The deposed dictator is on a hunger strike of sorts as he sits in an Egyptian cell.
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Plus: Miami gets a food truck for pets; and deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak refuses to eat solid food, all in our morning news roundup.
A battle over bottling brews in Libya, while John Sedlar's latest restaurant gets a positive nod from The L.A. Times.
Campbell’s Soup Co. Named Second Best Corporate Citizen in US; Bernanke Says Rising Food Costs Are Not the Fed's Fault
Plus: Gaddafi's sons duked out over a Coca-Cola plant; and paprika, duck fat and homemade sodas are really having a moment, all in our morning news roundup.
The pop singer opines on the finer curries in life.
Vetri-Starr Projects on North Broad Will Create Hundreds of New Jobs; Camden and Campbell Soup Get the Go-Ahead to Raze Sears Facility
Plus: There's some speculation that rising food costs brought about uprisings in Egypt; and competitive eating champion offers advice on stuffing your face, all in our morning news roundup.
"Kentucky meals" are falsely rumored to be fueling the revolt in Cairo.
The cookie company divides itself in two, while continuing protests in Egypt have people stocking up.
Cinnaminson’s Acme Is Another Casualty of the Grocery War; As Protests Rage, Egyptians Begin Stockpiling Food
Plus: Believe it or not, Rachel Zoe does eat; and rising food costs in India force citizens to cut discretionary spending, all in our morning news roundup.
How much does a hired hand at a midtown lunch cart make per week?