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Urban farming takes root in Detroit

Oct 8, 2009
A collaborative movement between a Michigan farmer and a Detroit environmentalist is taking gardening to another level in the Motor City. Phillip Martin reports.
Posted In: Agriculture, Food

'King' revamps for global conquest

Oct 7, 2009
Burger King patrons will soon be privy to brick walls and industrial metal counter-tops as the chain revamps its restaurants to make it more globally competitive. But this might be a tough sell for franchisees. Rico Gagliano reports.
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Leafy greens that might make you sick

Oct 6, 2009
A top consumer advocate has released a list of the foods most likely to make you sick. The most dangerous food? Leafy greens. Jennifer Collins reports.
Posted In: Food

Michelin NYC scopes eats under $25

Oct 5, 2009
Michelin is releasing its guide for the best 662 restaurants in New York with some new additions -- including where to get a good meal for under $25. Bob Moon explores the move with Michelin Guide Director Jean Luc Naret.
Posted In: Food

Conde Nast slims down, cuts Gourmet

Oct 5, 2009
Conde Nast will be shutting down Gourmet Magazine, one of its longest-running titles, while keeping its Bon Appetit title alive. Longtime Gourmet fans and foodies are distressed by the loss. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Food

Campaign gives a toast to sherry

Sep 30, 2009
Wine producers in Spain are waging a campaign to make sherry cool. Caitlan Carroll reports.
Posted In: Food

Kenyan hunger worsens over drought

Sep 30, 2009
Millions of Kenyans are going hungry because of a severe drought that has devastated harvests and caused food prices to more than double. Jennifer Collins reports.
Posted In: Food

'Via' coffee not an economic reaction

Sep 30, 2009
Yesterday, Starbucks launched an instant coffee product called Via and tapped into a $20 billion global market. But the move wasn't a response to the economic downturn. Bill Radke talks to Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.
Posted In: Food

Food makers hungry to change for WIC

Sep 29, 2009
The WIC program, which offers nutrition education and food vouchers to low-income families, will soon get a healthy overhaul. But to cash in, food manufacturers have had to make some adjustments. Rachel Dornhelm reports.
Posted In: Food

Nestle's milk linked to Zimbabwe prez

Sep 28, 2009
Swiss food giant Nestle is being accused of aiding and abetting the theft of a Zimbabwean dairy farm, which was seized from its white owners and is now run by the wife of President Robert Mugabe. Stephen Beard reports.
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