Pyttipanna (Links for the Week of August 18, 2019)

Image: Boston Public Library

Pyttipanna: Swedish for “small pieces in a pan.”

  • Areas with lots of nearby fast-food restaurants are coronary clusters, a recent study has found
  • Containers at your favorite eco-conscious eateries may be loading your body with “forever chemicals”
  • One tech start-up’s quest for the “ideal protein
  • Edulous Tyrannos: Toxic masculinity and class resentment at one high school cafeteria in the heart of hedge fund country
  • Inhabitants of a Bronze Age English settlement had a bad case of worms, archaelogists have discovered
  • A NZ scientist boils down findings of the IPCC’s recent report on coming global food insecurity in 29 haiku
  • Forced labor at Malaysian palm oil producer brings negative scrutiny to major brand junk food maker clients
  • Finnish company set to market NASA-inspired wheat-like protein made from water, carbon dioxide, and electricity
  • Over a third of Americans skimp on groceries in order to swing rent or mortgage, new Freddie Mac survey reveals
  • Brazilian prez’s recommendation for halting climate change? Pooping every other day

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