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Watch Whole Foods Apologize for Overcharging Their Customers — Grocery News

Whole Foods was just slapped with massive fines by New York City, whose inspectors found rampant mislabeling and incorrect weights on many pre-packaged products, such as fruit and deli items. Now executives are apologizing right to you, the customer ... and insisting that all errors were accidental. Watch the video for yourself right here.


Why Is Everyone So Upset About This Pea Guacamole Recipe? — Food News

Yesterday The New York Times innocently Tweeted out a call to action about adding peas to your guacamole. It linked to a recipe that was created by three-star Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

The response was pure outrage. Even President Obama had something to say about this controversy. Why?


You Can Now Buy Julia Child’s Georgetown Home — Food News

Food lovers, now is your chance to own a piece of culinary history. The house once owned by Julia Child in Georgetown recently went up for sale for $1.1 million.


How Do You Feel About Restaurants Clearing Plates Before Everyone’s Done Eating? — Food News

Turns out I'm not the only one who's noticed that many restaurants are now clearing plates before everyone at the table is done eating.


Hate Cilantro? Blame Your Genes — Food News

Cilantro might be one of the most controversial herbs out there. For a certain percentage of the population (estimated to be somewhere between four and 14 percent), the leafy green makes everything it touches taste like soap.

Why does it affect some people and not others? Turns out it's genetic.


A Macro View of Food Additives — Food News

Ever wondered what lycopene, azodicarbonamide, shellac, and maltodextrin look like up close and personal?

Well, now you don't have to. A science writer and a photographer have teamed up to bring us an in-depth look at common food additives.


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