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Farewell To Argentina's Famed Beef

Over the past decade, Argentina's cattlemen have quietly shifted their cows from grass to grain. Blame soaring world prices for commodities like soybeans, as well as government policies discouraging export. Argentine chefs say the switch to grain-fed beef marks the loss of a cultural icon.
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Environmental Claims For Farmed Fish Don't Hold Up To Scrutiny

A study released this week found that many eco-labels for farmed seafood don't guarantee the fish was raised in a way that protects the marine environment.
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Superfood Kale In The Limelight

This week, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin told the world not to "mess with kale." But it seems kale has been outgunning other dark leafy vegetables for some time now.
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Bonbons For Breakfast? Most Kid Cereals Pack Enough Sugar To Be Dessert

A new report by the Environmental Working Group finds that the vast majority of popular cereals marketed to kids exceed guidelines that call for no more than 26 percent added sugar by weight.
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Chicken Vs. Kale: Artist Fights Chick-Fil-A Suit

With the help of Vermont's governor, folk artist Bo Muller-Moore is contesting charges of trademark infringement from Chick-fil-A. The fast-food chain says Muller-Moore's "Eat More Kale" T-shirts too closely resemble its own "Eat Mor Chikin" ad campaign.
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Here Come The Food Trend Lists

From comfort food to foraging to food trucks, we take a look at and round up the latest food trend lists for 2011 and 2012.

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