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Hundreds of public housing residents are becoming food entrepreneurs thanks to Food Business Pathways, a free 10-week program that offers food-loving New York City Housing Authority residents customized business training and resources. New York City Housing Authority hide caption

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention traced an ongoing E. coli outbreak to the Central Coastal region of California. If you're sure your lettuce was grown elsewhere, you can eat it. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Different apples need different controlled storage environments. For example, Honeycrisps are sensitive to low temperatures so you can't put them in cold environments right after they've been harvested. And Fujis can't take high carbon dioxide levels. Getty Images/Westend61 hide caption

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Erick Castro photographs his vegan fried-oyster-mushroom po'boy outside of a Whole Foods in Brooklyn. The sandwich is made by local vegan food business Chickpea and Olive and sold inside Whole Foods. Mary Mathis/NPR hide caption

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Finding, Then Killing, America's Best Burger Joint

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced a ban on junk food advertisements across the city's transportation network on Friday. The new rules will take effect on Feb. 25, 2019. Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Atlanta Falcons Cut The Prices For Their Stadium Food, But Is It Working Out?

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Remembering Dorcas Reilly, Inventor Of The Classic Green-Bean Casserole

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Sirota shows off a wheel of cheese with Vladimir Putin's name. He's been saving it especially for the Russian president, but so far has had no luck delivering it. Lucian Kim/NPR hide caption

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In Russia, A Dairy Owner Dreams Of Delivering Cheese To Vladimir Putin

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Investigators who are trying to track down the source of E. coli in romaine lettuce have seen this before. They're tracking the exact strain of bacteria that caused a small outbreak a year ago. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Investigators Tracking Latest Romaine Lettuce Outbreak Are Feeling Some Deja Vu

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Investigators Work To Track Down Source Of Romaine Lettuce Contamination

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