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Thursday, March 18, 2010

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Kraft to cut sodium in their processed foods by 10 percent. It's still not enough. (Los Angeles Times)

Michelle Obama takes her childhood obesity battle to the Grocery Manufacturers Association. Food scientist Marion Nestle summarizes the speech, given to an organization based on the foods Obama's targeting. (The Daily Green)

iCheese: Have you ever wanted to make a sculpture of Apple guru Steve Jobs from cheese? Here's how. No, there isn't an app for that. (

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