Food News, Week of October 2 -- Maine's Toxic Seafood

October 07, 2016
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The Department of Marine Resources in Maine posted a call to cease harvesting shellfish until further notice. No coastline-harvested clams and mussels should be consumed, due to a dangerously high level of domoic acid in coastal algae.

World food prices surged in September due to the rising cost of sugar, although prices weren’t as high as the peak years of 2011 and 2012.

Booze-flavored ice cream is nothing new, but Tipsy Scoop will actually get you drunk.

Hello Kitty Wine is having its moment, with restaurants in the U.S. starting to put it on their menus.  Someone, please try a glass (so we don’t have to) and report back.

The iconic Carnegie Deli in Manhattan – along with their 80-year tradition of serving corned beef & pastrami stacked impossibly tall between two pieces of rye – is closing at the end of 2016.

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