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  1. Stone Crab Season Is Almost Here! Top 5 Not-To-Be-Missed October ...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Ocean Drive

    With stone crab season already here, what better way to celebrate than by attending Miami's most hotly-anticipated seafood event of the year? At the South Beach Seafood Festival , there's an endless offering of amazing food, drinks, and fun. So, mark your calendars now for these five amazing foodie events happening this October.

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  2. Hostess Brands Inc (TWNK) Shares Bought by Bank of New York Mellon CorpRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | Daily Political

    ... Brands presently has an average rating of "Hold" and an average target price of $15.67. Hostess Brands, Inc, a packaged food company, develops, manufactures, markets, sells, and distributes fresh sweet baked goods in the United States. It primarily ...

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  3. Move over, GMOs: More precise form of genetic engineering could make tomatoes sweeter, corn biggerRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Chicago Tribune

    ... / Chicago Tribune) A new gene-editing technology known as CRISPR could soon be used to alter the crops producing the food we eat - making tomatoes sweeter, for example, or vegetables more resistant to disease. It remains to be seen how consumers ...

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  4. A spud-tastrophe! Fries in Europe could lose up to an inchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Silver City Sun-News

    It's not exactly fry-tastic news. After a brutally hot, dry summer caused a potato shortage in Belgium, France and the U.K., fry size is taking a hit.

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  5. Cantigny garden program helps veterans to relate, to growRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Daily Herald

    ... master gardener lead about 20 veterans a week in tending the gardens, growing a variety of vegetables for home use and food pantries. "The fact that there are more things to grow than tomatoes and peppers," Porter says. (The gardens they refer to as ...

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  6. Kiwifruit duplicated its DNA in two separate evolutionary events millions of years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Medical News

    Today's kiwifruit, a member of the Chinese gooseberry family, contains about as much vitamin C as an orange. This extra boost in vitamin C production is the result of the kiwifruit's ancestors' spontaneously duplicating their DNA in two separate evolutionary events approximately 50-57 million and 18-20 million years ago, as reported September 20 in the journal iScience .

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  7. BetterYou receives double accolade at Janey Loves Platinum Awards 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | Medical News

    Presenting excellence and innovation in natural, organic and eco products and services, the awards named BetterYou's Turmeric Oral Spray the winner in the Vitamins & Supplements category and its MagnesiumSkin Body Butter was highly commended in the Body Care category. The awards, which are judged by key influencers including renowned celebrity and respected experts, are one of the most established natural health and wellbeing awards in the UK.

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  8. Peper column: Farmers markets provide a sense of community, tranquilityRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Post and Courier

    ... watching the people and the produce. It was mid-afternoon and a gentle breeze added to an almost hypnotic mixture of food and family. There were moms recently from yoga class. A retired couple carrying plastic bags with unshucked corn spilling from ...

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  9. Haworth Steam Brewery branches out to make fruit tonic watersRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    A BRADFORD firm has begun making natural fruit based tonic waters in addition to its successful small batch hand-crafted gins. Haworth Steam Brewery branched out into making flavoured gins around 18 months ago, and more recently the company has added six flavoured botanical tonics under the Gascoigne's label.

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  10. Where to get the most instagrammable hotpot dishes in townRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | South China Morning Post

    ... in 2012, Quan Alley gained popularity with its impeccable presentation and top-notch ingredients. Riding the wave of food on Instagram in the last several years, the refined hotpot restaurant soon became one of the most popular restaurants in town. ...

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  11. Woman says drinking her own PEE has cured her severe low immune systemRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | Mail on Sunday

    Yoga teacher claims drinking half a pint of her own URINE every day has cured her weak immune system and severe fatigue A woman has revealed she feels better than ever after she started drinking her own urine every morning, as well as exfoliating and moisturising her face with it. Kayleigh Oakley, 33, from Newington, Kent, drinks half a pint of pee upon waking, claiming that it keeps her complexion looking fresh and that it has cured a 'lifetime' of health conditions.

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  12. Where a fintech entrepreneur takes visitors to eat in Hong KongRead the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | South China Morning Post

    After 12 years in Hong Kong, former banker Rajah Chaudhry knows good food. He tells us his go-to places to eat around the city, and where he takes out-of-town guests Former banker Rajah Chaudhry has lived in Hong Kong for 12 years.

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  13. China says new African swine fever outbreak reported in Inner MongoliaRead the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | Reuters

    China said on Monday it has confirmed a new outbreak of African swine fever in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of northern China, as authorities struggle to contain the highly contagious disease. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said a slaughterhouse in the city of Hohhot reported the outbreak, adding that four pigs were infected with, and two had died from, African swine fever.

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  14. Felina: New Hope's possibly permanent pop-up restaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | Philly.com

    Chef Anthony Bucco, whose distinguished career includes the North Jersey gems Ryland Inn and Restaurant Latour, has had longtime plans to open Felina, a contemporary Italian bar-restaurant, in Ridgewood, N.J. Meanwhile, his business partners, developers Frank and Jeanne Cretola, have a vacant restaurant space, the old Mansion Inn at 9 S. Main St. in New Hope, an hour and a half away. The Cretolas, who also own Logan Inn and Hotel du Village in the borough, are renovating the mid-19th-century mansion, which has guest rooms on upper floors and last was used as a tea room.

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  15. Could the humble cabbage help stop the march of African swine fever in China - and the world?Read the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | NEWS.com.au

    Chinese researchers say some common plants harbour a molecule that appears to alter the DNA of the virus plaguing pig farms from Africa to South America Common plants such as cabbage, cauliflower and rapeseed could hold the key to stopping the spread of the deadly African swine fever virus threatening pork production around the world, according to research by a major Chinese government laboratory. Researchers at the Pilot National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology in Qingdao, in eastern China's Shandong province, said an unnamed molecule found in the plants could deactivate an important enzyme used by the African swine fever virus to assemble its DNA.

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  16. Ben & Jerry's founders' seek 7 flavors for 7 Democratic candidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KBMT

    The Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream co-founders are rolling out ice cream flavors inspired by seven progressive Democratic candidates for the U.S. House. Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, the co-founders of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, are teaming up with the liberal PAC MoveOn to roll out seven new ice cream flavors inspired by seven progressive Democratic candidates running for U.S. House seats in 2018.

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  17. Vertical Farming Market to hit $13bn by 2024: Global Market Insights, Inc.Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | GlobeNewswire

    Vertical Farming Market By Application , By Technology , By Product , Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecasts to 2024 is expected to reach USD 13 billion by 2024; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. Increasing population rate along with upsurge in food demand will significantly drive the vertical farming market by 2024. Vertical farming is an advanced method and offers numerous benefits over traditional technique such as low dependency on the soil fertility, manpower and less usage of agrochemicals, water, etc.

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  18. Australia strawberry crisis now tastes a little sweeter for farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Mail & Guardian

    In the latest twist, needles have turned up in a punnet of Australian strawberries in New Zealand, prompting the authorities there to say each punnet would be screened. Australia's pins-in-punnets strawberry crisis prompted a spate of social-media driven hoaxes, but sites like Facebook and Twitter are also helping stir a revival in sales that has left some farmers struggling to meet resurgent demand.

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  19. Gnaw Chocolate scoops major award having invested nearly A 200,000 following French demand boomRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Eastern Daily Press

    Norwich chocolate company Gnaw was the big winner at the regional British Chamber of Commerce awards, after a year in which it has invested heavily to keep up with demand abroad. Gnaw Chocolate, a past member of the Future50 programme, took home the region's Export Business of the Year title, having launched in France in January and recently landed a A 1m deal in Russia.

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  20. First Look Inside: Top bistro Pinion set to open its doors this FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sthelensstar.co.uk

    SLEEK interiors and food favourites are the flavour of the day as a new bistro by top chef Gary Usher is set to open in Prescot on Friday, September 28. Following a crowdfunding campaign, which raised 50k in less than an 24-hours, Gary is finally set to launch Pinion on Eccleston Street after being attracted to Prescot through recent efforts and council initiatives to raise the profile of Prescot and regenerate the high street. Pinion, named as a nod to the town's watch making history, is the fifth restaurant in the 'Elite Bistro's of the World' group and will feature the other restaurant's signature 'laid back, bistro style' on Eccleston Street in the town centre.

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