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.

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

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.

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.

California’s ban on foie gras was overturned.

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

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

Eating avocados can help lower cholesterol, new study finds.

-Tove K. Danovich