Today’s quick hits, Sept. 6, 2022

Bayer rejects ‘global’ Roundup settlement: Bayer AG is rejecting a proposed “global resolution plan” put forward by plaintiffs’ lawyers as a last chance to try to settle tens of thousands of pending Roundup cancer claims before a wave of new trials get underway, newly filed court documents show. (Unspun)

Biden’s climate adviser headed out: Gina McCarthy, President Biden’s top climate adviser, will leave her job on Sept. 16, just weeks after the president signed a landmark climate bill to slow the pace of global warming. (New York Times)

Healthier school lunch: Following implementation of the 2010 Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, the percentage of fruits and vegetables supplied by the USDA to schools rose sharply, while cheese, poultry and red meat declined. (USDA ERS)

Walmart’s beef stake: Walmart’s recent deal for a minority stake in Sustainable Beef — a rancher-owned beef processor based in North Platte, Nebraska — helps the retail giant lock in a source for beef amid tighter meat supplies and high boxed-beef prices. (DTN)

Really hot food trucks: With the heat dome bearing down on California, workers in food trucks face extreme risks: “If it’s 100 degrees outside, then inside the truck it’ll be about 115 degrees,” said Maricruz Solano, who works on a truck in south Los Angeles. (LAist)