USDA Awards Grant Money to Local Farmers Markets Groups; Margarine Ban’s Repeal Churns Up Controversy in Wisconsin

The USDAs Farmers Market Promotion Program has awarded organizations Greensgrow Philadelphia Project, Share Food Program and People for People Incorporated with grant money ranging from $40,000 to $90,000 to help them bring locally grown goods to underserved areas. [KYW Newsradio]

Achieving a sustainable meat supply might mean everyone would have to learn to love tripe. [Word of Mouth/Guardian UK]

Did you know Wisconsin bans margarine? Well, it does, and talk of repealing the ban has churned up debate. [USAT]

LivingSocial will launch "exclusive food events" like restaurant meals and farm visits. Since no one else is doing this already? [Fox News]