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Top stories from the week in food sustainability:

What Amazon’s Purchase of Whole Foods Really Means (New Yorker)

Trump’s Crackdown on Immigration Is Terrible News for Anyone Who Eats Food (Mother Jones)

Animal Welfare Groups Have a New Tool: Virtual Reality (NYT)

First-of-its-kind law aims to help young farmers find their footing in Minnesota (StarTribune)

Why farmers are anxious about NAFTA (The Economist)

Coca-Cola has built a commercialization ‘Bridge’ to startups worldwide (TechCrunch)

How a 1950s Egg Farm Hatched the Modern Startup Incubator (Wired)

Blue Apron’s big post-IPO challenge: Making more money from existing customers (Recode)

Big Food Hungry for Meal Kits, Despite Blue Apron IPO Flop (NYT)

McDonalds Is Replacing 2,500 Human Cashiers With Digital Kiosks: Here Is Its Math (Zero Hedge)

Too Convenient? A Mobile Supermarket That Comes To You (NPR)

The Past and Future of Urban Grocery Shopping (City Lab)

LePage signs food sovereignty law, the first of its kind in the nation (Bangor Daily News)

Meal kit company Home Chef reviews options including sale: sources (Reuters)

Amazon/Whole Foods Deal Piques U.S. Interest in Ocado (NYT)

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