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January 12, 2015 at 8:00 am

Food News Fast – January 12, 2014

Craft breweries are making so many new beers that they’re running out of names – and it’s getting them into legal trouble.
[NPR]

Bill Gates tested a machine that turns human waste into drinking water.
[Foodbeast]

There’s a Hello Kitty themed farm in Hong Kong.
[Modern Farmer]

Traffic light food labels may nudge people into eating better.
[Civil Eats]

Just like people, fish brought out of water too quickly can get the bends – but maybe not for long.
[NPR]

Californian activists were the first charged under Utah’s ag-gag laws.
[Salt Lake Tribune]

Credit: Andrew Fogg

Credit: Andrew Fogg

Australian wineries are using sunblock to protect their grapes.
[BBC]

California’s ban on foie gras was overturned.
[AP]

Though chefs understand the conservation issues, they just can’t stop serving bluefin tuna.
[NPR]

Hard cider is making some serious cash.
[Five Thirty Eight]

Eating avocados can help lower cholesterol, new study finds.
[NPR]

-Tove K. Danovich