Here are some of the latest headlines from the magical and mysterious world of food...
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- "Psychedelic Nutmeg: A New High in Holiday Cheer" - John Hendel, The Atlantic. Also by Hendel: "Beef Bites Back: College Students Spread the Gospel of Big Meat"
- "Spring to life, food safety bill charts a course to the president's desk" - Tom Philpott, Grist.org
- "Harmful Pesticide Approved For Use on California Strawberries" - Sarah Kaiser, Earth Eats, Indiana Public Media
- "The Year in Food: 2010's Best, Worst and Most Delicious Food Stories" - Ari LeVaux, AlterNet.org. Also by LeVaux: "Farm Schools Aren't Just for the Kids of Rich Ex-Hippies," The Atlantic
- "The First Amendment: A Shield for Food Marketers" - Marion Nestle, The Atlantic, FoodPolitics.com
- "Restaurant Goers Willing to Pay More To Eat Green, Study Shows" - Adam Schweigert, Earth Eats, Indiana Public Media
- "Leaked Memo Sheds Light on Mysterious Bee Die-Offs and Who's to Blame" - Jill Richardson, AlterNet.org
- "Factory Farms: Decreasing in Number, But Increasing in Size: 20 Percent Growth in 5 Years" - Rachel Cernansky, TreeHugger
- "5 of the Weirdest New Genetically Modified Foods" - Sara Novak, AlterNet.org, Planet Green
- "A Big Win for Healthy Food in Our Schools" - Robert Gottlieb and Anupama Joshi, AlterNet.org, OtherWords.org