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Posted Jul 28, 2015 @ 11:31 AM
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With a 4,000 year history and the nickname “Food of the Gods,” lassi comes well recommended. Though popular across India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan, the world’s first yogurt-based smoothie is less known across the United States.   
Posted Jul 27, 2015 @ 7:01 PM
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MUSKEGON, MI - The Muskegon Farmer's market and Michigan program called Double Up Food Bucks have helped local farmer sell an estimated half a million dollars' worth of fresh, locally-grown produce since 2012.   Double Up Food Bucks, a program of the Ann-Arbor-based Fair Food Network, gives privately-donated matching dollars to food stamps recipients when they buy locally-grown fresh produce at farmers markets and some grocery stores.  
Posted Jul 27, 2015 @ 6:50 PM
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LEOMINSTER -- A Tewksbury man recently announced that he's moving the headquarters of his yogurt-making startup from Vermont to Leominster.   Jaidesh "J.D." Sethi said he moved the operations of DAHlicious, LLC, off a farm -- where he had direct access to his core supplier, cows -- in order to be closer to a larger and more skilled labor pool.   "Stuff breaks down and you need machine shops, you need mechanics," he said. "These things are not available in Vermont."