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Twitter app can detect campylobacter, and other food news bites

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• There's a new app that ferrets out tweets about food poisoning, according to the Tribune.

• Eating the World investigates the South African barbecue known as braai.

• The city claims food deserts are shrinking, reports the Sun-Times.

Crain's lays out the start-up costs for food trucks.

• Friend of the Food Chain Alan Lake has launched a crowd-funding campaign to support the publication of the book The Garlic Manifesto.
Alan Lake - The Garlic Manifesto from Alan Lake on Vimeo.

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