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Chicago inmates can order fancy Italian pizza made in jail 26.5.2017 AP National
CHICAGO (AP) -- How can you get a gourmet Italian pizza delivered right to your door for no more than $7? Get locked up at Cook County Jail in Chicago....
Pediatricians advise no fruit juice until kids are 1 22.5.2017 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Older kids should limit the amount of juice they drink too. Whole fruit is better than juice because it contains fiber, which slows the absorption of sugar and fills you up the way juice doesn't.
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Pediatricians Advise No Fruit Juice Until Kids Are 1 22.5.2017 NPR Health Science
Older kids should limit the amount of juice they drink too. Whole fruit is better than juice because it contains fiber, which slows the absorption of sugar and fills you up the way juice doesn't.
Food co-op's bankruptcy signals trouble for independent grocers 11.5.2017 Chicago Tribune: Business
There are a whole bunch of reasons why Central Grocers, a longtime area food store operator and wholesaler, recently filed for bankruptcy, but here's a big one: The traditional supermarket experience is over. An immediate result of its Chapter 11 filing is the sale or closing of its grocery ...
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Tuition help for fast-food workers? Heck yeah, Guild Education is from Denver! 8.5.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Denver startup Guild Education figured out how to get employers to offer a perk beyond free food to frontline workers. How about a college degree?
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In Mosul, hunger grows amid slow advances against IS 6.5.2017 Washington Post: World
Aliyah Hussein and the 25 family members sheltering with her in Mosul’s western Mahatta neighborhood are surviving by picking wild greens growing in a park near their home. Hussein mixes the vegetables with small amounts of rice and tomato paste to make a thin soup that is often her family’s only meal.
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In Mosul, hunger grows amid slow advances against IS 6.5.2017 Seattle Times: Nation & World

MOSUL, Iraq (AP) — Aliyah Hussein and the 25 family members sheltering with her in Mosul’s western Mahatta neighborhood are surviving by picking wild greens growing in a park near their home. Hussein mixes the vegetables with small amounts of rice and tomato paste to make a thin soup that is often her family’s only […]
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California Inc.: Stop the presses — another writers' strike is looming 1.5.2017 LA Times: Commentary

Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business Section.

I'm Business columnist David Lazarus, and here's a rundown of upcoming stories this week and the highlights of last week.

Trading resumes Monday after investors saw the first economic report card of the Trump...

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The tools and ingredients every adult should have in the kitchen 27.4.2017 Washington Post
The tools and ingredients every adult should have in the kitchen
French candidates call a brief truce as France honors officer killed by Champs-Elysees gunman 26.4.2017 L.A. Times - World News

The two candidates in France’s hotly contested presidential election called a brief truce Tuesday to honor a police officer gunned down last week on the Champs-Elysees.

Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and the far right’s Marine Le Pen attended an emotional memorial ceremony for Xavier Jugele,...

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Albertsons is interested in buying Whole Foods, report says 25.4.2017 LA Times: Business

Albertsons is apparently still shopping around in the organic aisle.

The grocery chain’s owner is reportedly considering a takeover of high-end grocer Whole Foods Market Inc., according to a report Monday from the Financial Times. The news comes just weeks after Bloomberg reported that Albertsons...

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Slow start won't hurt race for local buyout deals 18.4.2017 Chicago Tribune: Business
The pace of corporate mergers and acquisitions is expected to be brisk this year, but some Chicago-based marquee deals are slowing down the action. A couple of significant area transactions are stuck in the muck, snagged by regulatory or marketplace complications. Among those in waiting: the ...
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L.A. Unified took a stand -- and chicken all but disappeared from its menus 13.4.2017 LA Times: Commentary
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Funnel cakes and second chances, both on menu of this Salt Lake food truck 13.4.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
The Other Side Food Truck serves sweet and savory funnel cakes with a generous side of hope and second chances. The mobile food business, based in Salt Lake City, is operated by The Other Side Academy, a nonprofit residential living and vocational school whose students have previously “hit rock bottom” through drug addiction, criminal behavior or homelessness, said food-truck director Moe Egan. “They come to school to learn new life skills and get to ‘the other side.’” Launched last fall, the fo...
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Chicken nearly disappeared from L.A. school lunches. Now, it's making a comeback 13.4.2017 LA Times: Commentary

For more than a year, one of the foods Los Angeles students like best has been all but absent from school menus.

Last month, high school students, with two entree choices at lunch, were offered an oven-baked drumstick on the 24th — but that was it for chicken.

Los Angeles Unified School District...

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Healthy Eating: Slow-cooker whole-grain porridge 3.4.2017 Steamboat Pilot

Slow-cooker whole-grain porridge

1 c. steel-cut oats

1/2 c. red quinoa

1/2 c. brown rice

1/2 c. pearled barley

4 c. whole milk

3/4 tsp. Kosher salt

7 1/2 c. water

2 tbsp. unsalted butter

In a greased 6-quart slow-cooker, combine oats, quinoa, rice, barley, milk, salt and water. Cover and cook overnight (eight hours) on low or three to four hours on high. Stir in butter, and serve with your favorite hot cereal toppings. Serves 4

Recipe provided by Stephanie Finegan

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Trump to select Scott Gottlieb, a physician with deep drug-industry ties, to run the FDA 11.3.2017 Washington Post
If confirmed, the conservative doctor would bring a strong pro-industry, deregulatory approach to an agency that Trump has criticized as being overly restrictive.
This new Glendale gourmet foods shop has Russian smoked fish and caviar 6.3.2017 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Before Putin, before the KGB, before the Bolsheviks even, the Russian empire was renowned for its luxuriant smoked fish, a rich culinary tradition that Ashkenazi Jewish immigrants would later import to America in the form of lox-filled counters and delicatessens. As anyone who has attended a Russian...

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Why deporting undocumented immigrants could slow US economy 2.3.2017 Seattle Times: Business & Technology

WASHINGTON (AP) — If President Donald Trump’s hardline stance on illegal immigration leads to large-scale deportations, among those hurt could be the U.S. economy. That’s the view of many economists, who say the United States can’t afford to suddenly lose vast numbers of the immigrants who work illegally picking fruit and vegetables, building houses, busing […]
The soup business has grown cold. Inside Campbell’s plan to turn it around. 4.2.2017 Washington Post
The company once known for its iconic red and white cans is remaking itself to cater to the growing preference for seasonal, organic and fresh ingredients.
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