No Hooves for Jamon Iberico

Following a USDA ruling, all Spanish Iberico hams must now come into the country with their telltale black hooves removed, meaning that the already expensive ham will cost twice as much.
[Serious Eats]

A UK-based aviation research organization says airline food has improved over the last five years. This man would disagree.
[CNN]

The Chinese firm at the center of the milk scandal has declared bankruptcy.
[BBC News]

Americans are always on the hunt for low cal sweeteners, and food makers continue to provide new options.
[WSJ]


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