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Monday July 29th, 2019 day edition

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A gunman has opened fire at Gilroy Garlic Festival south of San Jose in California, killing three people and injuring more than a dozen others, local officials say.

The attack happened at about 5:40 p.m. on Sunday when officers were called for an active shooter at Christmas Hill Park in Gilroy, where the annual event was taking place.

Gilroy Police Chief Scot Smithee said at a late night briefing that officers were in the area when the gunman opened fire.

Founded in 1979, the Gilroy Garlic Festival is one of the largest food festivals in the U.S., providing three days of food, drinks, live entertainment and cooking competitions.

One of those killed in the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting has been identified as 6-year-old Steven Romero – NBC Bay Area — BNO News (@BNONews) July 29, 2019.

#BREAKING: Video shows moment gunman opens fire on Gilroy garlic festival Sunday evening; 4 people killed (including suspected gunman), 15 others injured.

[Warning: Potentially-distressing footage] #GilroyGarlicFestival #GilroyActiveshooter — California Brief (@CaliforniaBrief) July 29, 2019. yo somebody was shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. »

America’s packaged food supply is ultra-processed

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“And the verdict is they can and should be doing a whole lot better.”.

They are derived from hydrogenated fats and modified starch, and are synthesized in laboratories.

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Serving frozen food without telling customers is fraud, rules top Italian court

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The country's legal system is now cracking down on this, with hefty fines issued to restaurants which serve frozen food to unsuspecting customers.

While serving frozen food in itself is allowed, neglecting to label it on menus as such amounts to fraud and can lead to fines or even jail sentences for guilty restaurateurs.

Monday's case related to a Milan eatery which was fined €200 for failing to inform customers that the food served wasn't fresh. »