n Words of the week: “megashed” and “foodshed.” The former, believed to have been coined very recently in the U.K., is a very large distribution center or warehouse. Derived from “watershed,” a foodshed is the area from which a community gets its food supply. According to foodroutes.org, the modern U.S. foodshed is the entire world, since so much of what reaches our dinner table is imported from distant lands.

Baby chicks get out of their eggs by using:

A) The top of their heads

B) Their feet

C) Air pressure

D) Temporary teeth

Friday’s answer: When Disney’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” first came out in the 1930s, Grumpy was the best-selling dwarf doll.

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