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  • Farmers Market: Fall Fiesta has post-season plum taste in Brentwood

    Farmers Market: Fall Fiesta has post-season plum taste in Brentwood
    The decade-old Brentwood farmers market is the largest of the 20 venues run by the Raw Inspiration group, stretching for almost a quarter mile down Gretna Green Way from San Vicente Boulevard to Montana Avenue. It’s a flourishing event with a...
  • Cockroach farms multiplying in China

    Cockroach farms multiplying in China
    JINAN, China — This squat concrete building was once a chicken coop, but now it's part of a farm with an entirely different kind of livestock — millions of cockroaches. Inside, squirming masses of the reddish-brown insects dart between...
  • Costco extends recall of chicken linked to salmonella outbreak

    Costco extends recall of chicken linked to salmonella outbreak
    Costco extended a recall of rotisserie chicken products Thursday from a South San Francisco store because of an outbreak of salmonella that has sickened at least 317 people nationwide. The recall targets 13,455 units of Kirkland Signature Foster Farms...
  • Keeping salmonella out of chicken

     Keeping salmonella out of chicken
    Sweden has virtually eliminated salmonella in store-bought chicken, even though poultry there is industrially produced, just like in the United States. And even in this country, a 2010 Consumers Union study found no salmonella in the organic store-brand...
  • Central California dairy milks a wedding trend

    Central California dairy milks a wedding trend
    STEVINSON, Calif. —  A leggy bridesmaid smoothed her Grecian-pleated dress and stuffed lipstick and two cigars into her cowboy boots.  Over by the horses, the best man slipped a flask out of his vest and offered a mare a sip. The preacher was...
  • House OKs bill that would limit California's egg law

    House OKs bill that would limit California's egg law
    WASHINGTON — The cluck may be running out on California’s egg law. The House on Thursday approved a bill that would prevent California from requiring that eggs imported into the state be produced under standards ensuring that hens can spread...
  • All-star farm dinner at Weiser's in Tehachapi, a benefit for Alex's Lemonade

    All-star farm dinner at Weiser's in Tehachapi, a benefit for Alex's Lemonade
    Weiser Family Farms is famous at L.A. farmers markets for its purple Brussels sprouts, Ogen melons and Russian Banana fingerling potatoes. And many shoppers might be curious about what it's like at the farm in Tehachapi. Well, Weiser Family Farms will...
  • Russian leech farm supplies doctors who trust an ancient therapy

    Russian leech farm supplies doctors who trust an ancient therapy
    UDELNAYA, Russia — Yelena Titova shakes a jar holding a few dozen leeches writhing in slightly murky water. When one of them sinks to the bottom, motionless, she plunges her hand in and retrieves the late bloodsucker. She doesn't mind when the...
  • Santa Barbara wine: Put these wines on your list to try

    Santa Barbara wine: Put these wines on your list to try
    On a beautiful day in Santa Barbara last Saturday, wine enthusiasts were able to taste unreleased wines from a collection of Santa Barbara County's top vineyards. The Santa Barbara County Wine Futures Tasting was held at the courtyard in front of Les...
  • Alex Weiser of Weiser Family Farms has deep local roots

    Alex Weiser of Weiser Family Farms has deep local roots
    The gig: Alex Weiser, 49, of Weiser Family Farms grows some of the Southland's most sought-after fruits and vegetables on three farms in Kern and San Bernardino counties. Weiser potatoes can be found on the vaunted Providence restaurant menu in Hollywood....
  • Cashing in on Uncle Sam's sweet tooth

     Cashing in on Uncle Sam's sweet tooth
    Federal efforts to protect growers of sugar beets and sugar cane epitomize everything that's wrong with U.S. farm programs. At times they've artificially raised the price of sugar, costing consumers billions of dollars; at other times they've stuck...