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  • Food Trucks in The Park, a bi-monthly event, serves as the next step in growing Columbia's food truck scene, despite struggles in rights and regulations.

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  • Gun-toting youths watch over a street in a Rio de Janeiro slum hit hard by drug trafficking, but walk a bit further and this rough area also boasts the largest urban vegetable garden in Latin America.

  • A local food truck is thriving by bringing family recipes to life for customers.

  • ABC News' Eva Pilgrim hosts a roundtable with entrepreneur and author Candice Kumai and "The Korean Vegan" Joanne Lee Molinaro to discuss the deep-rooted connection between food and heritage.

  • The chemicals have been linked to numerous health problems, but the agency says it needs more informationPlastic bottles that have the recycling code "3" on them, including some used for cooking .

  • Daley Plaza is the place to be Friday with the return of the Chicago.

  • The world food price index collected for the last 60 years by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) hit its highest record in March, declining gently in April.

  • The operators of a local food truck are bringing new life to a long-empty building on a vacant corner lot in Orangevale, with plans to open a brewery and restaurant at the site.

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  • Food rations for refugees and displaced people are being cut by up to half in parts of the Sahel due to a massive funding shortfall with millions set to go hungry as prices rise and climate shocks hit .

  • Scientists just grew plants in soil from the Moon, but Antarctica has long provided researchers with the perfect place to test their agricultural techniques for a future in space.