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Media Mix: Apple Juice's Downfall; Humane Foie Gras; and Construction Sites' Urban Farms

Media Mix: Apple Juice's Downfall; Humane Foie Gras; and Construction Sites' Urban Farms


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Media Mix

The Daily Byte brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Another Reason to Avoid Apple Juice: In addition to the latest news citing dangerous arsenic levels in apple juice, the fruit drink is also getting hit for having too much sugar. [USA Today]

Urban Farms Pop Up in Building Lots: Real estate developers have been filling stalled construction sites with urban farms and stores. In New York's Chinatown, a farm manager is growing spinach, carrots, and beets out of milk crates. [AP]

The Man Behind Batali: Producer and director Charles Pinsky, who has worked with Mario Batali, Jacques Pépin, and Gwyneth Paltrow, reveals his method to finding stories. He sends them to a group of 20 people and has them vote. Oh, and he cried "when José Andrés took the seeds out of a tomato." [WSJ]

Dan Barber on Finding Humane Foie Gras: In "This American Life's" annual Poultry Slam, Dan Barber of Blue Hill Farm discovers a way to make foie gras without force-feeding the geese. Turns out, geese will gorge themselves naturally come winter, but only if they truly believe they are free. [NPR]

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