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Mussels disappearing from New England waters, scientists sayPORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Scientists say the Gulf of Maine’s once strong population of wild blue mussels is disappearing. A recent report in the journal [more]

This fast-casual chain New Yorkers love just took sustainable food to the next levelDig Inn — the Manhattan-born chain known for organic meals at affordable prices — will soon buy its own farm and hire its own farmers.  By [more]

Revitalizing native food cultures in modern kitchensBecause so many of the native food ways passed down through generations orally, they have been forgotten or obscured, and the quest to revive them [more]

Surprising and Sustainable Ways You Can Use HempHemp, rather foolishly, long carried a torrid reputation based on the intoxicating effects of its cousin, marijuana. Though hemp doesn’t carry the same properties, for [more]

Is California The Capital Of Culinary Diversity In America?Real estate website just released a report ranking the top U.S. cities based on the diversity of available dining options per household. Judging by [more]

FDA tests confirm hepatitis A in scallops from PhilippinesHONOLULU (AP) — U.S. Food and Drug Administration tests found hepatitis A in scallops from the Philippines, which have been identified as the likely source [more]

Old steel mill will soon be world’s largest vertical farmNEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Stacks of leafy greens are sprouting inside an old brewery in New Jersey. “What we do is we trick it,” said [more]

Staplehouse is the #1 Best New Restaurant in America 2016Ryan Smith is not happy with the flatiron steak that just landed in front of him. It’s grilled to an on-the-nose medium-rare, but a thin [more]

Meet the SAVEUR Blog Awards Finalists: 6 Food Videos We Love Food Egg magic, the unseen New York, and a comedy about one woman's relationship with her sourdough starter Egg magic, the unseen New York, and a comedy [more]

Bon Appetite's Ten Best New Restaurants for 2016As it does every year, Bon Appétit magazine today released its annual 'Hot 10,' a list of what the magazine's editors consider America's 10 best new [more]

Eat Your Way Through Japan With Ice Cream Travel Across the country, roadside stalls, breweries, and small shops serve an unexpected and regionally diverse delicacy: soft serve Across the country, roadside stalls, breweries, and small [more]

All Day, Your Way Creators reveal the story behind the birth of a crowd pleasing everyday restaurant in Chicago. By Barbara Revsine August 16, 2016 Credit Richard Melman, Chicago-based Lettuce Entertain [more]

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