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· September, 2008

Stories about Food from September, 2008

Lebanon: Hommus and Tabbouli

China: PR-ing Poisonous Milk

Bangladesh: Five layered tea

Tajikistan: Real number of people in trouble

Bahamas: Culture of Agriculture

Ethiopia: Food aid as a weapon of war

India: Ramadan in Kolkata

Ripples of the China Milk Scandal in Africa

In China, an estimated 13,000 children have fallen ill since the tainted milk scandal broke. Chinese influence has grown in Africa in recent years, as have imports of all kinds...

Bahrain: Mystery of the bowls

Mexico: Memories of Tijuana

China: Best for enterprises lacking conscience just to die

Russia: Sakhalin Salmon

China: Infant Formula Scandal Highlights Decline in Breastfeeding

Health authorities in China reported this week that nearly 53,000 children have become sick after consuming tainted infant formula. As the effects of these contaminated dairy products become more widespread,...

Madagascar: All along the street

Madagascar: All along the street

Senegal: Would you mind fasting with us?

Japan: Manga teaches children danger of fast food

Barbados: Food Security

China: Chinese Websites Trapped In Milk Powder Gate

Ukraine, Russia: Kvas

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