, has produced several articles for peer-reviewed academic journals. But scientists weren’t the only ones vetting the material. One of the reviewers was Nestlé, the world’s largest food company, which financed …
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7 best-read food and beverage packaging articles of 2017

Packaging DigestDec. 12, 2017
That’s what we have in mind with our annual compilation of the best-read articlespublished at over the past year. It’s our data-driven way to share with you the content that’s must-read with your peers in food and beverage packaging and likely deserving of your attention, too.
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9 Things That Influence How Fast (or Slow) You Lose Weight

U.S. News & World ReportDec. 22, 2017
Your weight-loss history, lifestyle and much more play a role in how quickly you shed pounds. (Getty Images). Everyone wants to lose weight fast – like, yesterday-fast. But the thing is, the weight didn’t come on overnight, and it’s not going to leave that way, either. So, then, how fast is realistic? As a general …
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FDA Takes Too Long To Recall Tainted Food, Federal Investigators …

Houston Public Media14 hours ago
Dr. Scott Gottlieb is head of the Food and Drug Administration. Federal investigators reviewed 30 of 1,557 food recalls between 2012 and 2015. They found that the FDA did not always evaluate food-borne hazards fast enough or ensure that companies initiated recalls promptly. Contaminated food is taking …
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How blockchain technology could transform the food industry

The Conversation CADec. 19, 2017
Blockchain technology could solve food safety and fraud by enabling immediate traceability to the point of origin. … Sylvain Charlebois does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations …

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