How a San Francisco law aimed at healthier fast food failed (The Numbers/The Wall Street Journal) The Healthy Food Incentives Ordinance, or “toy ordinance,” intended to improve the nutritional value of quick-service kids' meals. —Marcella Veneziale More E. coli cases confirmed in Minnesota (Fox Twin Cities) Two more cases of E. coli O111 have been confirmed in Minnesota, bringing the state’s total number of cases to 15 in a food-borne illness outbreak that ...

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