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Controversy Hits South Pas Farmers Market; Ready Pac Recalls 4,200 Bags of Spinach

• Price increases for South Pasadena farmers market vendors are being contested. [L.A. Times]

• A decision to name new concession contracts to LAX was delayed yesterday, with more meetings expected through the next two months. [Daily Breeze]

• Roy’s chef Roy Yamaguchi says food trucks have been popular for decades in Hawaii. [LAist]

• Ready-Pac Foods is recalling over 4,200 bags of spinach after E. coli was discovered in a test sample. [MSNBC]

• A U.S. photographer who traveled to Nicaragua to film a documentary claims he was secretly working for a law firm that was suing Dole Foods. [Ap/Google News]

• Nerses Galstyan is pleading not guilty to the murder of four people at North Hollywood’s Hot SPot restaurant. [My Fox LA]

• The country’s best locavore restaurants practice hypocrisy when it comes to their wine lists, since they ignore American wines for European bottles. [Daily Beast]

• Marseille is poised to become France’s next great food city. [T Magazine/NYT]

• More travelers are going on “kitchen vacations,” culinary-themed getaways that range from chef demonstrations to all-day cooking classes. [USAT]

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