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Casa Iberica opens in Alphington - Good Food

Casa Iberica opens in Alphington - Good Food | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
Casa Iberica opens in Alphington Good Food But it's here that Paulo and Mericia Da Silva have opened an offshoot of Johnston Street food store Casa Iberica, which has been supplying Melburnians with Spanish, Portuguese and South American...
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Talk on future of food supplies - This is Bristol

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Talk on future of food supplies
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EXPERTS will line up for a special talk on the future of food supplies in Bristol and the world tonight. An Evening of Fast Food is taking place at the Arnolfini as part of Big Green Week.
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FOOD TRUCKS: Festival spotlights effort to change regulations - Press-Enterprise (blog)

FOOD TRUCKS: Festival spotlights effort to change regulations - Press-Enterprise (blog) | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
Press-Enterprise (blog) FOOD TRUCKS: Festival spotlights effort to change regulations Press-Enterprise (blog) Timothy Guy, one half of the PE's gastronomically adventurous “Food Guys” duo, blogged about the variety of food trucks scheduled to...
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World's best baristas rate Melbourne's coffee - Good Food

World's best baristas rate Melbourne's coffee - Good Food | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
Good Food World's best baristas rate Melbourne's coffee Good Food ''When you talk about cities for drinking coffee,'' says Stephen Leighton of Has Bean coffee in Stafford, England, ''people talk about Portland, people talk about London, people talk...
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Food security: why our insatiable appetites must change - The Information Daily

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Food security: why our insatiable appetites must change
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There are two major contributing factors linked to the potential for a lack of future food supplies: population growth and climate change.
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Futurity.org – Sleepy teens make bad food choices

Futurity.org – Sleepy teens make bad food choices | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
Teens who reported sleeping fewer than seven hours per night—18 percent of respondents—were more likely to consume fast food two or more times per week and less likely to eat healthful food such as fruits and vegetables ...
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HEADS UP: "Food Cart Fest" Successful In First Run, Ready To Go Again This Sunday

HEADS UP: "Food Cart Fest" Successful In First Run, Ready To Go Again This Sunday | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
by Andrew Morrison | This past Sunday saw the first reincarnation of Food Cart Fest in its new location. It was awesome, though there is with room for improvement. I'd love to see more seats, for e...
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Temporary Urban Coffee Farm Grows & Sells Bean Brew | WebUrbanist

Temporary Urban Coffee Farm Grows & Sells Bean Brew | WebUrbanist | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
A vibrant urban coffee farm and cafe made of pallets and shipping containers temporarily inhabits downtown Melbourne for the city's 2013 Food and Wine Festival.

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Culture Clash: Italian Chefs and Society | Parla Food

Culture Clash: Italian Chefs and Society | Parla Food | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
Italy's top chefs convened at Eataly in Rome today to discuss their role in contemporary Italian food culture.
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Food entrepreneur's support for independence | Scottish National Party

Food entrepreneur's support for independence | Scottish National Party | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it

Support for independence at the referendum in September 2014 by one of Scotland’s leading food entrepreneurs has today (Thursday) been welcomed by the SNP.


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A guide to Melbourne's best pizza - Good Food

A guide to Melbourne's best pizza - Good Food | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
A guide to Melbourne's best pizza
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Melbourne's pizza-wheel of evolution keeps on turning, but is it turning backwards? Back to before prawns, peas and wagyu ever saw a pizza base. Even back to before electricity?
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Shut Up About China Food Scares Already, BenLai is Changing It Up

Shut Up About China Food Scares Already, BenLai is Changing It Up | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
BenLai.com wants to be China’s top provider of quality groceries delivered right to your doorstep.
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The True Deservers of a Food Prize - New York Times (blog)

The True Deservers of a Food Prize - New York Times (blog) | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
The True Deservers of a Food Prize New York Times (blog) If Secretary of State John Kerry's G.M.O.-boosting speech announcing the World Food Prize at the State Department last week is any indication of his ability to parse complicated issues, he...
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Putting the Culture Back in Agriculture: Reviving Native Food and Farming Traditions

Putting the Culture Back in Agriculture: Reviving Native Food and Farming Traditions | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
Toward Freedom, a progressive perspective on world events

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Roof ripe for the picking

Roof ripe for the picking | City Camp - Food | Scoop.it
An innovative pair's vegie vision has well and truly taken root at Federation Square. (Really love this project! would love to see ore of Melbourne city turning green!

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