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Fresh Food Advocate Links Farmers, Doctors, Low-Income Families

Wholesome Wave CEO and President Michael Nischan tells The Salt about plans to get doctors to prescribe fresh fruits and vegetables for better health and encouraging farmers to connect with low-income neighborhoods.
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Stone Age Mediterranean Farmer ISO Hungry Nordic Hunter-Gatherer?

What was a farmer with Mediterranean roots doing in Sweden 5,000 years ago? Bringing farming north to the hunter-gatherers, according to new DNA research.
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Nutella Maker May Settle Deceptive Ad Lawsuit For $3 Million

It might be hard to imagine anyone believing that Nutella, the sweet chocolate-hazelnut spread is good for you. But the company's agreed to settle claims that its ads made it seem healthier than it is.
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Your 'Food Porn' Verdict? Keep The Photos Coming

In our poll on food photos on social media, 45 percent of respondents said that they like the photos and don't think the "culinary paparazzi" has gone too far. Still, some 28 percent of respondents said they're fed up.
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New D.C. Restaurants Nix The Reservations

We find out why so many restaurants seem to be committing to being "fully committed" all the time.

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The Cuban Sandwich Crisis Has A Winner: Tampa

The votes and the judge's ruling are in, and Tampa has trumped Miami as the home of the Cuban sandwich. Our poll and two audio essays from reporters in Tampa and Miami helped make the case.

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