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Dietary Supplements: Friday, February 11

Dietary Supplements is a daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Today, we have a dose of Chinese Vitamin C and some animal "plagues."


If you're in New York City on Saturday, join the Cross-Species Adventure Club for a series of workshops and a delicious dinner to explore future, climate-changed food systems.

Wherever you're located, take a look at Communal Table, another great independent food publication you should be reading.


Is the stagnation of technological innovation in the kitchen an economic indicator? Yes, no, and maybe so.

Fifty percent of the garlic and close to 100 percent of the Vitamin C (as a stand-alone supplement and as an ingredient) consumed in United States is imported from China.

What do eating sauerkraut and eating bananas have in common? Both can set off false positives in alcohol tests.

A new report ties the rise of concentrated livestock farming to a boom in both human and animal "plagues," threatening both food security and global health.

Today's image comes via Edible Geography and shows New York City mapped according each neighborhood's dominant fried chicken style and signage.

Dietary Supplements is a daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!


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