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With Blue Corn ‘Mexadelphians’ Provide Fair Wage and Fair Trade Opportunities in Mexico; Mark Bittman Pans the Government’s New Junk Food Guidelines
Plus: Amoroso drivers are leery of the company's new distribution plans; and low labor costs spur an investigation into Chipotle's employment practices, all in our morning news roundup.
California's favorite burger takes a beating while there's good news for bivalves in the Gulf.
The Gulf Spill forces a major chain to scrap some of its seafood offerings and LAist debunks a rarely used nickname for the city.
Plus Chef Boyardee's Pennsylvania home is up for auction, and bachelor and bachelorette parties are moving away from strippers, and towards sit-down meals, all in our morning news roundup.
An Ohio woman found what was apparently a dead rodent in her Chef Boyardee and shot video.
Sonja Morgan gets a book deal and the civet cat is prized for its poop.
Plus: Wine turning into the of choice for boys' night out, Pasta Bible has to be reprinted, and a "disgusting substance" found in Chef Boyardee can
Plus: Iceland's volcano hurts Kenyan farmers, and the world's most expensive coffee, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Iceland's volcano hurts Kenyan farmers, and Paris chefs do their own thing, all in our morning news roundup.
Two scandal-ridden ladies join forces to help others while a boutique butcher store comes to O.C. from New England.