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11 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Starbucks To Stop Throwing Out Perfectly Good Food By 2019

Starbucks said Thursday it will accelerate plans to give all its stores’ unsold ready-to-eat meals to food banks. The chain launched a pilot program six months ago for select Starbucks stores to donate extra food at the end of each day and said it would expand the effort over the next five years across its 7,600 company-operated locations. Now, it ...

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AUG 26, 2016 - Chicago Tribune

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Meet the real sausage king of Chicago

There is indeed a sausage king of Chicago and, contrary to popular belief, it is not Abe Froman, the mythical sovereign of tubed meat immortalized in the 1986 classic "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Oh, Vienna Beef CEO Jim Bodman will deny it, but who else? Almost 50 years ago, Bodman took his first...

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AUG 12, 2016 - UPI

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Non-profit urges McDonald's to reduce antibiotics in livestock supply chain

Ed AdamczykLONDON, Aug. 12 (UPI) -- The non-profit group ShareAction called on the McDonald's Corporation to stop antibiotics use in its meat sources.

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AUG 12, 2016 - Huffington Post

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This Beer Is Made From Old Bread

What if instead of throwing out your stale bread, you could drink it. That’s the idea behind Toast Ale, a beer brewed using bread that would otherwise go to waste. The company was founded by Tristram Stuart, an activist known for his efforts to reduce the amount of edible food that ends up in landfills. Toast Ale partners with local bakeries ...

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AUG 12, 2016 - NPR

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Fines For Meat Industry's Safety Problems Are 'Embarrassingly Low'

Slaughterhouses, while safer than decades ago, are some of the country's most hazardous workplaces. They are fined by the government for safety violations, but those fines may not be big enough.

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