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That $6 Bottle of Asparagus Water at Whole Foods Was a Mistake — Grocery News

Thankfully, "asparagus water" isn't really a thing.

Whole Foods was in the news again this week after a food editor in Los Angeles spotted these bottles of asparagus water — plastic bottles with three spears and plain old water — in her local store.

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Kraft Single Cheese Slices Can Pose a Choking Hazard — Food News

Kraft has issued a huge recall for their three- to four-pound packages of individually wrapped American and white American prepared cheese slices. Apparently these slices might have a thin strip of the plastic wrapping that can still stick to the slice after the wrapping is taken off.

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Americans Are Using More Coffee Beans, and Your Cold Brew Habit Is to Blame — Food News

Don't worry — we are not facing a coffee bean shortage. Thus far, growers have been able to keep up with the increased demand for coffee beans. But the past few summers have seen a meteoric rise in demand for cold brew coffee — both at cafes and bottled in grocery and convenience stores.

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Soylent 2.0 Now Comes in a Fancy New Bottle, Is Made of Algea — Food News

The company behind Soylent, the meal-replacement for busy people who don't have time to eat, has come out with an updated version of their product: Soylent 2.0.

With the new updates in mind, is this something you think you could ever drink? Er — I mean, eat?

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The Japanese Are Sending Whisky to Space, but They Won’t Be Drinking It — Food News

Before you get upset at the waste of whisky, know that this mission is all in the name of science.

Japanese whisky maker Suntory is sending two of their whiskies into orbit to determine how it ages in space. They'll send a 21-year single-malt and one that has just been distilled to compare the effects.

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The Japanese Are Sending Whisky to Space, but They Won’t Be Drinking It — Food News

Before you get upset at the waste of whisky, know that this mission is all in the name of science.

Japanese whisky maker Suntory is sending two of their whiskies into orbit to determine how it ages in space. They'll send a 21-year single-malt and one that has just been distilled to compare the effects.

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