Food News Roundup
There's hope that Barack Obama could be the president to finally bring logic to food safety by creating a single food agency, but, dare we say it, he has some bigger fish to fry first.
[The New York Times]
There's not much left of Six Point's Hop Obama ale for Inauguration celebrating, so domestic sparkling wines might be your best bet.
[NY Daily News, WSJ]
Representatives from the two Japanese restaurants that paid $104,800 for a 128 kilogram bluefin tuna last week, the highest price for a bluefin in eight years, were a bit meh when they tasted the fish.
King Nut Companies have issued a total recall of its peanut butter after a salmonella outbreak that has so far infected 399 people in 42 states.