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Top stories from the week in food sustainability:

Amazon to Buy Whole Foods in $13.4 Billion Deal (NYT)

Wearables Reveal the Secret Lives of Farm Animals (Wired)

How Denver Became the Fast-Casual Restaurant Capital of the World (Westword)

Inside the Grain Revolution and the Future of Bread (Food Tank)

Why Can’t America Solve the Hunger Problem? (CityLab)

Why the Best Restaurants Are Obsessed with Knowing Their Guests (Medium, Ben Leventhal, Resy)

Whole Foods’ “Slump” Is Not a Failure of Conscious Capitalism (NewCo Shift)

Pirate Joe’s, Maverick Distributor of Trader Joe’s Products, Shuts Down (NYT)

Things are getting pretty tough for traditional supermarkets (Business Insider)

‘Food revolution’: megabrands turn to small start-ups for big ideas (Daily Mail UK)

These Food Computers Use AI To Make “Climate Recipes” For The Best-Tasting Crops (Fast Company)

What Does Obama Think about Food Tech? (Medium, Louisa Burwood-Taylor)

Land O’Lakes launching a dairy-startup bootcamp (but not for butter) (Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal)

Cook County reversal: Soda tax won’t apply to food stamp purchases after all (Chicago Tribune)

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