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Recovery programs seek to solve the problem of food waste — and insecurity — in Wisconsin

Driving a university-owned truck, Morgan Barlin drives the campus and stops at three dining halls on a spring afternoon. At each stop, Barlin is met by kitchen staff who serve her various leftover foods, from sweet potatoes to breakfast omelettes. These foods, which would otherwise have been discarded, will be redistributed to the students at …

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Groups seek president’s attention to food safety in upcoming farm bill

This is an excerpt from a letter a coalition of 150 groups sent to President Biden earlier this month. The subject of the letter was the upcoming negotiations on Farm Bill, which includes many topics. This is the food safety discourse section. Every five years, Congress re-authorizes the Farm Act, a broad-based piece of legislation …

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SIU researchers seek invasive copi as baby food for farm-raised yellow perch

Southern Illinois University Carbondale researchers are trying to find better ways to hatch and raise yellow chicks successfully while creating a new feed that uses invasive copi as a protein source. From left Michel Wogno, Associate Scientist, Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquaculture. Giovanni Molinari, graduate student; Carolina Kwasek, Assistant Professor, College of Biological Sciences; …

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UK students seek second jobs and food banks after inflation jumps. Some students ‘can’t even travel to their university library’

Students in the UK face working multiple jobs and even visiting food banks in the next academic year as rising inflation erodes the value of loans and grants. A fifth of students say they will have to take two jobs when universities start again from September, according to a survey of 1,500 students by career …

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Administrators seek to realize assets as online drinks retailer slumps

Fri 10 June 2022 | ADMINISTRATION The administrators will seek to spin off the businesses and assets of the Spirit.Ed Group online beverage retail and wholesale after its collapse. The company, formerly 31Dover, collapsed following a difficult trading period and a failed process to raise new funds. Smith & Williamson’s Colin Hardman and Clare Lloyd …

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