Food News, Week of July 10: Organic Biz, NYC's Four Seasons, and a Catfish Recall

July 15, 2016
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Great news for organic farmers (and we, who eat their crops)! Organic produce continues to be profitable for mainstream retailers. The Organic Trade Association reports that organics account for $5.5 billion in sales, which is a 16.4% increase over 2015.

Talk about multi-tasking. This coffee maker also grows fresh mushrooms.

The Basque Culinary World Prize went to Venezuelan chef María Fernanda Di Giacobbe for her work in “building an ecosystem of education, entrepreneurship, research and development” with cacao opportunities for women.

The iconic Four Seasons restaurant in New York City closed its door after 57 years.

Food recall alert! More than 21,000 pounds of frozen, farm-raised catfish from Haring Catfish Inc. of Wisner, LA, has been recalled. The fish was distributed to stores, restaurants, and hotels in Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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