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From Wall Street To Big Food, Occupiers Are Hungry For Change

Occupy Big Food says it wants "to take our food back and out of the hands of just a few large corporations." A food politics expert says the group should focus on learning about the farm bill.
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Orchard To Help Expand Bread For The City's Menu

D.C. nonprofit Bread for the City might be branching out into some fruitier food for the city with the opening of its new orchard in Maryland.

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Mrs. Stamberg's Relish Goes To Washington

This year, Susan Stamberg brings her mother-in-law's famous cranberry relish recipe to two veteran White House chefs. They say it reminds them of the infamous "cheddar cheese ring" from the Carter administration.
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Swipe A Loyalty Card, Help A Food Detective?

In many food safety investigations, disease detectives ask people what they ate. But most people often can't remember. Enter the loyalty card database, which never forgets.
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Meatless Monday: Moderation At The Dinner Table

Even as meaty holiday meals become the norm this month, there are some who are practicing the 'everything in moderation' mantra by opting to eat less meat.

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For Thanksgiving, Pumpkins That Won't Be Found In Cans

Maryland farmer David Heisler is luring customers to try fresh pumpkin with 38 varieties. They come in orange, but also red, green, yellow, white, speckled, and blue.
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Agreement Between D.C. And Walmart Roils Activists

Walmart now plans to bring six stores to the District of Columbia, but activists are upset that the D.C. government hasn't pressed the retailer to agree to a community benefits package.

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