Berries Prevent Cognitive Decline and More News
In today's Media Mix, White House crashers sued over wine tour, plus new bans due to mad cow find
The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world.
Berries Shown to Keep Brains Healthy: Good thing berries are in season — the fruit is shown to slow cognitive decline in women simply by eating it about two times per week. [TIME]
Food Is Getting More Expensive Worldwide: Oil costs, bad weather, and demand in Asia for imports have made food prices rise yet again, says the World Bank. [LA Times]
Indonesia Halts U.S. Beef Imports: In light of the recent discovery of mad cow disease in California, the country has suspended beef imports for now. [Huffington Post]
White House Crashers Sued Over Wine Tours: The Virginia attorney general filed charges against Tareq Salahi, claiming he cheated customers who purchased wine tours from him in northern Virgina and never gave the tours. [Businessweek]
Brewery Worker Killed by Exploding Keg: A 26-year-old was killed in the incident at Redhook Brewery in New Hampshire; officials say he was filling the kegs with pressurized air when the kegs exploded. [Boston Globe]
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