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In honor of Black History Month, Target is featuring clothing items created by Black business-owners and designers, including items made with a significant percentage of cotton grown on Black-owned family farms. Only 1.4% of US farm owners are Black. That disproportionately small community represents families who managed to overcome historic racial barriers in order to
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Topline The global use of antibiotics and other antimicrobial drugs in animals will rise by the end of the decade, according to research published Wednesday in PLOS Global Public Health, a move that could help render the lifesaving drugs useless and accelerate the spread of hard-to-treat, resistant superbugs. Key Facts Some 107,500 tons of antimicrobial
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Los Angeles isn’t just an elite city for sunshine and surf. It’s also a premiere dining destination. In fact, some would even dare call it the premiere dining destination in all the land—including a source as well-traveled as Phil Rosenthal. The star of the Netflix show Somebody Feed Phil told me during a recent interview
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Corporate consolidation in our food system is going on without most of us knowing. Massive companies are controlling a greater and greater proportion of food production. And at a time when we urgently need to be taking steps forward in protecting our climate, biodiversity, and workers, this sort of industrialization is actively pushing us backward.
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As a kid growing up in Manila I was always given a mixture of hot water, honey, and lemon whenever I felt marginally under the weather—a non-alcoholic toddy, if you will. And while it didn’t always “cure” whatever ailed me, it certainly eased some discomfort and made things a tad more tolerable. (After all, the
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Yelp, the company that connects people with great local businesses, today announced its 10th annual Top 100 Places to Eat list, celebrating must-visit restaurants in communities across the United States. Each year, Yelp analyzes the millions of reviews on its platform and considers suggestions from users to name the best local eateries, including food trucks,
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Earlier this month, I quizzed top bartenders on trends they expected to come to play in 2023. There were AI bartenders and batched beverages, healthier drinking and the rise of rum. But one of the biggest trends? The continued influx of non-alcoholic products. “I definitely feel like spirit-free and low-ABV cocktails will continue to pick
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Guy Fieri will pop up stadium-side this Superbowl Sunday, hosting the largest free culinary event in football history: the Flavortown tailgate. Part food festival, part music festival, the 10,000-person Tailgate will feature Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives restaurant pop-ups, local Phoenix greats, tons of bars, tailgate fun, and much more. “Everybody knows that I love football
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