Food News, Week of July 3: Peak Fish, Recipe Tweets, and a Kale-Eating Competition

July 08, 2016
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Is “peak fish“ just around the corner? The Food and Agriculture Organization (of the UN), in their State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture Report, says that even though aquaculture now accounts for 50% of all the fish we eat, about 90% of the ocean’s supply is overfished. 

Quick and easy recipes just got quicker and easier thanks to Twitter. This week, Food52’s #140characterrecipes hashtag started to go viral and foodies everywhere jumped on the bandwagon (including Edible).

Your morning Sbux is going to cost you a few more dimes. Blame the stock market. Coffee futures are up more than 11% this year.

Congress took an historic step by passing the Global Food Security Act, an important piece of bipartisan legislation that reaffirms the United States’ commitment to ending global hunger, poverty and child malnutrition.” – National Security Advisor, Susan Rice. Read her whole statement, here.

Eating competitions usually include pies or hot dogs, but this contest might just be a first: kale! How much kale could you eat in 8 minutes? And when does that stop being good for you?

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