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A roundup of recent food news

March 7, 2012

A few tidbits we’ve seen in and around the news lately:

Food trucks aren’t just for street food anymore — they’re starting to pop up at weddings, too.

We’ve heard a lot about the Obama family’s love of cooking, but what about other presidential candidates? The Washington Post explores Mitt Romney’s culinary heritage.

More on the topic of the toxicity of sugar: Mark Bittman joins the call for government to regulate empty calories.

Homemade artisanal foods might be getting a boost, at least in California: If passed, a new bill would legalize the sale of foods produced in home kitchens.

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